China Hat, Oregon. Turnsleft wanted a few days of trail riding and I needed to learn how. We headed down to Oregon last week and spent four days riding these great trails. We got a great camp site with no one else around. This is 22 miles east of Bend Oregon, and 7 miles off the main road. This sun rise greeted us. We needed to go back to Bend to pick up some OHV stickers to be legal to ride these trails. we rolled through there to late to get them the previous day. The trails are in all kinds of condition from groomed to rocky to whoops! there are good markers at the major intersections, and maps provided turnsleft lead the way at his own pace and I followed at my inexperienced one lot's of interesting scenes a pine forest has lot's of these there are several play area's and chipmunks trying to avoid getting run over other campers showed, Pig Pen and his buddy Dave among them they told us stories over the fire and we headed out the next day for more map reading the burms were piled high and the Capt. showed me how to rest on one the pines were all sizes and shapes Fort Rock was an apt name another great trail lead up to and down from this big view this manzaneta provided a garden like feel at this section there were some areas of volcanic rock that made for an interesting ride we met very few riders, this Yamaha group engaged in conversation with turnsleft as did this Honda bunch back to navigation Kelvy got to use the trusty Corona (folding saw) still some old snow around the 351 at work, he got plenty of rest waiting for me some moisture made for this and this needed some trails were clearly marked our last day proved to be cool this tree was a hugger after we got back to camp the sun broke out then it snowed some more all in all a great trip. I learned new skills and the Captain had lot's of fun There are 318 miles of trail covering about 110,000 acres and ranging in elevation from 4,400 to 6,400 feet. We rode 174 miles of them.