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La Pine State Park Trail Map

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Trail Snapshot

Report (Date)
Length
11.5 miles
Elevation
239'
Rating
Forecast
Trail is riding well right now and there are no reports of mud, deadfall, or snow.

Trail Reports

  • Scott Sichler June 17, 2017 at 10:59 amTrails look to be in good condition. No Llamas sighted.
  • Clint Hardeman March 30, 2017 at 3:12 pmTook a break from Portland and was hoping to ride this today with my 9 y.o. Too much snow to get further that a few feet into the trail.
  • Scott Wilkinson May 24, 2016 at 1:59 pmWe family-camped at LaPine S.P. two weekends ago and rode these trails for the first time. We pulled our 2 kids behind in WeeHoo's (kind of like trail-a-bikes but with bucket seats) and had a blast. I'm an advanced rider but really enjoyed these trails. There are 3 somewhat steep but short climbs (for beginners and hauling a kid in a WeeHoo), otherwise the trails were level and smooth, with some really twisty bits closer to the Fall River end. A great place to take beginners, family, or just to go for a mellow, scenic ride. :-)
 

Trail Description

About 30 minutes south of Bend, Oregon the La Pine State Park trails meander along the banks of the Deschutes and Fall Rivers for approximately 11 miles with many MTB loop options which can shorten or extend your ride. The terrain is mostly level with no real climbs or technical challenges making this a great ride for families or novice mountain bikers who want to get out on the trails — but don’t have a lot of experience.

The trails are well-signed and maintained with markers at each junction and are multi-use so you’ll likely encounter horses, hikers, other mountain bikers, or a group of Llamas (one of the weirdest things I’ve ever come across on Bend Trails).

Mostly single track, with a few old double track sections, these trails are typical Central Oregon sand, so they’ll be very soft and loose in the summer months.

One of the cool things about La Pine State Park are the gigantic old-growth Ponderosa and Lodgepole pines. A highlight of the Big Pine Loop is a massive tree named “Big Red” that’s over 500 years old and 27′ in in circumference (you can’t miss it).

For information about the park or camping opportunities, visit the official Oregon State Parks webpage.

Trail Photos

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Trail Reports » La Pine State Park

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  1. Scott Sichler says:

    Trails look to be in good condition. No Llamas sighted.

  2. Clint Hardeman says:

    Took a break from Portland and was hoping to ride this today with my 9 y.o. Too much snow to get further that a few feet into the trail.

  3. Scott Wilkinson says:

    We family-camped at LaPine S.P. two weekends ago and rode these trails for the first time. We pulled our 2 kids behind in WeeHoo’s (kind of like trail-a-bikes but with bucket seats) and had a blast. I’m an advanced rider but really enjoyed these trails.

    There are 3 somewhat steep but short climbs (for beginners and hauling a kid in a WeeHoo), otherwise the trails were level and smooth, with some really twisty bits closer to the Fall River end.

    A great place to take beginners, family, or just to go for a mellow, scenic ride. :-)

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