Crook County Chapter
The Crook County Chapter of COTA is working in conjunction with USFS, BLM, other land managers and user groups to build and maintain trails throughout Crook County. Learn more.
Grant County Chapter
The Grant County Chapter of COTA is working in conjunction with USFS, BLM, other land managers and user groups to build and maintain trails throughout Grant County. Learn more.
COTA is building new trails! Construction continues throughout the winter on an expanding trail system on the east side of Redmond. The Redmond Area Parks and Recreation Department (RAPRD) will be overseeing this area of Deschutes County land. They are also working on trails in the Crooked River National Grasslands and an expansion of the Maston / Cline Buttes trails. Learn more
Sisters COTA is dedicated to cooperation with land managers, and property owners in the areas where they are involved in trail work. Unique cooperation, and communication is also critical between Sisters COTA, and Sisters Trail Alliance. With existing trails, and new trail proposals, Sisters COTA intends to enhance the community through development and advocacy of sustainable mountain bike trails. Learn more.
Where it all began. Bend currently has several projects underway including a Trials Park and USFS Welcome Center Trails. It also serves as the headquarters for all things COTA. Learn more.
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