Hiking and Biking
Klamath Country is a great place for cyclists. One can take a ride along the marina for a lakeshore picnic, passing the Link River, or ride down a single downhill track at Brown Mountain. Cyclists have plenty of choices, with heart pounding excitement and spectacular scenery among the options.
For those who love the outdoors Klamath County can fill all of your recreational desires. Within the city of Klamath Falls, check out Moore Park, located on the southern shore of Klamath Lake, the Link River Nature Trail along the historic Link River, or try the Downtown Historic Walking Tour through downtown Klamath Falls
You will also find a Lake Ewauna Wing Watchers Nature Trail along Lake Ewauna teeming with abundant waterfowl and wildlife. The OCE&E Woods Line State Trail, a 100-mile rails-to-trails conversion is paved from Klamath Falls to the small rural community of Olene providing a scenic mixture of ranch lands, rivers and forested buttes.
For day hikes and biking within an hour's drive of Klamath Falls, head toward the wilderness area North, South, East and West and enjoy the Mountain Lakes Wilderness, Pacific Crest Trail, Lake of the Woods Trails, Mt. McLoughlin Trail and much more.
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