East Fork Hood River

Hood River, Oregon

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3 out of 5
This route is a swift singletrack ride that takes you to the tumbling rapids of the East Fork of Hood River. The route is packed with long fast stretches, short intense hills, and tight switchbacks. A great intermediate ride close to Hood River, it is a great afternoon escape. Trail surface: Singletrack, wood ramps, and bridges. The Hood River Valley, gateway to the Mount Hood National Forest, is one of Oregon’s mountain biking hotspots. Challenging terrain and high mountain scenery lure singletrack junkies to explore the endless maze of trails in this immense 1.2-million-acre national forest.The centerpiece is 11,235-foot Mount Hood.

East Fork Hood River Professional Review and Guide

"This route is a swift singletrack ride that takes you to the tumbling rapids of the East Fork of Hood River. The route is packed with long fast stretches, short intense hills, and tight switchbacks. A great intermediate ride close to Hood River, it is a great afternoon escape. Trail surface: Singletrack, wood ramps, and bridges.

The Hood River Valley, gateway to the Mount Hood National Forest, is one of Oregon’s mountain biking hotspots. Challenging terrain and high mountain scenery lure singletrack junkies to explore the endless maze of trails in this immense 1.2-million-acre national forest.The centerpiece is 11,235-foot Mount Hood."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Hood River
Distance: 10.8
Elevation Gain: 500 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Season: Best May through October
Trailhead Elevation: 2,910 feet
Top Elevation: 3,450 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Mount Hood National Forest, Hood River Ranger District
Driving Directions: Directions to East Fork Hood River

Recent Trail Reviews

4/29/2005
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I'll leave it at Three because that was the rating before this post. Check before you ride, this trail was washed out by a massive glacial break durring a rainstorm a few years back, the wash took out Hwy 35 at White River Canyon and here at the camp ground. Hwy replaced in one season trail?


5/18/2004
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