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Baskett Slough Winery Ride

  • Length:
    14.7 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Nearby Cities:
    Rickreall, Monmouth, Dallas
  • Region:
    Willamette Valley

Trailhead Elevation: 252 ft

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Great way to combine bird watching, wine and gravel riding. This loop is great for the beginner. Less than .5 mile on Highway 99 (wide shoulders). The route has a total of 290 feet of elevation gain. The route has some gentle rollers and gravel is 3/4 minus but there are usually worn areas where cars have traveled. You really get a sense of the beauty of the valley on the ride with very pretty views of the slough and West Salem hills.

Outhouse at start. Wineries: Van Duzer and Cherry Hill Winery.


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