Sandy Ridge Trail System 62700-62702 e barlow Trail Rd
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Sandy Ridge Trail System
62700-62702 E Barlow Trail Rd
Brightwood, OR 97011
Bull Run Watershed
Please note that the Sandy Ridge Trails are
next to the Bull Run Watershed Management
Unit. Entering the Management Unit is strictly
prohibited and punishable under federal law.
one of the better days you’ll spend on a bicycle.
Know before you go
The Sandy Ridge Trail System is open YEAR ROUND.
Riders use HOMESTEAD ROAD to access trails.
Most trails are meant to be travelled in DOWNHILL DIRECTION only.
are ALLOWED but must be LEASHED (max. 6 feet) in the
parking lot. Please dispose all pet waste in trash receptacles.
are susceptible to damage. When trails are wet, please consider
other riding options.
The Sandy Ridge Trail System is about 40 miles east of Portland off US Hwy 26. At about
11 miles east of Sandy, Oregon, take a left on East Sleepy Hollow Drive. Then take the
second right turn onto East Barlow Trail Road. After one mile on East Barlow Trail Road,
look on the left for the Sandy Ridge Trailhead sign. There is parking for about 50 vehicles.
Welcome to the Sandy Ridge Trails!
Twist and shout as you glide down 15 plus miles of mountain-bike specific single track. From beginners
and families to advanced riders catching air, Sandy Ridge has become one of the “go-to” destinations
for mountain biking in Oregon. Designed for flow, these trails are a short jaunt from Sandy and west of
Mt. Hood. If you stay on the trails and out of the Bull Run watershed, riding the Sandy Ridge Trails is
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