C.O.D. Rockstacker Trail

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Length
.62 miles
Elevation
112'
Rating
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Trail Reports

  • Cam Dash March 19, 2017 at 1:50 pmAlmost good to go! 3-4 short but unridable sections of snow. This trail is awesome if you love tech and rocks, good work COTA!
  • Brent Edens April 25, 2016 at 9:25 amLove this section and the name. Rockstacker. Hope it remains challenging and doesn't get too woven too quickly...
  • Brian Jones April 23, 2016 at 7:51 pmFinally! A challenging trail. As a CO transplant I've been waiting trails that were as technical as what I used to ride. Back in CO there were miles of trails like this. Literally 10+miles! No matter how short this trail rocks! It would be awesome to have more trails of this caliber. Trails that flow are great but let's up the ante and have trails that challenge a riders skills. Love this trail!! Lets have more so we can have more fun!!!!
  • Robert Rekward January 12, 2016 at 8:50 amI really like the tech COD section by Tetherow — and Rockstacker is more of the same. Definitely a test of your mountain bike focus and low-speed MTB handling skills. Bend needs more trails like this!
 

Trail Description

This trail is CLOSED Monday through Friday. Open on Saturday and Sunday only. Read More »

COD Rockstacker currently runs from the intersection of COD and ELV, and follows a cliff band West to forest road 400.

This was created as a re-route to COD, and is an unofficial name pulled from Strava. Technically, this trail is COD, but as it’s not finished, we have called it COD Rockstacker to help differentiate from the old COD which still exists.

The trail starts out from ELV and winds through some pine trees for maybe 200 yards, and then quickly becomes rocky and technical. Expect a fair amount of rock obstacles to ride over. The concept of the trail is narrow, primitive and difficult.

COD Rockstacker is not a flow trail. It’s almost an anti-flow trail with almost no elevation loss or gain. Keep up your momentum or you will get stuck. Top speed on this trail will be 10 mph or so (average). The trail is slightly easier to ride in the Eastbound direction due to 1 or 2 rock obstacles.

Note that there are no go-arounds on this trail.

Feedback on the trail is much appreciated by COTA. Please write any comments about the trail below.

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Trail Reports » COD Rockstacker

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  1. Cam Dash says:

    Almost good to go! 3-4 short but unridable sections of snow. This trail is awesome if you love tech and rocks, good work COTA!

  2. Brent Edens says:

    Love this section and the name. Rockstacker.
    Hope it remains challenging and doesn’t get too woven too quickly…

  3. Brian Jones says:

    Finally! A challenging trail. As a CO transplant I’ve been waiting trails that were as technical as what I used to ride. Back in CO there were miles of trails like this. Literally 10+miles!
    No matter how short this trail rocks! It would be awesome to have more trails of this caliber. Trails that flow are great but let’s up the ante and have trails that challenge a riders skills. Love this trail!! Lets have more so we can have more fun!!!!

  4. I really like the tech COD section by Tetherow — and Rockstacker is more of the same. Definitely a test of your mountain bike focus and low-speed MTB handling skills. Bend needs more trails like this!

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