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The Dalles, Oregon

21 mi   gravel

The Hollows Loop

Gravel route on Co Hwy 129, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"Up Pine, down Japanese."

17 mi   gravel

Forest Road 1700-661 to Ketchum Road

Gravel route from N Section Line Trail #451 to Vensel Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"The upper end of this road starts out very rough between the two green gates that are about 2 miles apart. After that it gradually gets better and better with lower 1/3 being very smooth wide gravel with lots of wildflowers in the spring. There may be some downed trees in the upper 2 miles also. "

2 mi   gravel

National Forest Development Road 4440 to 4440-140

Gravel route from NF-4440 to Pleasant Ridge Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

7 mi   gravel

to Moody Road

Gravel route from Co Hwy 143 to Fifteen Mile Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

2 mi   gravel

The Dalles-California Highway to Endersby Cutoff

Gravel route from US-197 to Eightmile Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"This was supposed to be part of the spring 2020 Gorge Gravel Grinder Race/Fondo."

11 mi   gravel

Pleasant Ridge Road to Japanese Hollow Road

Gravel route from Pleasant Ridge Rd to Co Hwy 129, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"This was supposed to be part of the spring 2020 Gorge Gravel Grinder Race/Fondo."

16 mi   gravel

Roberts Market Road to Hastings Ridge Road

Gravel route from Emerson Loop Rd to Center Ridge Rd, Dufur, Wasco County, Oregon

"This was supposed to be part of the spring 2020 Gorge Gravel Grinder Race/Fondo."

5 mi   gravel

McCoy Road to Company Hollow Road

Gravel route from Fifteen Mile Rd to Emerson Loop Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"This was supposed to be part of the spring 2020 Gorge Gravel Grinder Race/Fondo."

18 mi   gravel

Brooks Meadow - Skyline - 3 Mile

Gravel route from NF-1720 to 3 Mile County Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"On the west side, this route starts out on a single lane, old, paved road that eventually perfectly wears out into gravel and dirt as it descends from pine forest, into more sparse land with hardwood trees, and some very old farms. Pavement picks back up where the route ends at the east, but this paved road can be ridden another 7 miles into The Dalles. Heading west towards Mt. Hood, one can ride over the top and down to route 35, which is paved the entire way, but sees light traffic. At the unmarked pass of NF-44, a side road to the south, Lookout Mountain Road, is tough dirt and gravel, with sporadic views. "