Metolius/Windigo Trail - Primary use is equestrian but open to hiking & biking
Description: The Metolius Windigo (Met-Win) trail is an Oregon State Scenic Trail primarily used by equestrians. The Met-Win trail is over 100 miles long and begins in the north at the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness and runs all the way south to Windigo Pass near Crescent Lake. To minimize confusion it is broken into distinct segments each with its own character. The Metolius-Windigo gets a lot of use by horses and can be quite sandy — especially in late summer.
Met-Win Black Butte Segment
This segment runs for about 9 miles between the Sisters Tie Trail and the Lake Creek Trail near Camp Sherman
Met-Win 99 Lower segment
This segment is almost all downhill with an elevation loss of 2764′. Most mountain bikers will ride it as a shuttle in this downhill direction. The segment runs for about 10 miles north from Three Creeks Meadow to the Peterson Ridge Tie trail.
Met-Win 99 Upper segment
The segment on this page runs for about 7 miles between the Mrazek junction to Three Creeks Meadow.
Access: Access to the trail is general via connector trails or at Highway 20 (west of Indian Ford Campground, and Graham Corral (horse staging area), and Cow Camp (horse staging area).