Osage Hills State Park Trail - Trail, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Osage Hills State Park Trail - Trail, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

DESCRIPTION

very rocky, single track. nothing too technical but it is a quick, fun ride.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 08, 2009]
cigar_fiend
Weekend Warrior

I am headed up to Bartlesville in early May. I would like to know if this trail is still up and going. Has anyone ridden it lately? I am going for work, but was thinking of taking my bike if the trail is still rideable.

Thanks in advance!

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5
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1
[Sep 27, 2008]
Like2Byte
Weekend Warrior

Very rocky, not too technical trail system. There's not much here that'll make you walk it. The trail, in some sections, is not well designated even though there are trail markers along the trails - it's more that the grass/foliage has grown back over the trail and threatens to cover it completely. So, if you're new to the trail expect to take some sections slower until you actually find the route. (It's not *too* bad; but, I'm sure you *will* slow to survey trail as to where it went along the way.)
Three Trails (red, blue, white), all starting (West end) and ending (East end) at the parking lot. Red is 3.19 Miles, blue is 3.0 Miles and white is ~ .75 Miles.

Customer Service

These trails are kinda cool because on the first half of the trail the rider is going uphill (Red has a 160' Altitude gain in the first 1/2 Mile and eventually gets to ~300' gain). The second half of the trail is all gently sloping downhill with two exceptions(Red).

Same for blue - it's just less rocky if you can call it that: it's still very rocky in a few sections.

Some people ride a few sections backwards and take a cross-connect section between blue and red.

White is totally beginner but shares some blue. Some rocky sections and the trail disappears in a few sections.

Rec Route: I usually do two straight loops (red/blue, blue/blue).

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Yeah. I wish. Anything else that I know of is 50 miles away.

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3
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3
[Sep 05, 2007]
James Perry
Cross Country Rider

I like this trail, the trail has tech bits and noce flow on the top the ridge- right now the trail need its hair cut- I think a race is coming in few eeks and it great ride afterwards.
I would like to come back this winter and ride again.

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5
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4
[Jan 23, 2006]
tjm65
Weekend Warrior

The NEW Osage Hills MTB trails are around 6 miles long and start East of the main road by the horse barn. Just take the first left after entering the park. The trail head starts in front of the rock building. There has been some confusion about the hiking trails West of the main road and the NEW mountain bike trails east of the road, Which are being opened by Keystone off Road Society mountian bike club and the Bartlesville pedalers, these mountain bike trails have 3 main loops beginning(white)1. miles, sport(blue)3 miles and expert(red)3.5 miles. around 6 miles of trails in all. Each loop is a long climb to the meadow at the top and one long desent back to the trail head. the trail is rocky but not impossible to ride with some very interesting sesions. If you want to improve your fitness and have doing it go do three laps of each loop as hard as you can. for a current map go to adventurebicyclecenter.com

Customer Service

The red loop is the funnest without being super hard. The blue loop is slower, rocky, and has more climbing.

Similar Products Used:

Keystone, Turkey mountain.

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5
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5
[Jan 15, 2006]
tulsajohn1
Weekend Warrior

This trail has been totally pin flagged by Adventure Bicycle Owner Randall. It is a nice trail that can be quite difficult. There are three trails with the outside trail be very difficult with much uphill and very roocky spots. It is cool because nobody is hardly there. My favorite is still Turkey Mountain.

Customer Service

Outside

Similar Products Used:

Turkey Mountain

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4
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4
[Jan 07, 2004]
David
Cross Country Rider

This trail is a hiking trail so you have to watch for walkers. There are a few areas that are techical but easy enough for an intermediate rider to do. It takes about 25 minutes to ride the trail. Overall the trail was fun because it was fast and one of the few trails in Oklahoma that requires some technical skill.

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3
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3
[Dec 04, 2003]
Micheal Holland
Weekend Warrior

This trail bores me, but for crappy bike riders it may be fun. To the guy who said there are impossible spots let me say he must have been drunk. There are no excuses for putting your foot down on this trail.

Customer Service

Either top to bottom or bottom to top. I prefer being a bottom.

Similar Products Used:

Devils Ice

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3
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1
[Jan 19, 2003]

quick ride, large and small rocks and lots of them, pretty good ride overall.

Customer Service

there is only one route

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3
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[Jan 22, 2003]
Sir Bikesalot

This is the best trail i have been on since i have ever owned a mountaina bike. It's awesome. There are big rocks, small rocks, and just about any kind of rock you can find. Watch out for the river. One loss of balance and you could end up in it. This trail really rocks.

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3
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[Feb 19, 2003]
barry

i think the trail is fairly technical, well, some parts. a couple of little downhill streambeds (never seen them wet) with big rocks scattered about. its scaleable, but tough. also, some truly impossible spots unless u are blessed with flight. have fun. watch out for all the freakin ticks.

Customer Service

start at the beggining, ride to the boy scout camp, turn around and come back.

Similar Products Used:

none

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4
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