Brooks-Scanlon Rail Trail


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Brooks-Scanlon Rail Trail Facts

States: Oregon
Counties: Deschutes
Length: 27.3 miles
Trail end points: Brooks Scanlon Logging Rd & Three Creeks Rd (Sisters) and Brooks Scanlon Logging Rd & Skyliners Rd (Bend)
Trail surfaces: Gravel
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6367790


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Brooks-Scanlon Rail Trail Description

The Brooks-Scanlon Rail Trail winds through Deschutes National Forest. Running north from the City of Bend to the City of Sisters, the gravel trail follows a former logging road for about 27 miles. 

Parts of the trail can be quite hilly and are best suited to mountain bikes. Camping is available and the Deschutes National Forest offers a variety of recreational activities. 

There is a fee for entering the park. Both day and annual passes are available. Visit the Deschutes National Forest's Recreation Passes & Permits webpage for more information.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at Deschutes National Forest. The closest parking location is at Phil's Trailhead near the southern end of the trail.


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