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Ride Report Ossagon Trail Redwoods National Park

Ride Report Ossagon Trail Redwoods National Park

Riding in the Redwoods is one of those opportunities of a lifetime. The massive size of the trees, deep foliage, moist dirt, and stunning scenery make for a truly epic adventure. The route today begins in Redwood National Park at the Ossagon trail-head. Traveling west for 1.5 miles along a single track trail that descends several hundred feet to the Coastal Trail.

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The ride then follows the coastal trail for 8 miles before climbing inland along Davidson Rd.

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Along the ride wild elk are easily spotted.

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After climbing inland the ride follows the Davidson Trail to the visitor center at Elk Prairie. The return ride to the vehicle is 8 miles up paved Newton B Drury Scenic Parkway through the Redwood forest.

The Redwoods are blessed with near constant fog and moisture making for comfortable riding weather and epic views.



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