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Metolious Windigo (Black Butte) Trail

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Trail Snapshot

Report (Date)
Length
9.36 miles
Elevation
1358'
Rating
Forecast
Trail is riding well right now and there are no reports of mud, deadfall, or snow.

Trail Reports

  • Heidi H-P May 12, 2016 at 11:53 pmRode most of trail 99 today, beginning at the Metolius headwaters. I eventually bailed to FS road 11 near Hwy 20 and backtracked to the Green Ridge trail and rode that, which also has its issues (see my Green Ridge trail review from today). Trail 99 is miserably chopped up by horse hooves. It has been cleared of trees however, likely courtesy of equestrians. Trail 99 is certainly an equestrian favorite.
  • Marc Fortier May 9, 2016 at 9:29 amRode from the North from Lake Creek trail. Encountered about half a dozen minor trees down before the second creek crossing. I turned around here as there is no bridge, the water was deep (probably 3 feet of fast flowing creek), and the banks were muddy.
 

Trail Description

The Metolius-Windigo trail is over 100 miles long and begins in the north at the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness and runs all the way south to Windigo Pass near Crescent Lake. To minimize confusion the “Met-Win” trail — as it’s often called — is broken into distinct segments each with its own character.

The segment on this page runs for about 9 miles between the Sisters Tie Trail and the Lake Creek Trail near Camp Sherman.

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Trail Reports » Metolious Windigo (Black Butte)

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  1. Heidi H-P says:

    Rode most of trail 99 today, beginning at the Metolius headwaters. I eventually bailed to FS road 11 near Hwy 20 and backtracked to the Green Ridge trail and rode that, which also has its issues (see my Green Ridge trail review from today). Trail 99 is miserably chopped up by horse hooves. It has been cleared of trees however, likely courtesy of equestrians. Trail 99 is certainly an equestrian favorite.

  2. Marc Fortier says:

    Rode from the North from Lake Creek trail. Encountered about half a dozen minor trees down before the second creek crossing. I turned around here as there is no bridge, the water was deep (probably 3 feet of fast flowing creek), and the banks were muddy.

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