Level: Intermediate
Length: 13 mi (20.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +1,808/646 ft
Total: 68 riders
 

Mountain Biking Mrazek

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#181 of 302 mountain bike trails in Oregon
#8126 in the world

Accessed from Shevlin Park, this trail was created by bikers for bikers so is
a Good entertaining ride. The trail weaves non-stop until its connection
with Metolius-Windigo Trail or junctions to Tumalo falls. Mrazek ttrail
primarily runs through old clear cuts of various ages. Use this trail as the
beginning or end of a long loop with other rides in the Phils trail system
connected by the Metolius-Windigo connector.

First added by dauw on May 11, 2020. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
The trail begins at the far end of the Shevlin Park Loop Trail, which is located
west of Bend in Shevlin Park, off of Shevlin Park Road. Ride the single-track
southwest through Shevlin Park about 2.1 miles, to connect with Mrazek. You
can also connect to the trail along forest roads around Tumalo Falls and
Shevlin Park.
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  • dirkhall
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    Trail was riding well not too dusty as of last Friday. Technical rock section just out of shevlin park stimies me in a few places though fellow rider cleared all sections showing me how to..

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  • Roberto Riquelme
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    So fun because the first part is so difficult. Once you get past the rock gardens it's still uphill but so much nicer that you don't even notice that your climbing. The downhill is such a great reward, then you get back to that rocky section and if you make it through without setting a foot down you feel like you really accomplished something. Also, the change in vegetation and terrain is unbelievable. I really like this trail.

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