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The Oregon Timber Trail and the Fremont Tier begin high up in the Warner Mountains quite near the tri-state corner of California, Nevada and Oregon. You’ll crest 8,300 feet in the first 15 miles—the highest point on the whole route as you work your way north along exposed, rocky ridgelines. Mount Shasta will be viewable in the distance across vast plains and valleys to the south, and the snowy tips of the Three Sisters to the north will start poking from the horizon. The Basin and Range segment deals a healthy dose of ups and downs giving riders an appreciation for the geologic forces that shaped this landscape. It also lends a glimpse into Oregon’s rich ranching history and how settlers and modern farmers manifest their livelihood.
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