Mountain Bike Whiskey Run

Rate this Adventure 11 miles 400 ft gain  - Loop Trail

Added by Josiah Roe

Miles of perfectly designed clay trails through coastal forests and bomber downhills.

The Whiskey Run mountain bike trail system features 9 interconnected trails of varying degrees and difficulty that can be added together to create at least an 11 mile loop. There are 6, 9, and 11 mile loops for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders.

There are two main parking areas for the trail network about a half mile apart, and to get there take Highway 101 north out of Bandon for 14 miles and then go left on E Beaver Hill Road for a mile before turning left on E Humphreys Road. The parking areas are clearly marked with signs and trail maps. 

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Mountain Biking
Easy Parking
Forest
Groups
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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