The Fort Rock trails are awesome. Very technical, rocky and rooty. Some great wooden features, especially once you cross under Route 101 through the tunnel. It is easy to figure the trails out and getting lost is no a worry. I drive about 1:15 just to ride here. Exit 10 on 101 towards Exeter then right just before the stone train bridge. When you are done, goto exit 11 on 101 take a right and about 1.5 miles down on the right is a great burrito joint.
Great trails but showing the wear. Not many places like this, give it 5 years and this place won't be much fun unless people STOP BLOWING LEAVES OFF THE TRAILS.
These trails kick they hell out of me every time. On the north side of the trail are a couple longer loops (which can be quite technical) with some good even more technical offshoot trails. On the south side of the highway the trails are a little shorter but offer some great features. It takes awhile to get used to which trails you should ride up and which to take back down, but its a good time. I like it better on full suspension, but I see plenty of people rocking it out on the hardtails (I tried it once myself and it involved a lot of walking). Take lots of water since there are lots of trails to explore. Although every route I have found to take requires undivided attention at all times and a good amount of work, they have a surprising amount of natural flow to them.
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