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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +724/ -693 ft
Total: 21 riders

Mountain Biking Wyeth/Trail #400

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#90 of 301 mountain bike trails in Oregon
#3,964 in the world

A narrow out-and-back singletrack that is a continuous gentle climb on the way out and a nice roll downhill on the way back. Dense tree canopy for the most part there are a few open sections that provide views of the Columbia River. Nothing too technical but some rocks, roots and small water crossings. A good place for a beginner work on stamina and climbing skills.

First added by Hap Proctor on Jul 12, 2015. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Exit # 51 (east or west) I-84. The Wyeth Campground is just off the end of the ramps (away from the river).
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  • Cattee13

    I would recommend parking at the Wyeth Trailhead & riding around to the campground. Follow the River up, & cross over the bridge to the first climb; it’s a quick/steep climb at first, but levels out around the bend and the climb becomes much easier. I rode this on a 29x2.6 rigged/ tubeless steel gravel bike and it handled fine. A bit sketchy as there’s areas you definitely don’t want to slip off course as there’s some steep drop-offs. Watch your speed. A little snow on the trail as to be expected in February. Otherwise the trail is currently dry. I only rode out to Gray’s Creek, it was a sheet of ice today, 29 degrees out, & I didn’t feel like breaking my neck crossing… so turned around there. I’ll be returning to finish the route soon.

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  • Sanderson76

    More enjoyable this past week, hidden gem with great views and a little of everything. I was the only one on the trail and thoroughly enjoyed the ride. A little longer would be awesome!

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  • Sanderson76

    Don't forget to go right at the trail marker, otherwise you will be in for the climb of your life and will want to stab yourself!

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  • Hap Proctor   ✓ supporter

    Little used trail that has gentle elevation gains (750' total) and likewise descents. Narrow singletracks follows a ridge the majority of the ride. Covered by a forest canopy, there are a few open sections that offer great views of the Columbia River Gorge. The trail surface offers sections of rocks but for the most part is non technical. The upper half on the trail is noticeably smoother. Big penalty for losing the trail, as the drop off is severe. Enjoyable ride.

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