Best suited for advanced beginners or intermediate riders, the trail can be ridden from either direction and extended with either Goodman Creek Tr3461.1 or Lawler Tr3473.
The trail can become overgrown in late season, and expect some treefall. Most intermediate riders will need to hike-a-bike out of the creek drainages, making this trail a bit tougher than might be apparent. Most of the creek crossings are bridged and water levels are low unless there has been recent rainfall.
The Oakridge area offers limited Beginner/Intermediate terrain, but nearby Salmon Creek Tr4365 and Tr4233 offers some additional easy riding.
South of Middle Fork Lake, the first section of Willamette Middle Fork Tr3609 covers moderate terrain and is a nice riverside ride.
Alpine Trail 3450, Clark Butte Trail 3456.1, Cloverpatch Trail 3457, Eagles Rest Trail 3461, Eugene to Pacific Crest Trail 3559, Eula Ridge Trail 3463, Hardesty Trail 3469, Hardesty Way Trail 1402, Jones Trail 3472, Larison Creek Trail 3646, Larison Rock Trail 3607, Lone Wolf-Patterson Mountain Trail 3470, Lost Creek Trail 3462, Middle Fork Willamette Trail 3609, North Fork Trail 3666, Sawtooth Trail 1401, Tire Mountain Trail 3485, Winberry Divide Trail 3476
Black Canyon Campground, Shady Dell Campground
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.