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Skull 120/60/30

June 15, 2019 All day

Rugged | Remote | Adventure

Harney County is home to endless opportunity for the self-sufficient backcountry traveler. Visitors who seek challenge and solitude will find these in abundance.

The West’s premiere endurance gravel event, the Skull 120/60/30 Gravel Grind route highlights the rugged character that sets rural #EasternOregon apart. From long mountainous ascents, to teeth-chattering and eye watering descents, breathtaking vistas, open rangeland, alpine forests, multiple stream crossings, and – of course – cattle guard after cattle guard, this gravel grind is a feat to finish and a testament to the rider’s grit and determination.

Routes traverse miles of Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service public lands, official partners of the Skull 120/60/30.

SKULL 120

Overview:
Total Miles = 126
Elevation Gain/Loss = 11,030′
Min. Elevation = 4,150′
Max. Elevation = 7,000′
Avg. Grade = 2.8%
Cattle guards = 31
Water Crossing = 3

Surface Types:
Natural = 14 mi / 12%
Gravel = 86 mi / 68%
Pavement = 26 mi / 20%

Land Administration:
Forest Service = 79 miles / 63%
BLM = 22 miles/ 18%
Private = 23 miles / 18%
Bureau of Indian Affairs = 1.5 / 1%

Landscape Features:
Forest = 60 miles / 48%
High Desert = 30 miles / 24%
Canyon = 33 miles / 26%
Urban = 3 miles / 2%

Find out more at adventureharney.com.

Presented by Harney County Chamber, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Parks, and REN Cycles.

Distance

120/60/30 mile

Harney County, OR

1000 N Broadway
Burns, OR 97720 United States
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541.573.2636
adventureharney.com
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by Riding Gravel 2014