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Running Y Loop (Triple Loop)

Running Y Loop, also known as Triple Loop, offers a nice alternative to riding the flat farm roads south of town. If you enjoy a few hills and like to browse the homes of Klamath’s premier destination resort this ride is for you! Start at Veterans Park downtown and proceed to Lakeshore Drive where you pass Moore Park and cruise along the south edge of the lake. At mile 7.2 make sure and turn at the Fire Station, right before Lakeshore drive merges onto Hwy 140, and jump on the Running Y bike path. Amenities along the way include Hutch’s Bicycle Store, Gathering Grounds Coffee, Lakeshore Landing as well as several options for food and beverage at the Running Y Resort.

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