Willamette NF: McKenzie Ranger District

 

With a ride so good they named a ranger district after it, the McKenzie RD has even more to offer than it's most famous ride, with a great cluster of trails near O'Leary Mountain.

Like the Willamette River and Umpqua River trails, the McKenzie river trail covers a LOT of terrain, with some reasonable climbing between the Trail Bridge Campground and Sahalie Falls, and one of the great lavabed trails in the Cascade Range.

 

View of McKenzie River trail

 

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Name

Nbr

Type

Climbing

Length: Mi

Ride Time: Hrs

State

National Forest

Ranger District

Incline of Ascent: Pct

Singletrack: Pct

TH Elev.: Ft

Elev. Chg.: Ft

Overall Rating

Aerobic

Flow

Page Status

McKenzie Rvr. Trailbridge CG 3507 OAB Moderate 17 3 OR Willamette McKenzie Rvr. 4% 100 2500 2200 9 6 7 Topo, Guide, Video
McKenzie Rvr. Paradise CG 3507 OAB Easy 26 4 OR Willamette McKenzie Rvr. 1% 100 1450 1700 8 5 9 Topo, Guide, Video
Grasshopper - Chucksney Mt. 3569 Loop Intense 25 5 OR Willamette Middle Fork 11% 100 3800 7300 7 7 6 Topo, Guide
King Castle 4326 OAB Moderate 14 3 OR Willamette McKenzie Rvr 10% 100 1200 3900 7 6 7 Topo, Guide, Video
Olallie 3529 Loop Intense 20 4 OR Willamette McKenzie Rvr. 12% 100 2600 5600 7 7 5 Topo, Guide, Video
O'leary Mt. 3321 Shuttle Intense 12 6 OR Willamette McKenzie Rvr. 16% 100 2250 3400 7 9 5 Topo, Guide
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