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Very scenic and pleasant route. Benches in a number of places. Surface is good except for a few places with cracks that are bike-tire wide. They are marked with spray paint. Parking lots in town were a bit sketchy, I parked just outside of town at Row River Nature Park.
Wildwood Falls is about 1 1/2 miles past the trail's end. That's on a road; I encountered practically zero traffic, but in summer it could be a busier road.
Like previously mentioned, we started at the Sunriver trailhead. This put the steepest grade the last 2 miles up to Lava Butte. We also then rode the Benham Falls trail and some paths in Sunriver for a total of almost 20 miles. Despite other reviewers remarks and a sign at Sunriver trailhead we past several ebikers….all apparently originating from Sunriver (as we saw some of the later in Sunriver)
I didn’t want to believe the reviews so we went anyway. Beautiful setting and views, but impossible for biking. While we struggled with the sandy surface I did see a mountain biker wiz past below us, but on an unmarked trail for sure. Would have been a fabulous ride.
The ride from Hood river to Mosier is fabulous. The ride from Viento State park to Wyeth not as good because of proximity to I-84. Both feature impeccable road surface including 2019 constructed stretches of new road. But the Mosier leg is so special in terms of elevation and views Only 10 miles round trip there’s coffee in Mosier 1 mile past the end of the trail section. I’d you brave the surface streets you can make an60+ mile ride they say
My husband and I just got here bikes and use this trail for our second expedition on them. It was such a beautiful ride. The trail was rather busy, but not a problem. There were picnic tables where we enjoyed a packed lunch at the park. Would do this again.
It has been 6 years since I last ride the Banks to Stub Stewart State Park section. As before the transitions on and off bridges are abysmal. The bridges are 4 to 6 inches higher than the trail surface. Strongly advise riders slow way down when approaching bridges. Riding surface continues to deteriorate with longitudinal cracks wide enough to catch a 19 mm tire if not paying attention. Pavement is breaking up in places. That’s the bad. Maintenance appears to be painting white paint to highlight the more dangerous roots The good is the scenery once into the frosted parts is truly beautiful. And the sour face
Wonderful wildflowers, yummy blackberries to snack on, beautiful views and lots of smiling others (dog walkers, individuals riding their bicycles, joggers and morning leisure walker!). It's been extended from 8 miles to 11 at this point in time
It would be 5 stars for a semi urban trail that continues out along the rather busy Century Drive except for the initial road crossings. It is all smooth pavement suitable for many uses including skating. A nice 10 mile out and back.
The first part - Vancouver Avenue to Interstate Avenue was fine, new macadam. The part from Interstate Avenue to Portland Road was needs repaving, with gravel between patches of macadam in bad shape. Given that your on top of a narrow lever, it was bit dicey.
Do not recommend this trail. Parking is a 50/59 shot if your car will be broken into. And the path is often blocked by homeless camps. Carry pepper spray or other protection if you must travel it.
This is a smooth paved trail mostly flat great for skating or roller skiing. Lots of fun and usually not too crowded. The canyon walls are interesting but nothing incredible.
Nice easy walk, and interesting placards to read. It is also an awesome place to walk your dog.
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