Most folks prefer to take Territorial Road to Lorane. © 2011-2018 Disciples of Dirt | Let Us Ride. endobj From I-5 North. stream Once in Lorane: bear west on Siuslaw River Road. Head south on Bailey Hill Road to Lorane Highway to Territorial Road to Lorane. Here you will find a 19 mile network of trails located less than a 30 minute drive from Eugene, Oregon.

Do your part to help keep these trails open and in good shape by attending our next trail work party. More and more of this trail system is being built and maintained. None. Support Us | IMBA Epics | To start at the center of the network, head up the road another mile or so, past the Yellow Gate. by Disciples of Dirt | Dec 24, 2011 | Uncategorized, Getting to Whypass (Carpenter Bypass Trail Network). The South Parking lot will be on your left. From Eugene. A good flowing trail network will have most trails flowing in a single direction according to their intension. Whypass Trail map . Trail checkins. Terms | Privacy. Drive past Eugene and take the Creswell exit (about 10 miles south of Eugene). 88 From Eugene. Whypass videos. The Pile Local Info.

I was pleasantly surprised to find a trail in this area with MTB-specific features. I enjoy the beauty of my surroundings as much as the riding itself, so this trail isn't exactly my cup of tea. If you come to this part of Oregon to ride, I don't think you'll be disappointed if you dedicate one day to riding this trail system if you'll be here several days. 4 0 obj <>] ] /Count 1

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This is a large gravel parking lot on the left side of the road that is sometimes partially covered by a pile of gravel used for road building. <>stream Best MTB Gear | << /Type /Pages /Kids [ The trailhead(s) are a few more yards up the road on the right. 1 0 obj in the small town of Lorane (about 20 miles SSW of Eugene), travel east on Siuslaw Rd. >> After turning on Carpenter Bypass, continue 8/10ths of a mile to … the infamous Gravel Pile. Company   Go to the town of Lorane, which is about 15 miles west of Cottage Grove and about 20 miles SW of Eugene. /Contents 5 0 R Whether you rock your lycra loud and proud, don moldy flannel, or track frequent flier miles, you are bound to find stuff to post on your favorite social media account at this popular trail system. Add a video . This should not prevent adventurous riders from exploring the area. x�-�� � �W�6 �A��oڂQ^Ơ�'B0��YZ�͊������CN)=5,�1БT��q��)�ܲV>�`\endstream The colour categories are based on what percentage of riders are riding a trail in its intended direction. Turn left (south) onto Territorial Road and proceed to Lorane. From the General Store on Territorial Rd. as you leave Creswell city limits. It seems to hold up well in the rainy seasons, and I've had a few good rides in the mud. From I-5 North. This is the bottom of the network and where some people park to start their ride. about 1.5 miles. D irections to the Carpenter Bypass Trail System. Definitely worth checking out at least once. 7 0 obj Add one. Turn left here onto Carpenter Bypass Road. Either drive north up Territorial Road from Curtin or exit I-5 at Cottage Grove and take the Cottage Grove Lorane Road. My personal preference is for long, remote, rugged trails far from civilization. Getting to Whypass (Carpenter Bypass Trail Network) Go to the town of Lorane, which is about 15 miles west of Cottage Grove and about 20 miles SW of Eugene. The parking lot is on the left where a large gravel pile is. "Whypass Trail" is a bit of a misnomer as this is actually a system of interconnected trails that run through the forested hills on both sides of the paved BLM road the parking lot is on. 4 0 R Approximately 1.4 miles west of Lorane on Siuslaw River Road (just after mile post 43), you will see a BLM sign proclaiming “Carpenter Bypass Trail System”.

%�쏢 Head south on Bailey Hill Road to Lorane Highway to Territorial Road to Lorane. This is now the hub of DOD events such as All Comer’s Meet and Party at the Pass. Most trails are ridden both directions, with the exception of the DH. Disciples of Dirt (DOD) Local Bike Shop. But it is an excellent one. It's not ugly by any means, but I've been spoiled by years of riding in the Cascade Mountains. >> Also, there are no perennial water sources, so bring as much as you'll need. HLino mntrRGB XYZ � 1 acspMSFT IEC sRGB �� �-HP cprt P 3desc � lwtpt � bkpt rXYZ gXYZ , bXYZ @ dmnd T pdmdd � �vued L �view � $lumi � meas $tech 0 rTRC.