Cog Wild: Wanoga & Swampy Bend Shuttles
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 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 ($20/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 www.cogwild.com for more details.