Mountain Biking Oregon  by Mark Wigg

Mountain Biking Oregon Guide Book

by Mark Wigg (Falcon Guides)
Mountain Biking Oregon  by Mark Wigg
This guide covers 50 rides for mountain bikers of all levels. Includes are rides on the coast, Columbia Gorge, Blue Mountains, Willamette Valley, and all over the Cascades. Each ride is detailed with great descriptions, a custom map, and elevation profile.

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Trails from the "Mountain Biking Oregon" Guide Book
Displaying trails 20 of 50.

Displaying trails 1 to 20 of 50.

This is Oregon’s first rail-to-trail state park and connects the towns of Banks and Vernonia. The trail follows the West Fork of Dairy Creek through farmland and pastures before climbing into the Coas ...
Portland, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 41
In Northwest Oregon, 11 miles southwest of Wamic near the eastern boundary of the Mt. Hood National Forest. Tread: Dirt road, short segments of singletrack and paved road. Hazards: Watch for other tr ...
Wamic, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 24.4
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The trail starts at Bayocean parking lot, which is 7 miles Northwest of Tillamook in Northwest Oregon. Tread: Gravel road with sandy sections, closed to motorized vehicles. Hazards: the trail is popu ...
Tillamook, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 7.2
The trailhead is about 27 miles northeast of Prineville, on the northern boundary of the Ochoco National Forest. Tread: about 1 mile of the 8.2 mile trail is on logging roads. The singletrack porti ...
Prineville, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 16.4
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Crater Lake National Park in southwest Oregon. Tread: The first .25 mile is gravel. The rest is paved, but if traveled early in the summer, portions will be snow covered. Hazards: the sandy slopes ...
Bend, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 14
Davis Lake is 60 miles southwest of Bend. Tread: singletrack. Hazards: downed trees may be plentiful and are dangerous to cross. Maintain control on the descent back to the trailhead. You can avoi ...
Bend, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 21.2
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The trailhead at Lava Island is about 10 miles south of Bend. Tread: singletrack and dirt road, well-maintained. Hazards: Heavy traffic necessitates that riders proceed cautiously. If the traffic ...
Bend, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 13.8
About 10 miles northeast of Roseburg on the North Umpqua River. Tread: grass covered roads in good condition (but sometimes hard to follow). Hazards: Poison oak, chiggers, and ticks are abundant, but ...
Roseburg, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 7.2
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Between Monmouth and Corvallis, off Oregon 99W. Tread: gravel and asphalt roads, closed to motorized vehicles. Hazards: Poison oak may be encountered off the trails. Hunters use the area. Park at the ...
Corvallis, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 16
Forty-one miles east of Portland near Interstate 84. Hazards: steel grating in front of the dam, slippery roads, traffic, and falling rocks require caution, especially in wet weather. Tread: paved r ...
Portland, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 7.8
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The trail starts in Sisters. Tread: the trail is 4.5 miles of singletrack, 1.5 miles of doubletrack, and .6 miles on pavement. Hazards: other trail users are the main hazard. Watch for vehicles wh ...
Sisters, OR - Hiking,Mountain Biking,Trail Running - Trail Length: 6.6
Northwest Portland. Tread: 2 miles on paved road, .8 mile on doubletrack, 1.5 miles on gravel/dirt road. Hazards: Forest Park is heavily used.
Portland, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 4.3
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From the cottonwoods and alders along Gales Creek, the trail climbs 632 feet through young Douglas-fir to its junction with Oregon Highway 6, the Wilson River Highway. The trail follows a railroad gra ...
Portland, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 4.2
Hood River is a sailboarder’s mecca, and they come from around the world to catch the winds funneled through the Columbia Gorge. When the winds aren’t blowing, many windsurfers head to the hills to mo ...
Hood River, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 12.2
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This trail is on top of Santiam Pass, 30 miles west of Sisters in Central Oregon. From the south end of the Hoodoo Ski Bowl parking lot, pass by the maintenance shops and head for the pass between Hay ...
Sisters, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 14.4
The trail is in the northeast corner of Oregon. Tread: singletrack. Hazards: rattlesnakes, poison oak, dehydration, and flat tires are the main hazards. The snakes are rarely seen; bring plenty of ...
Joseph, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8.6
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The trailhead is about 30 miles east of Prineville. Tread: singletrack. Hazards: the Independent Mine extracted cinnabar, a red-colored ore containing mercury. Do not play on the mine tailings or ...
Prineville, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8
About 40 miles southeast of Portland. Tread: Dirt and gravel road, closed to motorized vehicles beyond Frazier Turnaround. Hazards: watch for vehicles between Frazier Turnaround and High Rock.
Portland, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 17.1
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The trail is on the west side of Mt. Bachelor, 30 miles west of Bend. Tread: singletrack. Hazards: This remote trail requires that you come prepared for wilderness travel and sudden weather changes, w ...
Bend, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 22.6
The trail is about 23 miles east of Prineville. Tread: singletrack for 12 miles and 6.5 miles on paved road. Hazards: the last .5 mile of trail west of the summit is on loose shale and jagged rock. ...
Prineville, OR - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 18.5
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