Carpenter Bypass

Trail System - Oregon

Whether you rock your lycra loud and proud, don moldy flannel, or track frequent flier miles, you are bound to find stuff to post on your favorite social media account at this popular trail system. Here you will find a 19 mile network of trails located less than a 30 minute drive from Eugene, Oregon. For mountain bikers, the trails were designed to feature significant trail twisting, with narrow turns, steep downhill stretches, and trail features such as rock gardens, jumps and berms. While the most predominant use of the trails is from mountain bikers, equestrian riders, trail runners, and hikers enjoy the trails. The trails are exclusive to non-motorized traffic.

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Map of the Western Lane Protection District in Southern Oregon Area. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.Western Lane - 2019

Map of the Western Lane Protection District in Southern Oregon Area. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Map of the Northern part of the Douglas Forest Protection Association area in Oregon. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.Douglas Forest Protection Association - North 2020

Map of the Northern part of the Douglas Forest Protection Association area in Oregon. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

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Brochure and Map of Carpenter Bypass Mountain Bike Trail System in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Carpenter Bypass - Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map of Carpenter Bypass Mountain Bike Trail System in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Carpenter Bypass Trails https://www.blm.gov/visit/carpenter-bypass-trail-system Whether you rock your lycra loud and proud, don moldy flannel, or track frequent flier miles, you are bound to find stuff to post on your favorite social media account at this popular trail system. Here you will find a 19 mile network of trails located less than a 30 minute drive from Eugene, Oregon. For mountain bikers, the trails were designed to feature significant trail twisting, with narrow turns, steep downhill stretches, and trail features such as rock gardens, jumps and berms. While the most predominant use of the trails is from mountain bikers, equestrian riders, trail runners, and hikers enjoy the trails. The trails are exclusive to non-motorized traffic.
WILD ROGUE Welcome to Carpenter Bypass Trail System! Whether you rock your bike shorts loud and proud, don moldy flannel, pay attention to your heart rate or track frequent flier miles, you are bound to find more and better stuff to video, shred or rip at this popular trail system just west of Lorane, Oregon. Here you will find an 18-mile network of single track mountain bike trails that offer a wide variety of riding experiences for the local and regional mountain biking community. Know before you go OPEN year-round; NO FEES TO ACCESS TRAILS, riders use Carpenter Bypass Road. PETS are allowed on leash (max. 6 feet) in the parking lot. Wet trails are susceptible to damage. When trails are wet, please consider other riding options. directions From I-5 South of Eugene: Take the Creswell exit (about 10 miles south of Eugene). At the freeway exit traffic light, turn right (west) onto Oregon Ave. and continue west through downtown Creswell. The name of the road changes to Camas Swale Road as you leave Creswell. The road name changes again to Hamm Rd. After 10 - 12 miles, Hamm Road ends/T’s at Territorial Road a few miles north of Lorane. Turn left (south) onto Territorial Road and proceed to Lorane. From I-5 Northbound: Either drive north on Territorial Road from Curtin or exit I-5 at Cottage Grove and take the Cottage Grove Lorane Road. From Lorane: Drive west on Siuslaw River Road: About 1.4 miles west of Lorane on Siuslaw River Road (just after mile post 43), you will see a BLM “Carpenter Bypass Trail System” sign. Turn left onto Carpenter Bypass Road. Continue 8/10ths of a mile to a large gravel parking lot on the left side of the road. This is where people park to start the ride. There is an additional parking lot 2 miles further on Carpenter Bypass Road. It is well signed. Contact info point of interest 3106 Pierce Parkway Springfield, OR 97477 (541)683-6600 BLM_OR_NO_Mail@blm.gov There are several local wineries along the scenic drive to the trail system.

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