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Bike parks in Oregon.
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Bike parks in Oregon.

Mt. Hood Skibowl
Dates: Opens June 18th
Trails: The Adventure Park at Skibowl operates the Upper and Lower Sky Chairs during the summer, giving bikers access to over 40 miles and 1,500 vertical feet of trails. A variety of downhill, single-track, and wide track trails are available from the peak of Cannonball.
Details: Bike rentals and guided tours are available through the resort.
www.skibowl.com

Timberline at Mt. Hood
Dates: Late summer
Trails: TBA
Details: Although there is much work to do, Timberline Lodge has set a plan into action of scoping and building a world-class bike park on Mt. Hood by the end of the summer. They are currently working with the U.S. Forest Service and the same consulting firm (Gravity Logic) that designed Whistler’s bike park. Visit their website to read more about the park’s mission statement and to see a preliminary trail-map.
www.timberlinelodge.com

Willamette Pass
Dates: Weather dependent
Trails: The Oregon Skyway chairlift of Willamette Pass gives riders of all ability levels a wide variety of terrain to choose from. Featuring downhill, single-track, and cruiser trails, there are plenty of routes for bikers to choose from.
Details: Bike rentals are not available at the resort; however, they are offered in nearby Oakridge on Hwy 58.
www.willamettepass.com