Whiskey Run Trails
The Whiskey Run Trails are a result of a vision of and partnership between numerous agencies including Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, Coos County Commissioners and County Foresters, Travel Oregon, and others. The efforts were meant to help make the Coos County Forest a recreation destination. Located in an active logging forest, visitors can see the successions of trees and harvesting in this coastal forest while enjoying sweeping views, tranquil streams, and fern covered forest floors. Located between the towns of Coos Bay and Bandon, these trails offer a great excuse to bring along your mountain bike on your Highway 101 road trip!
The Whiskey Run Trails are professionally built trails by the local and PNW regional trail building company Ptarmigan Ptrails, LLC. The trails are a blend between flow and cross country style, and are great for all levels of riders with open sight lines, easy climbs, and chances to catch some air if you want. You'll dip and wind through the forest in this unique South Coast environment. There are trails for kids on Strider-style bikes up to pro-jump lines.
Trails are signed for appropriate skill level. Always ride within your skill level and respect trail closures due to weather, water, and other events.
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