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Moore Park Bike Skills Area

In Partnership with the City of Klamath Falls the Klamath Trails Alliance completed a mountain bike skills area in Moore Park. The park opened on August 13, 2021 and was constructed by well-known Dirt Mechanics – the same group that builds the Spence Mountain Trails and popular trails in Bend, OR including the Mount Bachelor Downhill Park.

The bike skills park is inside of the main walking loop in Moore Park and includes an endless series of loops over bridges and around sloped curves, jumps, berms, drops, corners, and obstacles appropriate to various skill levels of riders. This is a good place to hone your riding skills or just to have a little fun. Trailheads offer sections for raw beginners, intermediates and expert riders (green to black diamond).

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