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A relatively flat, enjoyable ride along the shore of Dorena Lake. Riders can take a break at Culp Creek (the turnaround point on the east end of the lake) and make the quick journey to Wildwood Falls for a swim. There are also several covered bridges along this route, making for a unique riding experience.

There are lots of great places to stop and enjoy the view of the lake, as well as several scenic covered bridges along the route. And most of all, access to a bike path while logging miles is great!

Note: This bike route is part of the proposed Southern Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway, along with the Hamm Road Loop, Wolf Creek Loop and Northern Leg routes on this site.

More info:

Directions: Depart from Row River Road Weigh StationHead southwest toward Mosby Creek RoadMake sharp left on Mosby Creek TrailAt Mosby Creek Trailhead, meet Mosby Creek Road to the southFollow Mosby Creek Road to the eastArrive at GaroutteGo northeast on Garoutte RoadTurn right on Shoreview DriveBear right on Row River RoadBear right on Row River TrailArrive at Row River Trail, on the right in Culp CreekDepart Row River Trail at Culp CreekGo back northwest on Row River TrailArrive at junction of Row River Trail and Shoreview Drive on the leftContinue west on Row River TrailArrive Mosby Creek Trailhead *Be sure to access the bike path at the beginning of this route as it parallels Mosby Creek Road, and then once leaving Culp Creek, pick up the bike path again to go along the north shore of Dorena Lake.

Facility Type: Road Biking

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