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Road Cycling

Both the Aufderheide Scenic and the McKenzie/Santiam Scenic Byways are not to be missed. Many people enjoy touring on bicycles with stop overs at Forest campgrounds and day use sites. The areas listed here are popular stop offs for bike tour- ing, but there`s really no limit. Box Canyon Guard Station, Box Canyon Horse Camp, French Pete Campground, Frissell Crossing Campground, Paradise Campground, and Roaring River Group Campground.

Use caution on forest roads and plan your route ahead of time. Not all forest roads are paved or have suitable shoulders for shar- ing the road with cars and trucks. Please check for local condi- tions or with cycling clubs for recommended routes.

McKenzie River National Scenic Trail Mountain Biking

Mountain biking trails abound on public lands in the McKenzie River Ranger District. Remember to call their offi ce (541-822- 3381) before heading out to make sure roads and trails are open and cleared.

Here are eight areas that offer a great experience: Blue River

North Trail, Box Canyon Guard Station, Box Canyon Trail, Clear Lake, French Pete Trail, Ice Cap Creek Campground, Olallie Trail, and Upper McKenzie Trail.

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Home of the McKenzie Monster Burger Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

*** Orders to Go *** Open at 7 am, close at 8 pm, June - Aug. Milepost 26, McKenzie Hwy., Vida 541-896-3289

Quality McKenzie Lodging Since 1965

46725 Goodpasture Rd. Vida, Oregon 97488


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