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Sherman’s March Loop

  • Length:
    35.4 miles
  • Difficulty:
    Moderate
  • Best Season(s):
    Spring to Fall
  • Nearby Cities:
    Camp Sherman, Sisters, Culver
  • Region:
    Central Oregon

Trailhead Elevation: 2945 ft

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This route takes in the beauty and attractions of the Camp Sherman area: the Head of the Metolius, the Wizard Falls fish hatchery, the river, the town, the shoulder of Black Butte and a recent burn.

**Adventure / Gravel Route
- Loop
- Location: Camp Sherman, OR
- Mixed route: 4 gravel sectors @ 20.5 miles total (1.5, 6, 9, 4)

**Difficulty:
Intermediate. Rating based on the length and elevation of the ride and the pitch (6%+) up to Cinder Pit Butte lookout.

**The Start:
At the country store in Camp Sherman.

**Food / Water:
At mile 11 you are within several hundred yards of the Camp Sherman store. At mile 16 you can refill water at the fish hatchery.

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