17K Vert In a Day – Oregon Adventures (Oakridge)
August 13, 2016
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Not for the faint of heart…or thighs. 17K in a day is what All-Mountain is all about. The 17K is actually over 18K now with the new trail added to the top of Dead Mt. Trail this year. Great views, great shredding, and thighs that won’t mind a dip in the river afterward.These rides are designed for the rider who wants the most out of their riding experience, in a day to play. Up to 45 miles of single track paradise awaits you on this tour.
But before you think this is all downhill—guess again and don’t even think of bringing a DH bike. While descending over 18,000 feet, you’ll still have to earn some of it, with about 4,000 feet of climbing.
This ride is for advanced riders only.
We’ll pack your lunch—all you need to bring is your bike! This is an all-day tour, covering six separate trails, so we start earlier and finish later than any of our other tours. It’s like the best powder day… only on a bike. Price includes free shirt, shuttles (lots of them), lunch, snacks and your local professional guides.
17K in a Day by the numbers
6 trails, 18,000 feet of descending, 4,000 feet of climbing, and 45 miles of sweet single track including Alpine, “The Double” (Lawler and Hardesty Trails), Larison Rock, Dead Mt (formally) Flat Creek and Aubrey Mountain trails. Whew!