Double Volcano

Portland, Oregon

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Sure, one’s a “mountain” and one’s a butte— but the cool thing is that Mount Tabor and Rocky Butte are both actually extinct volcanic cones. How often can you say you rode to the top of two volcanoes in one short ride, right in the middle of a city? And while there’s a moderate amount of climbing involved— all of it compacted into a 1.25-mile climb and a 1.5-mile one—you’ll be paid o? with splendid, panoramic views over the city to rivers and mountains.
75 Classic Rides Oregon

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75 Classic Rides Oregon

by Jim Moore (The Mountaineers Books)

Sure, one’s a “mountain” and one’s a butte— but the cool thing is that Mount Tabor and Rocky Butte are both actually extinct volcanic cones. How often can you say you rode to the top of two volcanoes in one short ride, right in the middle of a city?

And while there’s a moderate amount of climbing involved— all of it compacted into a 1.25-mile climb and a 1.5-mile one—you’ll be paid o? with splendid, panoramic views over the city to rivers and mountains.

© 2012 Jim Moore /The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Portland
Distance: 18.1
Elevation Gain: 778 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Riding Time: 1-2 hours
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Double Volcano

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