Routes are listed roughly by distance. The Route Search can also be used to identify a suitable trail or route.

25. SOB 50 Mile Course

  – Distance: 49.1 miles (actual miles are closer to 50)
  – Min/max elev.: 4052’/7489′
  – Elev. gain/loss: 8370’/-8370′

Starting at the Mt Ashland lodge, head southwest through the parking lots to Road 20 briefly before turning left on FS 40S15.…

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SOB 100k Race Route

   – Distance: 60.15 mi (actual is closer to 62)
   – Min/max elev.: 2931’/7469′
  – Elev. gain/loss: 11,564’/-11,564′

Starting at the Mt Ashland lodge, head southwest through the parking lots to Road 20 briefly, before veering left on FS 40S15.…

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23. Eastside Triple Loop

  – Distance: 23.9 miles
  – Min/max elev.: 2215’/5848′
  – Elev. gain/loss: 4270’/-4270′

Starting at Witzend, head out Waterline, up Bandersnatch, turn right at Red Queen. At the top of Red Queen, turn right onto Caterpillar.…

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Bandersnatch

Bandersnatch

Bandersnatch is probably the most popular forest lands trail in the Ashland watershed. It’s a pedestrian-equestrian trail that starts just off the Waterline Trail near Lithia Park and climbs steeply at times to reach its summit where it crosses the Alice in Wonderland Trail.…

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Wonder Trail

Wonder Trail

All about Wonder:
1.6 miles long
avg grade: 7.4%
ascent: 657′
descent: 37′

Multi-use trail, bikes uphill direction only. The Wonder trail starts 1.7 miles up FS Road 2060 from the top of Lithia Park on the west side of the Ashland watershed.…

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Wagner Glade

Connecting FS Road 2060 to Wagner Glade Gap and the Wagner Lookout trail, Wagner Butte trail and the Split Rock Trail, this 2.3 mile trail with 1,700 feet of elevation gain/loss offers many excellent views of the Rogue Valley, Mt Mcloughlin, Mt Ashland and the Ashland Watershed.…

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Lower Red Queen

Lower Red Queen

This trail was substantially re-routed and rebuilt in 2016 and connects from Ashland Loop Rd near the Cottle-Phillips trails to Bandersnatch, Jubjub and Red Queen.

It climbs steeply at times on a ridge and affords views of parts of the Rogue Valley.…

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Red Queen

Red Queen

Red Queen is a popular hiking and running trail in the lower eastern side of the Ashland watershed.

At the low end, this trail starts on the Bandersnatch trail just above the Snark Trail.…

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Fell on Knee

Fell on Knee

New in 2017, Fell on Knee Trail offers compelling singletrack alternative to adjacent and parallel Hitt Road. On the high end, Fell on Knee starts about a half mile below the intersection of FS Road 2060 and Hitt Rd (FS Road 2060-400).…

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