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Mountain Biking Trails

If you like mountains, lakes and great vertical on top of sweet single track close to town…Klamath is the place to be for the best mountain biking trails! Sitting at the eastern base of the cascade mountain range, riders in the Klamath Basin will appreciate jumps, berms, fast drops, and other natural features the mountain bike tails in Klamath County provide. The trails in Klamath offer a little something for all skill levels. Seasoned mountain bikers and the novice will easily find a trail or two to enjoy. Highlights include scenic summits with breathtaking views of Klamath Basin lakes and rolling hills dotted with tall mountain peaks as well as that crisp, cool mountain air. 

High Lakes Trail

Rating:  Easy
Miles:  9
Climb (ft):  688
Decent (ft):  -995

Fish Lake Trail

Rating:  Easy
Miles:  3
Climb (ft):  221
Decent (ft):  -127

Moore Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  15-20
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Spence Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  2-35
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Brown Mountain Trail Loop

Rating:  Moderate
Miles:  15-23
Climb (ft):  1,752
Decent (ft):  -1,589

Rye Spur Trail

Rating:  Moderate
Miles:  6
Climb (ft):  780
Decent (ft):  -1,542

Spence Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  2-35
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Moore Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  15-20
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Spence Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  2-35
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Klamath Ridge View Trail

Rating:  Difficult
Miles:  4
Climb (ft):  709
Decent (ft):  -889

Moore Mountain Trail System

Rating:  Easy to Difficult
Miles:  15-20
Climb:  varies
Decent:  varies

Fremont Tier – Oregon Timber Trail

Rating:  Difficult
Miles:  207
Climb:  6,916
Decent:  -7,520

“My husband and I have been avid riders for years, and now with a family we continue to enjoy mountain biking, road biking and BMX. We love that Klamath Falls has the amazing Moore Park, just a mile from downtown and are really excited about the new Spence Mountain trail system going in near the lake. You can take off and ride from anywhere in Klamath and personally, I am pretty fanatical about just riding from my house straight down Old Fort Road. It has great elevation changes, smooth gravel, few vehicles, and the feeling of being in the forest. It’s perfect for my family, because I am getting a workout instantly when I leave, and I don’t have to factor in travel time. The road riding options in our area are practically endless. There are super scenic roads going around the lake, and in every direction from town. There are countless combinations of roads to make a new ride easy to plan. The boys have become involved in BMX at the BMX track off of Anderson Street. The BMX track and team that runs it is a tremendous resource in our community.”

-Allison Andrews, Mom and President of Ecosolar & Electric Klamath Falls

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