Cummins Creek

4.50 out of 5
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From the trailhead, you can either ride the trail to the top then back down, or you can ride the paved/gravel road about 5 miles to the upper T.H. then choose one of two alternate routes back to the car. The distance is such that you can ride the loop twice and do both routes. This road is located at the base of Cape Perpetua where you turn to go to the C.G. Follow it past the C.G. to a Y where you bear right. The pavement ends after a couple miles, and the T.H. is on the right at around the 5 mile mark. If you opt for the up and down route, take the fork to the right (the old trail) at around the 1.4 mile mark on the way up. And the other fork on the way down. The northernmost fork is rather technical.
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Trail Features
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Recent Trail Check-ins     (5 total check-ins)
  Tim Tovar   on Sep 29, 2018
  Joel.panttila   on Aug 15, 2015
  Hap Proctor   on Jun 29, 2015
  rebkamcb   on Mar 30, 2013
  rebkamcb   on Mar 29, 2013
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Granny Gear

August 3, 2017
WhipSnap Granny Gear  
Review: Good trail, at least for Oregon Coast standards. The climb up the middle mile of the loop is a bit rocky and steep but otherwise it is a fun trail.

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June 24, 2016
Review: My companion and I were spending the weekend in Yachats. Brought the bikes and took off on the Cummins Creek Trail. After riding for about 2 miles we noticed a sign that said, "Cummins Creek Loop". We took that and climbed, and climbed. We thought the loop would loop to the original trail. At some point it does. Possibly, we were going backwards. The sun was setting and we turned around. Back down the hills we climbed. Roots, rocks, jumps, tight turns all the way back to the main trail. Found out later the loop does connect to the main trail. Biking down the main trail was a blast. The trail is a gradual uphill.

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Bunny Hop

March 30, 2013
rebkamcb Bunny Hop  
Review: We loved this ride! We picked a beautiful blue skied March day of 70 degrees. A bit unusual this time of year for the Oregon coast. My son is a beginner and he did fine, especially on the right-hand side of the loop. It gets a bit steeper about 1 mile from the top but mostly a gradual slope making this a very enjoyable ride. Lots of beautiful green forest and wild flowers on the trail. Miniature waterfalls trickling from moss-laden rocks are lovely. Slow down so you don't miss it!

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March 7, 2012
MarcS Doubletrack  
Review: I parked at the TH, then rode back down to Hwy. 101, turned right and rode to Road 55, turned right and rode to the upper TH. The first time down I took the left fork in the woods. It's a little longer and a little tamer than the right fork. The second time I took the right fork. This is a technical challenge in some spots to be sure. Resist the temptation to ride the OCT along Hwy. 101. It's strictly off limits to bikes and dilligently enforced.

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Cummins Creek MTB Trail 4.50 out of 5 based on 4 ratings. 4 user reviews.
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