Oregon’s Top Mountain Biking Destinations

Because of Oregon’s diverse landscape, climate and terrain, we have something to offer nearly every type of rider! Below you’ll find Oregon’s hottest mountain biking destinations across the state, where a wide variety of knobby-tire communities are waiting to welcome you with miles of trails to shralp and plenty of places to stay, eat and imbibe nearby.

  • The Columbia River Gorge

    The majestic Columbia River Gorge is the backdrop for epic single-track trails and free-ride areas.

  • Mt. Hood Area

    Alpine and subalpine single-track, lift-serviced runs and riding parks in the shadow of Mt. Hood.

  • Black Rock Mountain Bike Area

    Shred on both smooth terrain and human-built wooden features in this free-riders paradise.

  • McKenzie River Area

    The McKenzie River National Recreation Trail is a regional classic that offers 26 miles of old-growth rainforest single-track with views of the Wild and Scenic McKenzie River.

  • Oakridge Area

    This Ride Center designated by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) features hundreds of miles of single-track through the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.

  • Bend Area

    Bend offers a plethora of rolling cross-country single-track for all skill levels and terrain preferences.

  • North Umpqua Trail

    The NUT, an Epic Ride as designated by the International Mountain Bicycling Association, offers 79 miles of smooth rollers and technical descents.

  • Ashland Area

    Ashland offers single-track and fire-road trails in a diverse watershed forest setting.