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Based on historical significance and rugged beauty alone, this trail ranks as epic. As a pure mountain bike trail it is rather short and not built too well for riding. The journey begins with a long bumpy dirt road drive out past the Cow Creek bridge that crosses the Imnaha River. You then...

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Overlook Trail at La Grande Reservoir

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Distance: 
5.90Km

Thanks to Less Traveled Northwest for the tip on this easy singletrack trail that might be one of the flattest mountain bike trails around La Grande. It treats you with a nice view of La Grande Reservoir at the end. It is short, and a good trail for beginners or families to ride.

Imnaha to Dug Bar

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Distance: 
49.17Km

A compelling journey to the depths of hell--or the end of Oregon--depending on how you want to look at it. This ride takes you right into the heart of Hells Canyon to where the road ends at Dug Bar. Do it as an out and back and gain 10,000 ft of climbing. The road is going to be much more enjoyable on a bike compared to a car, except that you should fill all your pockets with patch kits and puncture sealant to take care of the goatheads that abound.

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