Biking Mount Hood | Downhill Flow and Lift Assisted

Posted by West Columbia Gorge Chamber on Monday, September 14, 2015
VIDEO of mountain biker on the Sandy Ridge Trail System in Mt. Hood National Forest in Oregon
VIDEO of mountain biker on the Sandy Ridge Trail System in Mt. Hood National Forest in Oregon

Enjoy Mountain Biking? If you enjoy biking you’ll want to visit Mount Hood for it’s downhill flow and lift assisted mountain biking trails. Below are three great options for downhill flow and lift assisted mountain biking trails to try at Mount Hood, ride safe!

Downhill Flow and Lift Assisted
The Sandy Ridge Trail just east of Zigzag is operated by the BLM and offers 13 miles of downhill riding with structures. Skibowl Mountain Bike Park has over 40 miles and 1,500 vertical feet of lift-serviced, adrenaline rushing, fee mountain bike trails.

Sandy Ridge Trail System: 13 miles
Ski Bowl Mt. Bike Park: 40 miles
Timberline Mt. Bike Park (proposed): 17 miles

SRC: View different Mt. Hood Biking difficulty options at: www.mthoodchamber.com/what-to-do/best-bike-rides-mt-hood/

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