Best Mountain Biking in Oregon

This list represents the most popular mountain biking in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon mountain biking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Leif Erikson Drive - Wildwood Loop

    3 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    The route travels on singletrack trails and a doubletrack gravel road through the scenic treed setting of Forest Park. Tree roots. Bridge crossings. This loop route takes you on a wild and free ...
    •  1.5 to 2 hours
    •  7.9 miles
    •  Guide

    The route travels on singletrack trails and a doubletrack gravel road through the scenic treed setting of Forest Park. Tree ...

  • #2 Henry Hagg Lake Trail

    4 Reviews

    Forest Grove, OR

    This is a popular hiking trail, so watch for traffic on the road portions of the loop. Expect to pay an entrance fee. Highlights: Fun trail, deep forest, and views of the lake. Tread: 12.4 ...
    •  1.5 to 3.5 hours
    •  14.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a popular hiking trail, so watch for traffic on the road portions of the loop. Expect to pay an entrance fee. Highlights: ...

  • #3 Forest Park / Leif Erikson Drive

    2 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    Leif Erikson Drive is a wide, well-maintained, gravel thoroughfare; it winds through the middle of Forest Park for 11.2 miles. From the eastern end of the park at Thurman Road, Leif Erikson Drive ...
    •  22.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Leif Erikson Drive is a wide, well-maintained, gravel thoroughfare; it winds through the middle of Forest Park for 11.2 miles. ...

  • #4 Eightmile Loop Trail

    5 Reviews

    Mount Hood, OR

    A stay at the lookout tower at Fivemile Butte has you positioned to explore miles of top-notch single-track. The many riding opportunities are attractive, what's more, the lookout is very cool. ...
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    A stay at the lookout tower at Fivemile Butte has you positioned to explore miles of top-notch single-track. The many riding ...

  • #5 Surveyor's Ridge

    4 Reviews

    Hood River, OR

    This trail is one of the classic singletrack Oregon rides that has everything an avid cyclist could ever want—creek crossings, rocks, roots, gravel, steep ascents, and a gutwrenching, arm-aching ...
    •  3 to 5 hours
    •  24.4 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail is one of the classic singletrack Oregon rides that has everything an avid cyclist could ever want—creek crossings, ...

  • #6 McKenzie River National Recreation Trail

    3 Reviews

    McKenzie Bridge, OR

    Details are for north to south ride. This ride really is a treasure. The trail closely follows the river and passes through many contrasting environments. The northern end traverses an area ...
    •  27 miles
    •  Guide

    Details are for north to south ride. This ride really is a treasure. The trail closely follows the river and passes through ...

  • #7 McKenzie River Trail

    3 Reviews

    Bend, OR

    On the west side of the Cascade Range, midway between Bend and Eugene. A classic ride. This trail highlights the best of Oregon with mountain views, lush old-growth forest, and unbelievably ...
    •  3 to 7 hours
    •  24.4 miles
    •  Guide

    On the west side of the Cascade Range, midway between Bend and Eugene. A classic ride. This trail highlights the best of ...

  • #8 Powell Butte

    5 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    Highlights: Fun singletrack in the city; nice views and good exercise. Tread: Singletrack; gravel and pavement. Hazards: Lots of hikers and equestrians use this park so it’s very important ...
    •  1 to 2 hours
    •  Guide

    Highlights: Fun singletrack in the city; nice views and good exercise. Tread: Singletrack; gravel and pavement. Hazards: ...

  • #9 Nels Rogers-University Falls Loop Trail

    3 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    Forty-three miles west of Portland. Tread: Dirt singletrack for 6.5 miles, gravel for 1 mile. Hazards: Watch and listen for ATV's at trail and road crossings. Portions of trail may be slippery, ...
    •  1 hours
    •  7.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Forty-three miles west of Portland. Tread: Dirt singletrack for 6.5 miles, gravel for 1 mile. Hazards: Watch and listen ...

  • #10 Bachelor-Sparks-Lava Loop

    2 Reviews

    Bend, OR

    West of Bend in the high lakes area. Fun blend of technical and fast singletrack, mountain views, and Lava Lake.
    •  3 to 5 hours
    •  28 miles
    •  Guide

    West of Bend in the high lakes area. Fun blend of technical and fast singletrack, mountain views, and Lava Lake.

