Rocky Pointe - Trail, Portland, Oregon

Rocky Pointe - Trail, Portland, Oregon

DESCRIPTION

Multiple single track routes with a main service road feeder.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 10, 2018]
george martzini
Weekend Warrior

Trail was closed last Summer due to Wharehouser logging it, the front 9 is gone, but the back 9 is still there, peddle past the first hill, heading north you will start going down hill
and the clear cut is behind you, you found it, stay to left is a single track that connects to the back 9, all empty now, used to see riders all the time, but it is open and the loggers are all gone, first gate on the right on Rocky Point road, you will see power lines from the blue gate, ride safe because is very technical, especially in the rainy season, where your helmet and carry your cell phone, place is very large area and has lots of exploring to do, stay away from the only house there, it does have posted signs when you get to the boundary markers

Customer Service

GPS or Garmin

Similar Products Used:

South side of Rocky Point

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Sep 29, 2014]
gvalm
Downhiller

still lots of riders coming out there, at least 3 very long single track, and bunch of little trails everywhere, i have been blessed to know my way in and out of there, even know the back way out of there, there is another trail 100 yards from the blue gate that i am sure comes all the way out to blue gate on highway 30 by the weigh station, have not gone to that side of the road yet, but have seen many other riders parked there, it is very hard for a beginner because of lots of hills to climb, so get off the fire road asap, take the first single trail on your left, should spit into two (left or right) about long 1/4 mile you should have reached more single track or back to the main fire road, go down a little further down and trails to right and to the left, so many options and loops, and some fire roads are great to get back up the step hills, looks a lot like wild wood in forest park near the St. Johns bridge

Customer Service

same

Similar Products Used:

german town road

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 10, 2011]
native97051
Downhiller

many different ways to go, I've been out here many times and seem to find new trails, all single track, alot of uphill downhill, no black berries or overgrown forest, this place is great with a lot more than forest park, (gvalm) was my last screen name, I've posted many times and rode many other places ,but this place has more trails in one area more than any other place i know of, good for begginers and experiance riders,not a good place for kids under 12, watch out for other riders, this place has a lot people from portland coming here, It is all good, wednesday afternoon is when I ride this trail.

Customer Service

first gate on the right.

Similar Products Used:

watson rd.(buddest temple)

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 02, 2011]
danielrichards
Cross Country Rider

For the distance away from Portland this is probably the best trail system available. Lots of variety all easily linked through one main feeder. These trails also seem to dry out faster than most of the stuff within 30-45 minutes of town. Great for riding when you don't have the time to make it to Hood River or Sandy Ridge.

Customer Service

Ride up the service road past the gate and keep your eyes open for single track spliting off on both the right and left hand sides. Explore the whole area and get your favorites down.

Similar Products Used:

Brown's camp is fairly comprable.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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