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M.T.B. Trail

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Length
1.1 miles
Elevation.
161' ↑
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Trail Description

The M.T.B. trail connects the uphill only Ben’s Trail to Kent’s Trail so it makes a good bail-out point to go back to the trail head. It also heads off to the North from Ben’s over to Skyliners Road at the intersection of Skyliner’s and the Brooks-Scanlon logging road. Many people ride up Ben’s from Phil’s trailhead, turn right at M.T.B. trail, and head over to Mrazek.

Trail History: M.T.B. trail originally was called Bealeman’s after Mike T. Beale, but was changed to M.T.B. trail.

This trail is maintained by Central Oregon Trail Alliance.

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    1. Trevor Miller says:

      Riding decent from shevlin to Kent’s, frozen dirt but some folks definitely hit when was a bit sloppy so expect a few areas of frozen ruts.

    2. Eric Smith says:

      Rode this trail From Ben’s to Kent’s on Thursday the 16th On 4 inch wide studded Dillinger’s . there was only foot prints and possible fat bike tracks underneath the holes from boots. It was a very narrow trail I was off and on the trail a lot sort of difficult to get through down to Kent’s . Augured in a few times but nonetheless it was fun just needs a few more tracks through it

    3. Chris Schweppe says:

      Clear and tacky from Ben’s to Kent’s.

    4. Bruce Bradshaw says:

      All clear.

    5. Miguel Montaña says:

      MTB was decent with a few snow patches between Ben’s and Kent’s. Kent’s itself looked pretty muddy, so I went back up MTB and back down Ben’s.

    6. Rode Ben’s to MTB to Kent’s as a fatbike loop this morning. Pretty fun. That loop is nicely compacted — though the sides of the trail are pretty high and there’s a fair amount of pedal scraping.

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