This route is the bigger bother to the Sublimity Hills ride — a bit more distance, a bit more gain. We expect great views and riding like the Sublimith Hills ride. Note, the pictures above are from the Sublimity Hills ride, not this route.
However, we have not ridden any of this route, but it sure has our attention! If you give it a go we would appreciate a ride report via the Share Your Ride form or at least some feedback (pictures would be great!) below using the comment block. The more we can work together as a community (and organically), the more fully curated, 5 Star routes we can publish.
Adventure / Gravel Route
Terrain & Technical Riding Difficulty[what this means]
This is an educated guess based on the riding difficulty of the Sublimity Hills route.
When we like to ride this …
We like to ride this route whenever it’s not pouring rain since the views never get old, and the vehicle traffic is always light. It is a great mid-week or weekend ride to train or maintain for the really big rides.
Park at the Southeast corner of Church Park, where there are nice restrooms.
Lat / Long: 44.830178, -122.790973
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Some of the highlights we expect along this ride are rolling, lush hills, the quiet beauty of Silver Falls state park and the historic town of Sublimity.of this ride are big views of Mt Hood, the historic Timberline Lodge, and a fun, flowy downhill single track.
This route was brought to our attention by the same person who authored the Sublimity Hills ride.
Food & Water
40 mm tires are just about right, we think.
This route can be combined with the Sublimity Hills route to give a longer and more demanding ride.
A highlight of this route is Silver Falls state park. If your looking to get involved with time, talent, or money we would recommend that you take a look at Friends of Silver Falls.
- March 2021 / Original Post as a Development Route.