Moore Park trail system - Trail, Klamath Falls, Oregon

Moore Park trail system - Trail, Klamath Falls, Oregon

DESCRIPTION

Whole network of trails that are currently being built, railed, mapped and signed. Got up Cypress Ave. and trailhead will be gravel parking lot on the right. Ride to green gate and take a right to run Powerline or continue past gate to T Bar on the left. Up T Bar and make left up to pavement. @ pavement make a right up the dirt road to Lindas Meat Grinder. Climb until you see Mudds on the right. This sidehills to and intersection. Continue on 5gallon or go left on Whiskeytown. Both connect to Archery. Archery drops you into Moore Park or continue up for a burtal climb and take 911 back down or go thru Hot Lava for some fun technical stuff.
Power line has many differnet trails all ending at Sidewinder which drops you into Moore Park.
All kinds of trails surrounding the park including Scratch which is accessed thru Lynnwood.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 11, 2012]
SoOsingletrack
Racer

I love Moore Park, it's my backyard playground. I ride here 4-5 times per week and it is always challenging and interesting. Great rides within a stones throw of town so easy access and fun if your visiting or heading to Klamath Falls. Worth bringing your bike if you're visiting. We just started the Klamath Trails Alliance and we're working together to make the trails well marked and maintained to IMBA standards.

Customer Service

Favorite route is parking above Main St. where suggested, take the gravel road to T-Bar then left on Blueberry up to radio tower road, switchback to the technical climb being Ridge. Breath at the top then follow Tunnel to the technical Junker climb and hold on tight for the technical favorite downhill sequence: Junker into Buzzard into 5 Gallon into Archery then nice rolling XC over to Klamath Ridgeview all the way north along the beautiful Klamath Lake. Sweet views of the Cascades, Mt. Shasta and Klamath Lake.

Similar Products Used:

Upper Umpqua Trail or Brown Mountain.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 12, 2011]
bengelen
Racer

Excellent views of the lake and Cascades. Every time I go there is something new. I'll usually spend 4 hours doing a big loop. It's a bit rocky so fat tires are good.

Real good flow on the level stuff.

Great climbs.

Good flow on the descents.



Customer Service

Get up to the ridge line and explore those trails. Then be sure to go out north from Lynnwood towards Running Y.

Not quite a destination grade trail, but maybe someday it will be.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 05, 2011]
DG5
Cross Country Rider

Moore park area kicks butt. You owe it to yourself to come ride these trails.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
2
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