Blue Mountain Singletrack Trails Club

Developing, Maintaining, and Enhancing Trails in Northeast Oregon

Welcome to BMSTC!

Excellent news! The logging of the Trails and Face Units in MERA has been delayed until July 2010! See the details in the Hot Topics section. For a map of the existing and proposed trails, see the non-motorized map (pdf, 370kb)

The Blue Mountain Singletrack Club along with Union County Commissioners and the Oregon State Parks ATV Committee has purchased the Mount Emily Recreation Area (see maps and study). The vast majority of Union County voters in the May primary voted to support the Union County Commissioners as they work to see Mt Emily retained for public use forever, to not be clearcut or subdivided and to be a producer or natural resources and public recreation--forever. FCP and the Coalition have agreed to work together to ensure the Coalition's goal for the property can be met

Please read the background docs, join the BMSTC, write a letter, get involved!

Our Club . . . . .

a forest runnerThe Blue Mountain Singletrack Trails Club, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of La Grande Oregon, is dedicated to developing, maintaining, and enhancing a network of environmentally sustainable trails in Northeast Oregon for seasonal use by runners, hikers, x-country skiers, equestrians, and mountain bicyclists.

Our Mission . . . . .

The Blue Mountain Singletrack Trails Club, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of La Grande Oregon, is dedicated to developing, maintaining, and enhancing a network of environmentally sustainable trails in Northeast Oregon for seasonal use by runners, hikers, x-country skiers, equestrians, and mountain bicyclists. Our goal is to acquire the proposed Mt Emily Recreation Area to ensure, for perpetuity, that it continues to be a producer of wildlife, water, timber, and related natural resources, is a showcase of sustainable resource conservation practices, and provides diverse opportunities for public recreation.

Our Motto . . . . . Enjoy, but don't Destroy!

If the mud is sticking to your tires or your steed's hooves, please do not ride on the singletrack trails . . . . . just delay and come back another day when the mud has had a chance to dry — or restrict your ride to the rock-surfaced roads.

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