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Airport Loop Extended

The Airport loop offers an excellent ride south of town to the city of Merrill.  Start at Veterans Park and weave your way through city traffic for 2 miles before jumping off on the OC&E State Trail, a converted rails-to-trails project.  Cruise on the OC&E for 5 miles to Reeder Rd where you exit onto low traffic country roads.  The city of Merrill is 22 miles into the ride and offers a good place to grab a cold one!  Head back on Lower Klamath Road and you’ll see even fewer cars until you reach civilization again about 5 miles from town.

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