Cascade Huts offers self-guided, multi-day trips in the Mt. Hood National Forest. In the summer, mountain bikers can ride our Mt. Hood Loop. In the winter, snowshoers and back-country skiers glide through the White River Valley and along Barlow Ridge. Our system of huts allows outdoor enthusiasts a convenient way to enjoy the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Adventurers can focus on the thrills of the journey in the Mt. Hood National Forest with accommodations and supplies awaiting your arrival. We provide scenically located huts stocked with supplies so you can travel light and sleep in comfort. Bring your camera and a sense of adventure!
Cog Wild offers tours, mountain bike vacations and shuttles for individuals and groups at amazing destinations in Oregon. Choose from half day singletrack samplers to full day Mt Bachelor to Bend tours in Bend. Mountain bike vacations include hotel and camping options and fun trips like Bend's Bike & Brew Weekend or IMBA's epic North Umpqua River Trail. Cog Wild shuttle destinations include trailheads outside Bend and the famous McKenzie River Trail. Our company (and all our guests!) is sponsored by Deschutes Brewery, which means top notch beer for all our tours! Check out our website for tour and shuttle details.
Oregon Adventures offers guided tours and trailside shuttles in Oakridge, OR. Tours are capped at 25 people, plus guides and run June-September. We offer access to hundreds of miles of amazing single-track trails. We offer daily and 3-5 day options, and include small group sizes, food, camping or other lodging options. So if you want to experience Oakridge with a small group or with your own private tour group, please contact us.
Seaside - Oregon The “City within a Park” boasts a selection of natural amenities, flora and fauna to please, educate and entertain everyone from serious naturalists to the oldest or youngest family member. Grab your GPS and follow your heart for hiking, biking, and kayaking. Birding options are outstanding for raptors, shorebirds, water fowl, song birds and migratory neotropicals. Enjoy our land and sea wildlife and an array of mountain, meadow and coastal trees, wildflowers and plants. We invite you to enjoy discovering Seaside through our website and hope you will soon visit our city to pursue your interests, naturally. The beauty and panorama of the Necanicum Watershed that nurtures Seaside is easy to enjoy on two wheels. The bike routes displayed for the area offer options for choosing roads and trails to best suit your travel style and equipment. They range from easy sightseeing to strenuous challenges. Download your trail choices, pack a picnic lunch, strap on your helmet and peddle your way through bikeways of our forests and flatlands. Bike rentals are available at several places in town including Wheel Fun. Download our FREE APP for our biking trails here: http://www.seasidechamber.com/?page_id=1998
Oregon is home to arguably some of the best mountain biking in the U.S. with diverse and exceptional riding from IMBA's designated Ride Center in Oakridge which includes hundreds of miles of single-track trail through dense Cascadian forest; the Sandy Ridge Trail System near Mt. Hood with its epic flow trail; hundreds of miles of pine-y world-class single track for all ability levels near Bend in Central Oregon, the Black Rock Mountain Bike Area in the Willamette Valley offering a range of riding options, and IMBA's Epic North Umpqua River Trail featuring dramatic Pacific Northwest riding. Many of Oregon's best mountain bike trails, road routes (including Oregon's new system of Scenic Bikeways), suggested itineraries, bike tour companies, shuttle companies, cycling events, trip planning tools and more can all be found at our website for cyclists at www.RideOregonRide.com. The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, works to enhance visitors’ experience by providing information, resources and trip planning tools that inspire travel to the state. The Commission aims to improve Oregonians’ quality of life by strengthening the economic impact of the state’s $8.7 billion tourism industry.
The guidance on this website, and in other IMBA documents, is for reference only and should not be interpreted as a standard, specification or regulation.Mountain biking is inherently risky and could result in injury or death.