OC&E Woods Line State Trail

OC&E Woods Line State Trail

The OC&E Woods Line State Trail is a rail trail in Klamath and Lake counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is Oregon's longest state park. The trail follows the old OC&E (Oregon, California and Eastern) and Weyerhaeuser railroads from Klamath Falls to Thompson Reservoir. Along its 105-mile (169 km) length it passes through the communities of Olene, Sprague River, Dairy, Beatty, and Bly.

The OC&E Woods Line State Trail is paved from Klamath Falls to the community of Olene, approximately 8 miles. Beyond Olene, the trail surface is graded and compacted, which attracts mountain bikers, hikers, anglers, equestrian users, and wildlife watchers. Additionally, the trail has a gentle 2% slope grade.

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... The Woods Line is a trail that branches off the OC E State Trail near Beatty outside of Klamath Falls and heads northward ... The trail crosses over the Sprague River and next to the Sycan Shops ... The trail meets Five Mile Creak after 10 miles and runs along as its companion for 6 miles crossing over it several times ...

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