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Moore Mountain Trail System

A great trail system with over 15 miles of well-loved trails close to downtown Klamath Falls! Enjoy walking, mountain biking, hiking or trail running. Trailhead access points are located at the Eulalona Trailhead off Cypress Avenue, in Moore Park on the south end of Upper Klamath Lake, and near Buck Ridge Development on the West end of Lakeshore Drive. Outstanding views are possible of Link River Canyon to the East, Lake Ewauna to the South, and Upper Klamath Lake and Mt. Scott to the North. The Moore Park Trail System as a whole offers a wide variety of terrain for all user groups.


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