1 mile
Distance
44 ft
Climb
-454 ft
Descent
00:06:12
Avg time
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Cone Run Details

  • Activities
    • Mountain Bike
  • Riding Area
    Mt. Bachelor Bike Park
    Bend, Oregon
  • Difficulty Rating
  • Trail Type
    Mixed
  • Bike Type
    DH, AM
  • Trail Usage
    Biking Only
  • Direction
    Downhill Only
    Popular direction shown
  • Physical Rating
    Moderate
  • Season
    July-October
  • Dogs Allowed
    Yes
  • TTFs on Trail
    Bridge, Drop, Jump
  • Ride in Rain
    Yes
  • Global Ranking
    #43875 in Mountain Biking
  • Local Popularity
    75 in Mountain Biking
  • Year Opened
    2014
  • Land Manager

This flow trail doesn't have a huge vertical drop but you'll find numerous wood features on this trail, adding variety and character to the route. Cone Run starts as a wider machine-built trail but as it crosses the Cinder Cone, it narrows to a hand-built singletrack trail that traverses a steep sideslope.

Access Info

Access from upper Lava Flow trail to ride the full length; latter sectors can be accessed by Rattlesnake, Rockfall and upper Last Chance to 21 Road.

Bike Park

More Stats for Cone Run mountain bike trail
  • Altitude change
    -410 ft
  • Altitude min
    6,616 ft
  • Altitude max
    7,032 ft
  • Altitude start
    7,032 ft
  • Altitude end
    6,622 ft
  • Grade
    -5.818%
  • Grade max
    -26.954%
  • Grade min
    15.121%
  • Distance climb
    957 ft
  • Distance down
    5,151 ft
  • Distance flat
    936 ft
  • Avg time
    00:06:12
  • Avg reverse time
    00:05:15
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Status:
on Sep 28, 2020
Ideal
Avg: 3 (5 votes)

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Trail Conditions
  • Unknown
  • Snow Groomed
  • Snow Packed
  • Snow Covered
  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Ideal
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
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  • Double Black Diamond

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  • Clear / Green
  • Minor Issue / Yellow
  • Significant Issue / Amber
  • Closed

  • Land Owner Overlay
  • Wilderness (typically no bikes in USA)
  • BLM (public)
  • USFS (Wildlife sanctuaries darker than usfs)
  • State land
  • Indigenous
  • Military
Trail Conditions
  • Unknown
  • Snow Groomed
  • Snow Packed
  • Snow Covered
  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Ideal
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
  • Map Markers
  • trail Trail Head
  • photo Photo
  • place Directory Listing
  • region Riding Area
  • TTF TTF
  • Parking Parking
  • Viewpoint Viewpoint
  • Information Information
  • Warning Warning
  • Directions Directions
  • Sight Sight
  • Restrooms Restrooms
  • eBike Charging Point eBike Charging Point
  • Water Fountain/Source Water Fountain/Source
  • Gate Gate
  • Trail Sign Trail Sign
  • Table or Bench Table or Bench
  • Ladder Ladder
  • Stairs Stairs
  • Bridge Bridge
  • Boardwalk Boardwalk
  • Camping Camping
  • Cabin Cabin
  • Lodge Lodge
  • Bear Cache Bear Cache
  • Dock Dock
  • Ranger Station Ranger Station
  • Summit Summit
  • Other Other
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      Cone Run Trail Reports

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      Sep 28, 2020 @ 12:09pm
      Sep 28, 2020
      reporter Thanks for a great season! We'll see you again in 2021.
      Sep 27, 2020 @ 11:45am
      Sep 27, 2020
      Aug 28, 2020 @ 4:06pm
      Aug 28, 2020
      Yes yes yes!! The wood features are fun with good drops. Good dirt features and fast flow corners. A bit sandy but totally manageable.
      Jul 11, 2020 @ 10:22am
      Jul 11, 2020
      Jul 6, 2020 @ 10:36pm
      Jul 6, 2020
      Open and running great, DSM is still closed so Way Out is the only beginner option to get down from cone run.
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      Recent Ridelog Activity on Trail

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      • 286 rides
      • 20 miles avg distance
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      Sep 2, 2015 @ 10:31am
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      Dec 24, 2013 @ 10:41am
      Dec 24, 2013

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      1 Review & Comments

      • + 1
      flag vonSpurling (Jul 19, 2016 at 11:46)
       This was my favorite flow trail on Mt. Bachelor. It requires less pedaling than Lava Flow (Lava NO-Flow), and in my opinion the jumps are better designed. Lava Flow trail has more berms and turns, but Cone run has some better jump sections. Better as in they feel more natural to pop off, and you can comfortably carry the right amount of speed to clear the jumps. The wood drop feature is fun - but you need far less speed than I thought. I pedaled into it and went halfway down the "less steep" wooden transition.
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      Cone Trail - Mt Bachelor Bike Park
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