Cape Blanco to Port Orford

  • Overview- Cape Blanco State Park is the farthest west place to camp and ride in Oregon. This full day ride starts at the Cape Blanco trails for a little singletrack to get you warmed up, and ends just north of Port Orford Heads at Tseriadun Beach. Enjoy a quiet coast, lined by sandy cliffs with the picturesque Cape Blanco Lighthouse to your north. Make sure you get a chance to climb up the lighthouse to see the famous Fresnel Lens. (travel read: A Salty Piece of Land by Jimmy Buffett)  Read up on it on Travel Oregon's website.
  • Direction of Travel- This is a great trip for when the summer winds are blowing from the north. South Cape Blanco is a little wind-protected.
  • Skill Level- This ride is about 8 miles long but is an nice cruise down the quiet beach. Riders should be comfortable crossing streams and rivers. Combine with some single track riding and camping at Cape Blanco State Park and you’ll have the perfect weekend adventure!
  • Extras- Really want to make the best south coast multi-sport adventure trip? Ask us about our South Coast Kayaking Tours package and you’ll go from sand to sea all in one day. Visit local galleries and food stops in Port Orford. 
  • Where to Stay- Camping at Cape Blanco State Park has bathrooms, showers, hook ups, tent sites, hiker/biker campsites, group sites, and access to hiking and biking trails right from the campground. (State Park Camping fees apply, see park host for details) There are a couple motels in Port Orford; we like the simplicity, affordability, and cleanliness of Battle Rock Motel… not to mention the views!! Check out all the various vacation rentals available in Port Orford. Book your stay early!
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Port Orford Cruise

  • Overview- Staying in Port Orford? It’s an iconic southern facing coastal port town on the Southern Oregon Coast and a great place to shop and eat. This round-trip fat tire ride will start and end right in downtown Port Orford at our Highway 101 storefront. Extreme low-tide riding is really special as you’ll see all sorts of sea life in the tidal pools just south of Battle Rock. This trip meets at our downtown location right of Highway 101.
  • Direction of Travel- This trip is done round trip for about a total of 6 miles, not including the extra laps you will want to do around the rocks and low tide pools looking for all the anemones and seastars.
  • Skill Level- This ride is great for all levels.
  • Extras- Really want to make the best south coast multi-sport adventure trip? Ask us about our South Coast Kayaking Tours package and you’ll go from sand to sea all in one day.  Make sure to shop and eat in quaint downtown Port Orford.
  • Where to Stay- There are a couple motels in Port Orford; we like the simplicity, affordability, and cleanliness of Battle Rock Motel… not to mention the views!! Camping is available at Cape Blanco State Park or Humbug Mountain State Park (State Park Camping fees apply, see park host for details). Check out all the various vacation rentals available in Port Orford. Book your stay early!