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  • OVERVIEW: Tillamook State Forest and W.T.F.
    Links Supporters Local Trailbuilders BRMBA CAMBA GFRA NWTA Other Builders COTA Evergreen Mtb Alliance IMBA Trail Solutions Ride Groups CO FREERIDERS Eugene Freeriders Westside Freeride Pedal Nation Hillsboro bike club Resources Trail System Guidelines IMBA Tool Resource Guide IMBA Building Wooden TTF s 10 Most Common Mistakes Wash County Land Use Dev Svcs Build Pump Track W T F Guidelines TEMPLATE Trail Proposal Trail Guidelines Northshore Inspection Checklist Freeride Build Guide 3D feature models Photo Gallery About Contact Us Files Events No events OVERVIEW Tillamook State Forest and W T F Written by Administrator Tuesday 16 October 2007 08 04 In 2002 Oregon Department of Forestry ODF designated over 11 000 acres within Tillamook State Forest as potential for system of mountain biking trails under a project name Mountain Bike Area 1 This area was identified as part of a 1994 plan which included technical trail riding opportunities Since that time the department has recognized the growing need for one way Downhill and purpose built Freeride mountain biking trails as aspect of this area In 2006 W T F stepped forward as a team of local mountain bike riders focused on collaborating with ODF to deliver on providing riding opportunities for challenge to variety of skill levels and styles including DH FR and All mountain While ODF continues developing a long term plan for the area W T F volunteers have been helping design DH and FR specific opportunities that would address the growing need and stand ready to organize volunteers to help with ongoing trail build and maintenance A draft of trail plan was submitted by W T F to ODF for consideration In spring of 2010 the ODF Forest Grove district made decision to put any further planning for a mountain biking specific trail network in Tillamook State

    Original URL path: http://westsidetrailfederation.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47:overview-mtb-bike-area-1-in-tillamook-state-forest&Itemid=52 (2016-04-24)
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  • OVERVIEW: Tillamook State Forest and W.T.F.
    riding opportunities for challenge to variety of skill levels and styles including DH FR and All mountain While ODF continues developing a long term plan for the area W T F volunteers have been helping design DH and FR specific opportunities that would address the growing need and stand ready to organize volunteers to help with ongoing trail build and maintenance A draft of trail plan was submitted by W

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  • Westside Trail Federation (W.T.F.)
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    Original URL path: http://westsidetrailfederation.org/index.php?option=com_mailto&tmpl=component&link=aHR0cDovL3dlc3RzaWRldHJhaWxmZWRlcmF0aW9uLm9yZy9pbmRleC5waHA/b3B0aW9uPWNvbV9jb250ZW50JnZpZXc9YXJ0aWNsZSZpZD00NzpvdmVydmlldy1tdGItYmlrZS1hcmVhLTEtaW4tdGlsbGFtb29rLXN0YXRlLWZvcmVzdCZJdGVtaWQ9NTI= (2016-04-24)
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  • OVERVIEW: L.L. "Stub" Stewart State Park
    List Items We Need Donate Links Supporters Local Trailbuilders BRMBA CAMBA GFRA NWTA Other Builders COTA Evergreen Mtb Alliance IMBA Trail Solutions Ride Groups CO FREERIDERS Eugene Freeriders Westside Freeride Pedal Nation Hillsboro bike club Resources Trail System Guidelines IMBA Tool Resource Guide IMBA Building Wooden TTF s 10 Most Common Mistakes Wash County Land Use Dev Svcs Build Pump Track W T F Guidelines TEMPLATE Trail Proposal Trail Guidelines Northshore Inspection Checklist Freeride Build Guide 3D feature models Photo Gallery About Contact Us Files Events No events OVERVIEW L L Stub Stewart State Park Written by Administrator Tuesday 16 October 2007 08 02 Stub Stewart State Park is the playground in your backyard Just 31 miles west of Portland the park offers camping picnicking and hiking If you like trails this is the park for you Explore nearly 15 miles of new trails Bring your horse or bicycle and spend hours exploring the far reaches of the park After a day of play finding a quiet spot to relax is easy in the 1 650 acres of lush rolling hills forest and deep canyons Have time for a day trip only The Hilltop Day use Area with its views

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  • Lodging Near local Trailheads
    1 Tillamook State Forest near Forest Grove Campgrounds Browns OHV Campground Diamond Mill Gales Creek Elk Creek Reehers Camp Jones Creek Jordan Creek OHV Staging Area Nehalem Falls Stagecoach Horse Camp More Info Nearest to trailhead is probably Gales Creek Elk Creek or if you ve got horses Stagecoach More info from ODF Forest Grove district recreation specialist Stagecoach is for horses mainly ODF does not encourage people to camp at trailheads due to parking and use constraints but there is a dispersed site 1 2 mile further up road from Storey Burn that people are free to use Cost 10 for Drive up sites and 5 for walk in sites Here s some rules scalped from ODF s site http arcweb sos state or us rules OARS 600 OAR 629 629 025 html On State Forest lands no person shall a Camp longer than 21 days out of any 35 day period more than a total of 60 days during a calendar year or the period of time permitted by the Forester b Camp within 25 feet of any body of water or in other areas posted closed to camping by the Department or c Leave personal property unattended

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