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470 Mile Loop, 890 Total Miles: Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride: Crescent, Paisley, Diablo Rim.

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Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride: Crescent Lake, Fort Rock, Silver Lake, Paisley and the Diablo Rim. 12 Map Collection. Includes the 17 mile Rim Butte Jeep Trail. Most Difficult to Extreme. A few moderate routes. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Read This Please ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! This is a 12 Map Bundle. Legend on Map #2. Required Space 2,260mb or 2.26gb. Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride: Crescent Lake, Fort Rock, Paisley and the Diablo Rim. (Blue), 470 miles. Additional Routes (Purple), 420 Miles with multiple points of interest. Plan your ride well. You may need to carry extra fuel depending on the route you choose and additional stops you make. Red routes will take you to some of the staging and parking areas. The are RV parks in Fort Rock (South of the Hwy), Crescent (Hwy 97), and Crescent Junction (South of Hwy 58). You can ride from the RV parks. Need help with Avenza? centraloregonsxs.com There are several start points. Crescent, Fort Rock, Silver Lake, East Fort Rock OHV Trail System (2510 and South Lava Staging Areas), South Ice Cave and dispersed site on Forest Road 22 at China Hat Road(Rd #18). Dispersed site just off of the Cascade Lakes Hwy near the Crescent Cutoff Rd on Forest Road 4680. More sites are marked on the maps. Options for camping and day use parking. The Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride: Crescent Lake, Fort Rock, Silver Lake and the Diablo Rim maps will take you to several of Oregon’s Historic Towns. Fort Rock, Silver Lake, Paisley, Crescent, Chemult and Summer Lake. Experience the beauty of the Deschutes and Fremont-Winema National Forests. Explore the deserts of eastern Oregon and the Diablo Rim. You can visit many of Oregon’s special places: Derrick Cave, Oregon’s Largest Juniper Tree, Crack in the Ground, Hole in the Ground, Big Hole, Sugar Pine Mountain Lookout, Bald Mountain, Winter Rim (Fremont Point), Bald Butte Lookout, Diablo Rim and several other sites that will provide many opportunities to add to your photo library. Have lunch at the Pioneer Saloon in Paisley (Amazing Pizza), or dinner at the Cowboy Dinner Tree in Silver Lake (you will need reservations months in advance). You can also have lunch or dinner at a variety of small restaurants in the towns that you will pass through. Don't miss the Broasted Chicken at Manley's in Crescent Lake Junction. Be prepared, plan your trip well. It can be over 100 miles between gas stops depending on the route you take and the number of detours you take on the additional routes and to the additional points of interest. Mileage is printed on each segment of the routes on the map. The Blue route is the main loop and is 470 miles. Want a challenge and some bragging rights? Try this route nonstop in under 24 hours. Included: Rim Butte Jeep Trail. Rim Butte has several trails totaling 17 miles and 2 staging areas with restrooms. These are rock crawl trails rated as Most Difficult to Extreme. Experienced Drivers and capable vehicles only. It is your responsibility to know where you are and that you are on a route that is legal for your vehicle. Maps are produced to provide you with legal routes to enjoy with your Off Highway Vehicle (OHV). This includes all Classes of OHV, Class I (ATV), Class II (Jeep, truck, etc.), Class III Motorcycle) and Class IV (SxS). If you wish to go off of the routes displayed on the maps and explore in the National Forest you will also need the Motor Vehicle Use Maps for the forest you are planning to visit. The majority of these roads are not maintained and may be impassable due to water runoff, slides, down trees, administrative closures, etc. Some roads may have become impassable since the publishing of these maps. You ride at your own risk. This product is produced from information prepared from several sources. Map publisher cannot assure the reliability or suitability of this information for a particular purpose. The Data and product accuracy may vary due to compilation from various sources, including modeling and interpretation, and may not meet National Map Accuracy Standards. This information may be updated, corrected, or otherwise modified without notification. For questions regarding road use in the National Forest please refer to the Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). An MVUM is a legal enforceable document that identifies the roads, trails, and areas where motor vehicles use is allowed in the Forest Service administrative unit or ranger district. MVUMs are reissued each year. It is the responsibility of the motor vehicle user to acquire the current MVUM. The MVUMs display National Forest System (NFS), routes (roads and trails), designated as open to motorized travel. The MVUMs also display allowed uses by motor vehicle class (ex. highway-legal vehicles, vehicles 50 inches in width or less, motor cycles and open to all vehicles; seasonal allowances, off travel distance allowances, and provides information on other travel rules and regulations. Visitors should not rely on any other maps for making decisions about motorized travel. A current printed copy of the Forest MVUM is available FREE from local Forest Service offices, and the current downloadable copy is available FREE from www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/ohv/ohv_maps.shtml Please contact the local land manager, Forest Service, BLM or State Forests for more information about motor vehicle use on the lands they manage. If you are on a forest road and you come to a closed gate that is not locked and does not display a NO TRESPASSING or PRIVATE PROPERTY sign you can pass through but please close the gate behind you. Be Safe. