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Skyliner Mountain Bike Trail

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Trail Snapshot

Report (Date)
Length
3.2 miles
Elevation
495'
Rating
Forecast
Trail is riding well right now and there are no reports of mud, deadfall, or snow.

Trail Reports

  • Josh Dorris July 12, 2017 at 10:50 amMomma hawk was out dive bombing this morning once again. I've had two encounters with her. The nest is approximately 0.5-0.75 miles in from Whoops. Ride fast and keep your head down!!
  • Bruce Bradshaw May 25, 2017 at 4:04 pmAll clear.
  • Eric Kutter May 6, 2017 at 10:22 pmreport from a friend today: "Couple of small patches of snow. Could easily ride through them".
  • Joe Myers April 25, 2017 at 1:01 pmreport from Tad at Cota: Cleared considerable winter fall...mostly chainsaw work...all 'logs' cleared Much snow/ice still present-up to 30+" depth, multiple canals of water. Usual smaller debris still present. Last fall's rock work below rotted play-log held well through the winter
  • Patrecia Hedges December 3, 2016 at 2:29 pmGood riding on fatbike & mid-fat today!
  • Russ Omizo June 19, 2016 at 5:02 pmFound a nice jacket and vest on skyliner heading towards South fork. If it's yours let me know.
  • Jay Marsh June 9, 2016 at 11:21 pmReally sweet after the recent rains....but, hurry!
 

Trail Description

Skyliner Trail connects the top of Phil’s Network to Skyliner Sno Park. It is one of two options which lead from Phil’s (at the Whoops bench) to the high country. From the sno park, riders can connect to the Tumalo Ridge or Southfork trails to get to the upper trails. The other climbing option is the Upper Whoops trail.

There are a few rocky sections and a couple short climbs, but nothing extreme.

This trail is maintained by Central Oregon Trail Alliance.

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Trail Reports » Skyliner

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  1. Josh Dorris says:

    Momma hawk was out dive bombing this morning once again. I’ve had two encounters with her. The nest is approximately 0.5-0.75 miles in from Whoops. Ride fast and keep your head down!!

  2. Bruce Bradshaw says:

    All clear.

  3. Eric Kutter says:

    report from a friend today: “Couple of small patches of snow. Could easily ride through them”.

  4. Joe Myers says:

    report from Tad at Cota:

    Cleared considerable winter fall…mostly chainsaw work…all ‘logs’ cleared Much snow/ice still present-up to 30+” depth, multiple canals of water. Usual smaller debris still present. Last fall’s rock work below rotted play-log held well through the winter

  5. Patrecia Hedges says:

    Good riding on fatbike & mid-fat today!

  6. Russ Omizo says:

    Found a nice jacket and vest on skyliner heading towards South fork. If it’s yours let me know.

  7. Jay Marsh says:

    Really sweet after the recent rains….but, hurry!

  8. Joel Blatt says:

    No snow. No deadfall. Good to go.

  9. Riding really awesome this morning — such perfect dirt. Thanks Don for clearing the deadfall!

  10. Shane DeMars says:

    Now the snow is gone too :)

  11. Don Leet says:

    The trees are all gone and only a couple of snow patches. Riding well!

    1. David Welton says:

      Hey, thanks! That’s one of my favorite trails to use as a connector for big loops. Much appreciated.

  12. Don Leet says:

    Now there are only two trees left down but still some snow patches.

  13. Don Leet says:

    Skyliner has about 10 trees down and a few snow patches. I will try and cut those trees later this week.

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