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2023 Grizzly Mountain

April 15 near Madras Oregon!


Friday Vet In

The Ride


APRIL 15, 2023

Welcome to the Grizzly Mtn Ride Homepage!

Please go to Grizzly Mtn Ride FB page for updates and information. If you are not on FB, please contact grizzlymtnride@gmail.com.

Ride Camp:

Ride camp will be on the Miller Ranch, on Hwy 26. A beautiful flat ride camp with lots of horse water, a communal bonfire, and room to spread out.

(Please thank Roger and Sara Miller for their generosity and hospitality if you see them!)

Location:

12205 Hwy 26, Madras, OR

Central Oregon: Hwy 97 traveling South, left at the south end of Madras, OR onto SE Hwy 26 (Madras-Prineville Hwy). Travel 11.5 mi

From Hwy 97, traveling North, in Terrebonne, turn right onto Smith Rock Way. go approximately 5.5 miles, turn left onto Lone Pine Rd, go approximately 6 miles to SE Hwy 26, turn left, go 2 miles, turn right towards camp.

Signs will be out on Hwy 26.

Trails:

Mixed high desert trails, lots of two track road and cow trails, and some gravel road. Some sections of rock. Very doable “spring ride” trails! Plentiful water. Please seriously consider hoof protection. Gentle rolling elevation changes. Gates! This area is grazed by range cattle, so gates are a fact of life out here. Hopefully, as has been the case in past years, we’ll be having the ride ahead of the cattle being released into most of the area and the gates won’t be much of an issue, but we’re planning to have gate keepers out there for you.