Tiddlywinks

A mountain biker rides down a section of the Tiddlywinks Trail near Wanoga Sno-park in 2019.

On Monday, the Deschutes National Forest will close the Tiddlywinks Trail between Wanoga Sno-park and the junction with Forest Road 4613, according to a press release.

The closures are being made for safety during forest thinning operations.

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