Oregon Mountain Biking Opportunities: Mountain of the Rogue

The Mountain of the Rogue Trail System provides a range of trail opportunities that are optimized for mountain bikes. The system is designed so that the further you climb the more technically challenging the trails become. Expert level riders who ascend to the top of the system will be rewarded with hand built single-track trails that careen through steep and rocky hillsides, characterized by ample amounts of exposure.

The lower elevation trails within the system provide the perfect opportunity for beginner and intermediate riders to play on mountain bike features such as rollers, table tops and large bermed turns. The system currently offers 13.5 miles of trails, incorporating various trail construction techniques that produce a broad range of riding experiences.

One of the Bureau of Land Management's "Backyard to Backcountry" treasures, information on the Mountain of the Rogue Trail System was developed between IMBA and the Medford, OR, BLM office to provide world-class riding experiences. IMBA's data on the trail includes elevations, ratings, current conditions, photos, and comments.

Mountain of the Rogue Trail System

Need to Know

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Plan Your Visit

  • Season Dates: January 1 - December 31
  • Fee: None
  • Size: 13.5 miles
  • Elevation Gain/Loss: 1,300+ feet
  • Difficulty: Trails range from beginner to advanced

Quick Links


  • The Mountain of the Rogue Trail System is easily accessible from Interstate 5 about 18 miles north of Medford and 7 miles south of Grants Pass. From I-5: Take Exit 48 into the town of Rogue River. Turn right onto East Main Street and curve right as it becomes North River Road. Continue travelling 1 mile to the trailhead parking lot.

Contact Information

Medford District Office
3040 Biddle Road
Medford, OR 97504


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