Oregon 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.

The Best of Oregon Riding

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Did you know Oregon has the only Scenic Bikeways program in the nation? Our unique Scenic Bikeways program features routes suggested by locals — so you know you’re getting the best of the best when you ride an Oregon Scenic Bikeway. These routes have been officially reviewed, ridden and adopted, and each one provides inspiration for planning a two-wheeled vacation in Oregon for visitors and residents riding here for the first time or the fiftieth.

The routes are diverse, accommodating everyone from beginning to advanced riders, for day trips or extended, multi-day adventures. Some Bikeways are linear, some are loops, some are short and some are long. Explore the descriptions and detailed maps for the Scenic Bikeways below or pick up your free Oregon Scenic Bikeways guide and start planning your own scenic cycling adventure.

  1. Sisters to Smith Rock Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 7.6 miles | Origin: Culver
  2. Metolius River Loops Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 24.3 miles | Origin: Camp Sherman
  3. Madras Mountain Views Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 29.3 miles | Origin: Madras
  4. Twin Bridges Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 36.4 miles | Origin: Powell Butte
  5. Covered Bridges Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 37.3 miles | Origin: Cottage Grove
  6. McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 46.5 miles | Origin: Sisters
  7. Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 50.4 miles | Origin: Hillsboro
  8. Blue Mountain Century Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 109.3 miles | Origin: Heppner
  9. Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 133 miles | Origin: Jefferson
  10. Grande Tour Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 134.5 miles | Origin: La Grande
  11. Old West Scenic Bikeway

    Length: 174.4 miles | Origin: John Day