Ride Klamath Ride!
Your source for Volcanic Scenic Biking
With over 300 days of sunshine each year, spectacular scenery, hundreds of miles of bike routes and trails, Klamath is one of the West’s best biking destinations. Spanning from Crater Lake National Park to Lava Beds National Monument on the Oregon/California border –you will be wowed by incredible views, abundant wildlife, and extraordinary recreation opportunities.
Positioned along the Volcanic Scenic Byway, the region’s dramatic landscape was shaped by volcanoes and glaciers. Volcanic peaks are within view on many of the rides featured here at RideKlamathRide – the majestic Mt. Shasta, the distinct Mt. McLoughlin and Mt. Scott on the rim of Crater Lake National Park. Riders experience the beauty of wild life refuges where the area has the largest number of bald eagles in the country, rolling farmlands, high desert terrain, pristine creeks, mountain lakes – including Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States, and Klamath Lake – the largest body of fresh water in Oregon.
Whether you are a road rider, mountain biker, gravel grinder, local or active traveler, the RideKlamathRide website offers maps and information about hundreds of miles of routes and trails within the Klamath region. This website features maps with nearly 900 miles of road bike routes, 70 miles of mountain bike trails, and 179 miles of gravel grinding roads.
Are you a multisporter? Top off your biking experience with the camping, hiking, climbing, rock hunting, bird watching, spelunking, kayaking and world class rafting and fishing. Mapping out your ride here at RideKlamathRide is just the first step to planning your adventures and exploring this incredible region. The website also features links to lodging, dining, resources and attractions in the region.
Your adventure starts here! Plan your Volcanic Scenic Bike trip today and let us know if you have any questions or need more information.