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Oregon’s Scenic Bikeways

Oregon’s innovative Scenic Bikeways program offers the very best of Oregon’s scenic, historic, natural and cultural experiences — from the seat of a bike. Learn more about the Oregon Scenic Bikeways program, get your travel guide and come ride Oregon!

  1. Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway

    • Length: 70.7 miles
    • Origin: Estacada
    • Cities Near the Route: Sandy, Eagle Creek

    All along this 70-mile bikeway, water and rock interact to create a place of dramatic beauty and inspiration. The bikeway parallels the Clackamas and Breitenbush rivers through the mountainous landscape of northwestern Oregon.

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  2. Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway

    • Length: 50.4 miles
    • Origin: Hillsboro
    • Cities Near the Route: Forest Grove, Vernonia, Banks

    This Bikeway captures the best of the northern Willamette Valley, from friendly downtowns to fertile farmlands and lush natural areas. It runs point-to-point over 50 miles and includes the Banks-Vernonia State Trail.

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  3. McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway

    • Length: 36.9 miles
    • Origin: Sisters
    • Cities Near the Route: Bend, Camp Sherman

    McKenzie Pass showcases forests on both the east and west sides of the Cascades, as well as a lava-rock moonscape at the top thats unlike anything youll probably ever see on a bike ride again.

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