Welcome to Mount Hood Mountain Biking

With about 140 miles of trails open to mountain bikes, Mt. Hood National Forest is a great place for everyone. Share the trail with other users, especially hikers and riders on horseback. Bikes yield to hikers and horses.

Resources:

  • Mountain Bike Trails around Government Camp (.pdf)
  • 44 Trails Association is actively involved in the planning, building and stewardship of trails in the area. 
  • Northwest Trail Alliance is dedicated to creating, enhancing and protecting riding opportunities in NW Oregon and SW Washington. 
  • Recreational Site Conditiions Report is a list of conditional status of recreational sites within the various ranger districts of the National Forest Serice for Mount Hood.
  • All Mt. Hood National Forest offices are CLOSED to walk-in service. We'd still love to talk to you on the phone!

    For forest information, call Monday- Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm:

    • Barlow Ranger District: (541) 467-2291
    • Clackmas River Ranger District: (971) 333-4100
    • Hood River Ranger District: (541) 352-6002
    • Zigzag Ranger District: (503) 622-3191

    Thank you for your understanding.

Mountain Biking Areas as described by the NFS. Photo by NSF

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