Off Road Oregon

Off-Roading in Oregon

Torque. High performance shocks. Reinforced safety roll cage. Custom reinforced bumpers. Side step with splash guard. Wide rims and radial tires. Just a few of the essentials you will need for riding an ATV to explore Oregon's incredible landscape. Imagine your ATV snaking through hidden gems that course across Hell's Canyon, through Columbia Gorge forest canopies, through pumice rock formations of East Fort Rock Trail System and along North Bend/Coos Bay scenic coast lines. Scenic landscapes ~ carefully mapped to identify trails, conditions, and ratings to maximize your ATV experience. Proper ATV education is important for a safe riding experience and healthy respect for access to this beautiful land.

Top Off-Roading Trails in Oregon

Unforgettable sand dunes, dry riverbeds, hardcore mudders and more offer unique trails for newbies to experts. Just in case you don't have time to explore the vast network of unforgettable trails, here's a look at some of the top amazing trails to add to your "must experience" list:

  • Mt. Fanny La Grande, Oregon.
  • Virtue Flat Baker City, Oregon.
  • Radar Hill Oregon.
  • Blue Ridge Trails Oregon.

Safety, Etiquette, and Enthusiasm

Every operator is an ambassador of ATV safety, etiquette, and enthusiasm. Some key safety tips to keep in mind include:

  • Inquire with the land manager for your designated trail about weather conditions and to ensure access is still available.
  • Dress appropriately (including protective gear).
  • Never ride alone, no matter what.
  • Notify someone of your plans, route, estimated departure and return.
  • Carry water and snacks.
  • Have functional knowledge of basic on-the-trail repair tools (including tow strap) and first aid.
  • Carry a cell phone and/or two-way radio.
  • Carry a GPS, map, or compass.
  • Pack an emergency blanket.

Protect Oregon's fragile ecosystem and only ride on designated trails to minimize impact to sensitive areas. Familiarize yourself with trail signs including the level of difficulty. Ride your ATV (with lights on at all times) on road open for public use. Always monitor your speed as you may encounter loggers, construction, or cattle! Wear bright clothing and know hunting schedules in your designated area. Do not purposefully harm or harass people, critters, or the natural terrain. And never litter. Be sure to wash your clothes and ATV after each ride to minimize the transport of weed or invasive plant infestation.

To get all the proper gear for off-roading visit your premier Oregon ATV & Motorcycle Dealership, Edge Performance Sports.