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Read This Please ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! This is a 12 Map Bundle Required Space 1,612 Mb. Central Oregon Where to Ride: Crescent Lake, Fort Rock, Paisley and the Diablo Rim. (Blue), 470 miles Additional Routes (Purple), 420 Miles Need help with Avenza? centraloregonsxs.com There are several start points. Options for camping and day use parking. The Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride: Crescent Lake, Fort Rock, Silver Lake and the Diablo Rim maps will take you to several of Oregon’s Historic Towns. Fort Rock, Silver Lake, Paisley, Crescent, Chemult and Summer Lake. Experience the beauty of the Deschutes and Fremont-Winema National Forests. Explore the deserts of eastern Oregon and the Diablo Rim. You can visit many of Oregon’s special places: Derrick Cave, Oregon’s Largest Juniper Tree, Crack in the Ground, Hole in the Ground, Big Hole, Sugar Pine Mountain Lookout, Bald Mountain, Winter Rim (Fremont Point), Bald Butte Lookout, Diablo Rim and several other sites that will provide an opportunity to add to your picture library. Have lunch at the Pioneer Saloon in Paisley (Amazing Pizza), and dinner at the Cowboy Dinner Tree in Silver Lake (you will need reservations months in advance). You can also have lunch or dinner at a variety of small restaurants in the towns that you will pass through. Be prepared, plan your trip well. It can be over 100 miles between gas stops depending on the route you take and the number of detours you take on the additional routes and to the additional points of interest. Mileage is printed on each segment of the routes on the map. The Blue route is the main loop and is 470 miles. Want a challenge and some bragging rights? Try this route nonstop in under 24 hours. Included: Rim Butte Jeep Trail. Rim Butte has several trails totaling 17 miles and 2 staging areas with restrooms. These are rock crawl trails rated as Most Difficult to Extreme. Experienced Drivers and capable vehicles only. It is your responsibility to know where you are and that you are on a route that is legal for your vehicle. Maps are produced to provide you with legal routes to enjoy with your Off Highway Vehicle (OHV). This includes all Classes of OHV, Class I (ATV), Class II (Jeep, truck, etc.), Class III Motorcycle) and Class IV (SxS). If you wish to go off of the routes displayed on the maps and explore in the National Forest you will also need the Motor Vehicle Use Maps for the forest you are planning to visit. The majority of these roads are not maintained and may be impassable due to water runoff, slides, down trees, administrative closures, etc. Some roads may have become impassable since the publishing of these maps. You ride at your own risk. This product is produced from information prepared from several sources. Map publisher cannot assure the reliability or suitability of this information for a particular purpose. The Data and product accuracy may vary due to compilation from various sources, including modeling and interpretation, and may not meet National Map Accuracy Standards. This information may be updated, corrected, or otherwise modified without notification. For questions regarding road use in the National Forest please refer to the Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). An MVUM is a legal enforceable document that identifies the roads, trails, and areas where motor vehicles use is allowed in the Forest Service administrative unit or ranger district. MVUMs are reissued each year. It is the responsibility of the motor vehicle user to acquire the current MVUM. The MVUMs display National Forest System (NFS), routes (roads and trails), designated as open to motorized travel. The MVUMs also display allowed uses by motor vehicle class (ex. highway-legal vehicles, vehicles 50 inches in width or less, motor cycles and open to all vehicles; seasonal allowances, off travel distance allowances, and provides information on other travel rules and regulations. Visitors should not rely on any other maps for making decisions about motorized travel. A current printed copy of the Forest MVUM is available FREE from local Forest Service offices, and the current downloadable copy is available FREE from www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/ohv/ohv_maps.shtml Please contact the local land manager, Forest Service, BLM or State Forests for more information about motor vehicle use on the lands they manage. If you are on a forest road and you come to a closed gate that is not locked and does not display a NO TRESPASSING or PRIVATE PROPERTY sign you can pass through but please close the gate behind you. Be Safe.

Price: $ 14.99 USD


Vendor: Central Oregon SxS Where to Ride

Primary Category: Recreation

Secondary Categorization: Off Roading

Published: 2020-January

Language: English

Size: 1.1 GB

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