OC&E Woods Line Trail
Trailhead Elevation: 4147 ft
This is gorgeous countryside and the trail has many points of accessibility along its 100-mile length. For more information, refer to www.oregonstateparks.org.
OC&E Woods Line State Trail – this is Oregon’s longest linear park. This 100-mile trail is built on the old railbed of the Oregon, California and Eastern Railroad. The trail is open to all non-motorized recreation, beginning in the heart of Klamath Falls and extending east to Bly and north to the Sycan Marsh. The first 7.1 miles are paved; the remaining 88 miles of trail are less improved but still a great ride. Beautiful scenery abounds, with majestic Mt. Shasta rising to the south, plus farmland, juniper, sagebrush and timberlands, with highlights including Lost River and Merritt Creek Trestle. Camping is not allowed along the trail, except where designated. One such campground is at Switchback Trailhead (mile 32.5).