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Cox Pass System (Lakeview)

  • Length:
    6 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Best Season(s):
  • Nearby Cities:
    Lakeview, Summer Lake, New Pine Creek, Plush, Paisley
  • Region:
    Southern Oregon
  • Attributes:
    Moderately Technical, Mountain Views, Single-Track

Trailhead Elevation: 0 ft


In Oregon, a bicycle is legally considered a vehicle, and the same Oregon road laws apply. Please “be seen” and practice safe riding. Vehicle traffic, farm equipment and narrow shoulders exist on many Oregon roads, and you may find that construction projects, traffic or other events may cause road conditions or signage to differ from the map results, ride descriptions and directions. For travel options plus weather and road conditions, visit, call 511 (in Oregon only), 800.977.6368 or 503.588.2941. Routes listed on this website are for informational purposes and intended as a reference guide only.


The Cox Pass Trailhead accesses the middle section of the Fremont National Recreation Trail, which is open to hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bike riders. Excellent views of Abert Rim are featured. This trail is still under construction, currently users can travel 50 miles north on the trail from Cox Pass to Government Harvey Pass. The route to the south has not been constructed yet.

Accommodations include a parking area (adequate for trailer turnaround), a
toilet, and signed trail directions. Activities include bird watching, wildlife viewing and photography.

Directions: From Lakeview: Travel 6 miles north past the Lakeview Ranger Station on Highway 395, and turn left on County Road 2-14. Follow County Road 2-14 for 4 miles, and it turns into Forest Road 3628. Stay on Forest Road 3628 for 2 miles, and turn right at the fork onto Forest Road 3625. Follow Forest Road 3625 for 1 mile and you should see the Trailhead.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-Mid-October (Trail and parking area maintained during these dates.)

Trail is 6 miles long, one way.

For more information, call the Fremont National Forest, 541-947-2151, or Lake County Chamber of Commerce, 541-947-6040.


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