Mountain Biking

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Sitting at 7,100 feet above sea level, Anthony Lakes has the highest base elevation of any ski area in Oregon. Anthony Lakes boasts some of the best snow around during the winter  and during the summer months, ALMR has some of the best mountain biking trails around.

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Featured Trails

The Broadway Flow Trail is almost three miles of flowing downhill & banked turns, available to all levels of riders. This trail was made possible through RTP funds and was built by Dirt Mechanics. It’s a must ride if you’re in the area.

Over 8 miles of single track trails follow the Nordic ski corridors and offer a little of everything; from 1000 ft. climbs to the top of the mountain, to rugged, rocky descents. With multiple high lakes and beautiful granite peaks, these trails are scenic and fun!

Side-by-side shuttles are available on Saturday’s and Sunday’s from early July to mid-September. These shuttles take you from the parking lot to the top of the Broadway Flow Trail. Shuttles cost $10/ride or $50/day. No reservations necessary. Sign up for shuttles is at the Starbottle Cafe.

Trail Maps

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Located at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort, 19 miles West of 1-84 at North Powder

Located just 5 miles North of La Grande, at the Mount Emily Recreation Area

Located 20 miles SW of Baker City off Highway 7

Located in the Elkhorn range of the Blue Mountains, just 10 miles West of Baker City