Singletrack Mountain Biking Mt Hood National Forest – Our first trail work day is July 22 – more details soon! Sign up for our email list to be notified of work days, trail conditions, and to get a free digital map of the area!
Here’s the latest 44 trails conditions report as of Monday June 26, 2017:
The Best Singletrack Mountain Biking Mt Hood National Forest
Knebal Springs Trail #474 – Cleared and OPEN
Bottle Prairie Trail #455 – Cleared and OPEN
Eightmile Trail #496 – Cleared and OPEN
Oak Ridge Trail #688A – Cleared and OPEN
Super Connector – Cleared and OPEN
Dog River Trail # 675 – Cleared and OPEN
Surveyor’s Ridge Trail #688 – Cleared and OPEN
15 Mile / Cedar Creek loop trails #456/#457 – Clear and OPEN
Cooks Meadow trail #639 – Ridable with caution – a few downed trees – upper section has a few areas under construction but it’s open to ride – carry a hand saw and help cut out the lingering blowdown.
Lookout / #450 – Ridable with caution – 3-4 trees down and a few small snow patches – carry a hand saw and help cut out the lingering blowdown.
– Cooks Meadow has a handfull of small trees and couple sections are still under construction but rideable with caution
– Lookout / 450 has four trees down and a few patches of snow – all rideable with caution.
If you plan to ride and have a handsaw – please cut back five feet either side of trail!
44 and 4410 roads are fully open – High country trails like Gunsight, Boulder, Forest Creek still have significant snow sections and unknown tree blowdown.