Davis Creek Trail For Dirt Biking

The 37th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Oregon.

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In the Malheur National Forest, the Davis Creek Trail (#244) is a 9 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. It runs through dense forest. This trail has very little vertical relief for the first six miles from the southern end, running relatively close to the contours. The majority of the trail is in moderate to heavy timber with only a few scenic vistas. A number of ruins left from old mining and timber activities are visible from the trail.

Note: the southern trailhead is extremely route and not suited for passenger vehicles.

Directions: #1 East end - From US Highway 26, approximately 1/4 mile west of Austin Junction, turn north on Forest Service road #2614. Proceed approximately 2 miles to Forest Service Road 2614229. Turn south on Forest Service road 2614229, drive approximately 1/4 mile to the trailhead.

#2 West end - From County Road 20, turn south on Forest Service road 2050. Drive approximately 1/4 mile to trailhead. DO NOT TURN UP THE HILL AWAY FROM THE CREEK. Forest Service Road 2050072 up the creek bottom becomes impassable, you may use this road as part of the trail.

Overall, Davis Creek Trail is the 37th most popular dirt bike trail of all 48 dirt biking rides in Oregon.

Davis Creek Trail Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Malheur National Forest (541) 575-3000; Oregon Tourism (800) 547-7842.

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Fall Mountain Lookout (541) 575-2110

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/malheur/

GPS:  44.407, -118.943

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  8/9/2016

ID:  16433

Davis Creek Trail Dirt Biking Map


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