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Santiam Wagon Trail

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Length
3.0 miles
Elevation
1602'
Rating
Forecast
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Trail Reports

  • BendTrails July 27, 2020 at 5:13 pmshould get logged out on the 30th
  • Marc Fortier July 27, 2020 at 9:39 amForgot 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
  • DeWayne Weaver May 14, 2018 at 8:44 amOh, there are about three or four trees down on the entire trail, only two of which are not easily ride-able over them.
  • DeWayne Weaver May 14, 2018 at 7:38 amThis 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!

Trail Description

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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Trail Reports » Santiam Wagon

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  1. 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

  2. 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.

  3. 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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