Blue Ridge Trail System

Activities: Cycling, Walking & Hiking

Blue Ridge Trail

Length: 12 miles of trail

Difficulty: Moderate

Surface Dirt

Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Appropriate for hiking, cycling, equestrians and OHV

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From Coos Bay – From the south end of Coos Bay, head 4 miles south on US 101 and turn left onto Coos-Sumner Ln. Continue on for 7.6 miles.  Turn left onto Blue Ridge Rd. (BLM Rd. # 26-12-4.2).  Continue on for 2.4 miles and turn right onto Rd. # 26-12-35.0.  Go 0.1 mile and turn right onto Rd. # 26-12-35.1.  Go 0.9 mile and turn left onto Rd. # 26-12-35.4.  Continue on 0.3 mile to the parking area.

From Coquille – From the northwest end of Coquille, head 10.2 miles northwest on Hwy. 42 (which merges into US 101) and turn right onto Coos-Sumner Ln.  Follow directions above.

From Fairview – From the Four Corners Store at Fairview, head 4.6 miles northwest on the Coos Bay Wagon Rd. and turn right onto Blue Ridge Rd. (BLM Rd. # 26-12-4.2).  Follow directions above.

Trail Description:

The trail system is a web of trails which can be ridden alone or linked with gravel roads.  Use the map to explore or follow the markers.  Note: some trails are directional (ridden one-way).  Please don’t ride the trails when wet-Thanks!

For more information, trail conditions and maps contact:Coos Bay District BLM at (541)756-0100 or visit their web site at Ridge Trail Map