Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway

BIKING

Rack up your bike (or rent one here), tune up at one of our many shops or bike hubs and hit the road. From family-friendly multimodal pathways, to expert MTB terrain with custom designed tracks, Mt. Hood Territory is your next destination for a cycling adventure.

Recently awarded a bronze medal by the League of American Cyclists, Mt. Hood Territory continues to offer more to locals and vacationers alike who have a passion for cycling. Take your road bike through the wild and scenic Molalla River Corridor, or follow the Clackamas and Brietenbush rivers along the Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway.

Mountain bike unparalleled singletrack and flow trails for any skill level at Sandy Ridge Trail System, ride a chairlift to the Mountain Bike Park at Skibowl or the Timberline Bike Park at historic Timberline Lodge. Oh, and it’s all accessible on public transportation via the Mt. Hood Express, complete with bike trailers.

Ride alongside vineyards, challenge yourself with uphill climbs around Mt. Hood, or tour historic sites and breweries. Whatever you choose our terrain will have you snapping pictures, enjoying breathtaking views and wondering “where to next?”

TRIP IDEAS
New Timberline Bike Park Focused on Sustainability
This summer, guests have another way to experience the slopes of Mt. Hood from Timberline Lodge with the opening of their brand new lift assisted mountain bike park. Phase 1 features approximately eig...
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Mt. Hood Mountain Biking Trio
With the opening of Timberline's new mountain bike park, Mt. Hood continues to cements its reputation as a mountain biking destination....
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Timberline Mountain Bike Park idea circle
Enjoy the Ride Along the Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway
Biking is second nature to Pacific Northwesterners, and not just as an alternative way to get around, but also as a means to see things from a different perspective. Soak up the majestic scenery of...
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Year Round Mountain Biking on the Sandy Ridge Trail
The Sandy Ridge Trail System is a mountain biker's paradise with nearly 20 miles of flowing single-track trails of all difficulty levels on the lower slopes of Mt. Hood. They range in length from...
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Airborne mountain biker maneuvers a curve amid tall fir trees on the Sandy Ridge Trail just east of Sandy, Oregon
5 Great Mountain Biking Trails in Mt. Hood Territory
One of the great things about having a mountain in your territory is that it creates awesome mountain biking trails. From beginners to experts, there are some great rides in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territo...
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Mountain biker rides on narrow wooden plank path through forest at Skibowl's Adventure Park in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Modern Pioneers: Joel Armstrong
Mt. Hood is well known as a skiing destination. With the longest ski season in North America at Timberline Lodge and the largest night skiing in the country at Mt. Hood Skibowl, skiers and snowboarde...
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mountain biking at Timberline Lodge on mount hood
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