13.7 miles
Distance
1,527 ft
Climb
-4,853 ft
Descent
4,768 ft
High Point

The Alpine Trail is one of the best trails you might ever ride.... yup we said it. There is so much flow on this trail, the forest is so magical and the ride is so long. You will get to the bottom and wonder if it was all real. Highlights of this ride are the Bunch-grass meadows and the Jedi section of the trail.

There is quite a bit of climbing despite the fact that this ride is a shuttle so make sure you bring adequate food, water and tools as you would for any long ride.

For more information on Oakridge or to book shuttles check out RideSpots.com

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Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards (www.oakridgegoats.org)
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2 Reviews & Comments

  • + 0
Jommpy123 (Aug 28, 2019 at 20:29)
 Wonderful mixture of terrain, an extended thrill ride of single track downhill goodnedd
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Micbike52 (Jul 20, 2020 at 10:57)
 Rode 7/18/29- dry, clear, beautiful.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Blue
  • Route Type
    Shuttled
  • Bike type
    DH, AM
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Moderate
  • Ridelogs
    468
More Stats for Alpine Trail Shuttle mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -3,326 ft
  • Altitude min
    1,082 ft
  • Altitude start
    4,420 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,096 ft
  • Grade
    -4.6%
  • Grade max
    -70%
  • Grade min
    50.9%
  • Distance climb
    4 miles
  • Distance down
    8 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
Avg: 4 (5 votes)
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