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Suttle Tie Trail

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Trail Snapshot

Report (Date)
Length
4.6 miles
Elevation
449'
Rating
Forecast

This trail has lots of down trees. Riding it will probably mean getting off and climbing over and through tree limbs.

Trail Reports

  • Todd Crowe April 25, 2018 at 11:08 amBiked this last weekend. Counted five trees across the trail. Otherwise in good condition.
  • Gary Cupp February 9, 2018 at 12:45 pmDown fall on upper half, but is passable.
  • Joe Myers April 11, 2017 at 2:51 pmTrail has been cleared. Thanks for the report!
  • Bonnie Lynch April 9, 2017 at 2:33 pmStill several patches of snow today in shady spots -- some patches are 4-5" deep and although walkable, not rideable by most people on XC bikes. Two large downed trees that can be walked around. Still worth the trek to the lake, but when you hit the paved road, you will want to stay on it for the last 1/8-1/4 mile because the singletrack down in the trees is full of snow.
 

Trail Description

Suttle Tie connects the Black Butte ranch area with Suttle Lake, and is often ridden as an out and back from the Suttle Lake loop.

The trail roughly parallels Highway 20 as it climbs Northwest from Sisters.

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Trail Reports » Suttle Tie

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  1. Todd Crowe says:

    Biked this last weekend. Counted five trees across the trail. Otherwise in good condition.

  2. Gary Cupp says:

    Down fall on upper half, but is passable.

  3. Joe Myers says:

    Trail has been cleared. Thanks for the report!

  4. Bonnie Lynch says:

    Still several patches of snow today in shady spots — some patches are 4-5″ deep and although walkable, not rideable by most people on XC bikes. Two large downed trees that can be walked around. Still worth the trek to the lake, but when you hit the paved road, you will want to stay on it for the last 1/8-1/4 mile because the singletrack down in the trees is full of snow.

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