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Frenchglen Loop

  • Length:
    276.1 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Nearby Cities:
    Frenchglen, Princeton, Diamond
  • Region:
    Eastern Oregon

Trailhead Elevation: 4195 ft

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This might just be the best bike tour in Oregon. Combine several hot springs, a desert, gobs of remoteness, burgers and shakes, one of the top wildlife refuges in America, hidden caves, a historic hotel with great food (now a state park), wild horses, and lots of Oregon history… It includes the mountain loop road, which is closed 9 months of the year. Its easy to bypass and still makes for a great tour regardless. Additional mileage can include adding the Diamond Loop (scenic byway), and/or starting in Burns.

Frenchglen, Fields, The Narrows, Crystal Crane Hot Springs

Tire: 32-40c


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