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Little Tour of Molalla

  • Length:
    16 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Nearby Cities:
  • Region:
    Willamette Valley

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Turn right onto S Swiegle Ave 404 feet (123 meters)
Turn left onto E 4th St 0.2 miles (248 meters)
Turn right onto Eckerd Ave 299 feet (91 meters)
Turn left on E 5th St 0.4 miles (638 meters)
Turn right onto S Mathias Rd 0.8 miles (1208 meters)
Turn right onto S Eves Rd 0.4 miles (596 meters)
Continue straight onto S Sawtell Rd 1.2 miles (1922 meters)
Turn right to stay on S Herman Rd 1.5 miles (2367 meters)
Turn left onto S Dart Rd 1.6 miles (2518 meters)
Turn right onto OR-213 N/Cascade Hwy 0.2 miles (384 meters)
Turn left on S Mt Hope Rd 0.4 miles (575 meters)
Head west on S Mt Hope Rd 1.2 miles (1950 meters)
Continue north on S Dryland Rd 2.7 miles (4285 meters)
Head east on Toliver Rd 4.1 miles (6540 meters)
Continue north on S Molalla Ave 0.6 miles (995 meters)

The Molalla tour offers beginners a chance to enjoy both small-town Oregon and rural scenery on quiet secondary roads. On the outskirts of town the route takes riders through the outstanding Ivor Davies Nature Trail and then past Rosse Posse Acres, a working elk farm that includes a petting zoo and a bed-and-breakfast. Once out of town, enjoy the panoramic views of rolling farmland surrounding Molalla. There are several small climbs involved.

Motorized Vehicle Traffic: Light

Seasons: All

Start/End Point: Molalla Public Library, 201 E. 5th Street, Molalla.

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