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Mt Bike Tours

Mountain Biking Tours


Mt. Hood Outfitters is your local guide for beginner to expert level mountain biking on & around Mt. Hood Oregon. Our Tour Guides have firm knowledge of the many miles of mountain bike trails that wind down & around Mt. Hood. 

Depending on trail conditions (whether the snow has melted or not!) there a few Tour options from which to choose. The Pioneer Bridle Tour connects the towns of Government Camp to Rhododendron with either our private shuttle or the local Mt. Hood Express Bus transporting you back up to our shop after you 9 exhilarating miles down the hill. 

The Timberline to Town Tours offer a fun & explosive mountain bike adventure that begins at Timberline Lodge with the option to go slower and either end at Government Camp or Rhododendron. If you prefer an to extend it all the way down to Trillium Lake, we will show you the way. No need to huff and puff on this one as we shuttle you to 6000′ elevation to start your 2000′ cruise back to Government Camp. Follow your friendly guide as you explore the Mt. Hood National Forest, stopping to get the best views and learning about this dormant volcano! Along the way you will also hear about the all the trees, plants, wildflowers, and wildlife that inhabit the area.

All Tours include your bike, helmet, & expert interpretive Tour Guide. 

Contact us at 503-715-2175 or email for more details.

General Information

We do not cancel due to incliment weather. For bookings less than 24 hours of your desired date, please email or call for availability.

Reservations and CXL Policy

A Reservation Form and Liability Release Form are required for each trip and must be submitted at least 48 hours in advance. Cancellation must be made at least 48 hours in advance. A credit card is required to hold the reservation.

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Mt. Hood Skibowl is an equal opportunity service provider and employer. This institution operates under a special use permit issued by the Mt. Hood National Forest, USDA Forest Service