Distance: 624 m
Time: 5 – 15 min
Elevation Gain: 25 m
Elevation Loss: 9 m

Technical Rating: Intermediate
Physical Rating: Moderate
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No

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Mr. Rogers is a short connecting trail located in the Mosquito Lake Area and accessed via Pogers Road. This short, yet fun trail meets up with Dark Forest and provides another access point to the plethora of trails found in the area. You may ride the trail in either direction, but it flows best when ridden north to south, taking the rider over to Dark Forest. At the Dark Forest trail junction, take a left to climb up towards Econoline or a right to descend down towards the junction for Radio Tower and Crosstown Traffic.

Mr. Rogers is a fun and flowy singletrack trail, rated intermediate and well worth riding. When ridden from the north expect the first 100 m to be a little overgrown during the summer months, but after that the trail opens up and follows a fun techy route. About halfway down the trail the rider will climb up a few switchbacks onto a small ridge, traversing the ridge over to the Dark Forest trail.

TRAILHEAD | N50 19.916 W122 45.401

The north trailhead for Mr. Rogers is accessed directly from Pogers Road. Ride to the southeast end of Pogers Road and look for the well-defined trail to head into the woods through the clearing in the trees. Just past the clearing, make sure to turn right (south) as this is the trailhead for Mr. Rogers. Left takes you up an old and steep doubletrack climb which may be used to access Strawberry Fields, Dark Forest, Econoline and Econo-Dave.

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