OC&E Trail is a 60.9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Klamath Falls, Oregon and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and mountain biking and is best used from March until November. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Long easy trail great for Mt bikers or Horseback riders This trail is best for Horseback riders or Mt bikers as it is long and the scenery is few and far between, spaced by relatively mundane Forestry and high desert. The best areas are the devils garden area, just off the Switchback trailhead south of the town of sprague river, and the fivemile creek area north of Bly. Hikers can acess strategic trailheads to see some of the more interesting sights but thru hiking is not recommended except as a practice or warmup for the longer Pacific Crest or Fremont Trails nearby.
I walked the first two miles starting at the Klamath Falls trailhead near Washburn and South 6th Street. Paved and flat it was a good chance to get a workout by speed walking. Cold out though. 30 degrees and a bit of snow.
Nice open level hiking path. We followed from the town of Sprague River to Beatty (about 14 miles). A very nice hidden lake, and beaver dams. Very little shelter, so you are hiking out in the open most of the time. It was interesting, but large stretches of farm land sometimes got monotonous.
This trail follows what used to be a railroad track converted into a nice trail. I've ridden my bike about 10 miles in this starting in K. Falls and going just out of town, this also works as a good running trail too. Very easy for kids since the trail is pretty much level most of the way.
Great bike ride I have only made it to olene myself but it's a good ride. Can get pretty windy out there so if you have sensitive ears prepare..