Cog Wild: Wanoga & Swampy Bend Shuttles


Wanoga ($17/person)
Cog Wild’s first regular stop accesses the Wanoga Pump Track, Funner, Tiddlywinks, Tyler’s Traverse and much more. While the terrain is generally downhill and most obstacles have go-arounds, these blue and black trails can be challenging for new or younger riders.

Swampy ($17/person)
Swampy Lakes Trailhead is mid-elevation and a great place for longer rides to access many trails that connect to the Swampy Lakes Loop like Vista Butte, Swede Ridge, South Fork and Upper & Lower Whoops.

Dutchman Flat – Mt. Bachelor ($22/person)
Once the higher elevation trails are free from snow (late June to mid-July), Cog Wild’s final stop is Dutchman Flat, across the highway from Mt. Bachelor Ski Area / Bike Park. Use Flagline Access to ride backcountry trails like Metolius-Windigo, and Middle Flagline, which opens on August 15 to protect elk calving grounds.

Other shuttles, guided rides and skills clinics are also available. Please go to for more details.