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Santiam Wagon Trail

Trail Snapshot:

3.0 miles
1602' ↑
9 trees down- From the bottom- 5 at mile 1ish, 2 at mile 2ish, and 1 at mile 2.75. Thrree of them need chainsaws.

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Trail Description

 E-bikes NOT allowed on Santiam Wagon

Santiam Wagon Road overall is mostly double track. But this segment is singeltrack and we’ve been told it’s worth a look. Send is comments and photos if you ride!

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    1. Jason Caron says:

      If this were logged out, brushed, and given a rake… it would be one heck of a fun downhill with an optional gravel road climb. Needs more traffic!

    2. Marc Fortier says:

      Forgot what a fun flowy trail this is – well worth the road climb to get to it. It would flow better if the dozen or so large logs were cut out though :) Not sure who takes care of this section, but hopefully they will get to it, as my 7″ handsaw was useless

      1. BendTrails says:

        should get logged out on the 30th

    3. DeWayne Weaver says:

      Oh, there are about three or four trees down on the entire trail, only two of which are not easily ride-able over them.

    4. DeWayne Weaver says:

      This is an awesome alternate start to riding the MRT. Park at the Little Nash Sno-Park, take NF-2676 3 miles south (400′ gentle ascent) then turn right on the SWR Trail. It’s a 3 mile 1000′ DH coast through beautiful forests then come out at the MRT upper TH. I’ll never start at the MRT TH again!

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