Thinking about a little impromptu road trip through the PNW. Is there anywhere along the 5 where I could stop to camp and ride for a couple days, or will it just be too soggy?
Blackrock is really good right now. There are a few closures for trail work but the trails are in good shape.fat_weasel said:Excellent! For the moment it looks like I'm hauling ass to get to Seattle before New Year's Eve, then taking my time on the way back. I'm thinking of Colonnade bike park on the way out of town, Capitol Forest if it's dry, maybe Three Corner Rock, then cut down to Bend. Whiskeytown and maybe Boggs on the way home as long as my laundry holds out. I looked at a slope cam for a ski resort somewhere near Oakridge, and they're socked in, so that may be out this time.
Thanks for the info. Blurry self-timer pics to come.
Rsquared...nice handle. :thumbsup:
Thats a killer new word to add to the list -0gre said:Much of the bend riding is under snow now and it is below freezing there right now. Bend is awesometacular in the summer but less so in the winter. Eugene area has some really nice stuff. With 3 days you can hit North Umpqua, some of the Eugene area stuff, and maybe the lower parts of the McKensie River Trail (MRT) will be ok. The MTR is listed as a spring through fall and I'm not sure if it will have snow or not.
Ask on the Oregon boards about trails which might be open...