  • #11 Champoeg State Park

    2 Reviews

    Butteville, OR

    The paved bike path here makes a good drizzly day destination. The park provides a controlled setting for teaching children the rules of the road and the importance of riding safely. The bike ...
    •  7.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The paved bike path here makes a good drizzly day destination. The park provides a controlled setting for teaching children ...

  • #12 Powell Butte Park

    3 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    Southeast Portland metro area. Tread: Mountain View Trail, .6 mile, is paved. The other trails are singletracks with gravel, hardpack, and cobble surfaces. Hazards: Watch for other Park users. ...
    •  1 hours
    •  5.7 miles
    •  Guide

    Southeast Portland metro area. Tread: Mountain View Trail, .6 mile, is paved. The other trails are singletracks with gravel, ...

  • #13 Timothy Creek

    4 Reviews

    Sandy, OR

    This gorgeous lake ride is a great introduction to riding singletrack. The ride meanders around the great expanse of Timothy Lake, situated in the Mount Hood National Forest. You'll have multiple ...
    •  3 to 4 hours
    •  13.8 miles
    •  Guide

    This gorgeous lake ride is a great introduction to riding singletrack. The ride meanders around the great expanse of Timothy ...

  • #14 Minto-Brown Island Park

    2 Reviews

    Salem, OR

    This easy loop route explores Minto–Brown Island Park in Salem. It features views of the Willamette River, cool shady forest, open sunny pastures, and opportunities to view amazing bird life. ...
    •  1 hour
    •  5.8 miles
    •  Guide

    This easy loop route explores Minto–Brown Island Park in Salem. It features views of the Willamette River, cool shady forest, ...

  • #15 Surveyor's Ridge Trail

    5 Reviews

    Mount Hood, OR

    The trail is mostly single-track. Parts of the trail require excellent bike-handling skills, while others are smooth. This loop utilizes 12.4 miles of the trail, with a return on paved and gravel ...
    •  20 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is mostly single-track. Parts of the trail require excellent bike-handling skills, while others are smooth. This ...

  • #16 Cultus Lake Loop

    2 Reviews

    Bend, OR

    After completing this ride around Cultus Lake, you will feel like your trip to this corner of the forest has been well rewarded. This loop is reason enough to plan a trip to this neck of the ...
    •  12 miles
    •  Guide

    After completing this ride around Cultus Lake, you will feel like your trip to this corner of the forest has been well rewarded. ...

  • #17 Tillamook State Forest

    1 Reviews

    Hillsboro, OR

    Located in the Tillamook State Forest, this fun route is a smorgasbord of roots, rocks, stump jumps, and rock gardens that will test your technical prowess. Thrown into this mix are many short, ...
    •  2 to 3 hours
    •  8.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Located in the Tillamook State Forest, this fun route is a smorgasbord of roots, rocks, stump jumps, and rock gardens that ...

  • #18 Mount Tabor Park

    3 Reviews

    Portland, OR

    Mount Tabor Park is one of those urban sanctuaries where you can still find wild in the city. This prominent volcanic butte rises above Portland’s skyline bursting with urban greenery. Where ...
    •  30 minutes to 1 hour (with longer options)
    •  2.8 miles
    •  Guide

    Mount Tabor Park is one of those urban sanctuaries where you can still find wild in the city. This prominent volcanic butte ...

  • #19 Hagg Lake

    2 Reviews

    Forest Grove, OR

    The 15-mile Hagg Lake Trail offers cyclists some of the finest singletrack near the City of Roses. The route, following the contours of Henry Hagg Lake, offers all flavors of mountain bike t ...
    •  3 to 4 hours
    •  15.1 miles
    •  Guide

    The 15-mile Hagg Lake Trail offers cyclists some of the finest singletrack near the City of Roses. The route, following the ...

  • #20 Gorge Trail 400

    2 Reviews

    Hood River, OR

    Waterfalls, misty clouds, and mossy forest entice thousands of people to visit the Columbia River Gorge each year. Known more as a hiker’s paradise, this beloved piece of northwest Oregon also ...
    •  1 to 2 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    Waterfalls, misty clouds, and mossy forest entice thousands of people to visit the Columbia River Gorge each year. Known ...