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Site Description

230 miles of easiest to most difficult trails and routes that include 102 miles of class I/III, 25 miles of class III singletrack, 20 miles of class II/IV, and 83 miles of shared use routes.

There are two staging areas, River’s North, and River’s South, as well as Junction Snow Park, dispersed camping, and a trail head site at Walker. Walker has newly constructed more difficult and most difficult class II/IV trails with built features and obstacles.

This system was developed to provide a unique riding experience in Central Oregon. The trails are constructed to lay light on the land with tight alignments and minimal clearing. The intent is to provide the rider with a “trail blazing” experience.

Detailed listing of staging areas, campgrounds, trails by types of vehicle, and trail conditions can be found online or by contacting Central Oregon’s Combined Off-Highway Vehicle Operation’s 24 hour hotline. Free dispersed camping on site. Map available from Crescent Office and at trailheads.

Trail Difficulty

Easiest, More Difficult, Most Difficult

Season of Use

Season of use is May - Nov 30  to reduce trail impacts during wet conditions.  Riding conditions are best in Fall and Spring. Trails get extremely dusty in Summer and may be closed seasonally, due to fire restrictions or active logging.  Area may be snowed in during Winter months.  Contact land manager for trail status.

Permit Requirements

Oregon ATV Permit

Sound Limit

95-99db, depending on vehicle

Other Requirements

US Forest Service approved spark arrestors required.

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