At Home in Klamath County Oregon

The Klamath Trails Alliance works cooperatively with trail users, land owners, and others to promote, develop, and maintain a network of trails for non-motorized recreation in and around Klamath County, Oregon.

One of our primary visions is the Great Klamath Circle, a 150+ mile route that will circle Upper Klamath Lake, linking the city of Klamath Falls with the Fremont-Winema National Forest, Crater Lake National Park, and the OC&E Woods Line State Trail.

We are working with a wide range of public and private groups and landowners to acquire trail right-of-way, build and maintain trails, and promote enjoyment of these natural resources!

Please Log your trail work

Have you been out digging in the dirt? Cutting downed trees? Keeping the trail tip-top?
Now you can log your time volunteering and maintaining trails with the KTA and other trail groups.
Look for the Trail Work Log in the projects menu.
It’s quick, fun and extremely helpful!

We are always looking for help both on the ground and in the bank to develop the grand KTA vision. Please consider a contribution or if you are not already, become a member of the KTA! If you’re interested in becoming more involved drop us a note at or put yourself on our mailing list.