Ashland Woodland and Trails Association (AWTA) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 volunteer-based community organization committed to helping preserve, maintain, and provide appropriate public access to the woodlands and trails in the broader Ashland, Oregon area.
AWTA works under the auspices of the USDA Forest Service, the Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Ashland Forest Lands Committee to design, build and maintain a variety of trails used by hikers, runners, cyclists, and equestrians in the Ashland watershed. Additionally, we work with the Pacific Crest Trail Association to maintain sections of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland.
For hikers: Here’s a select hike list sorted by distance.
For mt bikers: Here’s a select mt bike list sorted by distance.
For runners: consult the TAROT (Torsten’s Ashland Runs on Trail) selected list of routes, sortable by distance, vertical, and trailhead.
For Everyone: Our interactive trail map features search capabilities for hiking and biking routes by length, trailhead, and trail.