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Snow Report 7.30.14
3:34 AM
TEMPERATURE 64°
WIND DIRECTION SOUTH
WIND SPEED 7 MPH
VISIBILITY 10 MI
OREGON SKYWAY CLOSED TODAY
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Mountain Biking

Willamette Pass is home to some of the wildest mountain biking around and is one of only two places in Oregon that provides lift serviced access. There are some tame trails too, but our trademark is the kind of stuff that attracts the untamed of the bunch. You better have your groove on, and helmet, gloves, and any body armor you can find. That is unless you take your time and one of the less vertical routes from the top of Eagle Peak.

Two beginner cruise trails, one sport, and two expert mountain bike courses will thrill you! Additional trails and routes are available for intermediate to expert level riders. Know your ability, wear a helmet, and ride responsibly.

We are host to numerous Downhill Mountain Bike events, sanctioned by the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association. Still we have trails and terrain for all ages and abilities. Just be smart about it.

Mountain bikes are not permitted on the Pacific Crest Trail but you can access the Maiden Peak and Gold Lake trail systems just outside our resort boundary.

Make a day of it, and stock up on memories that will last a lifetime. Be sure to carry our trail map. It is an overlay of the topographic map for the region with marked trails and information to help make your trip safe and enjoyable.

A “Mountain Bike” ticket is necessary for transporting your bike and gear up the Oregon Skyway and utilizing the trails at Willamette Pass Resort.

Willamette Pass does not provide or rent mountain bikes. Mountain bikes can be rented in Oakridge, Oregon, 27 miles west of Willamette Pass on Hwy 58.

Downhill Mountain Bike Ticket Prices

 

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Mountain Bike Trail Status


Trail Status Notes
Dark Star Closed
El Paso Closed
EZR Closed
Jack Straw Closed
Mind Bender Closed
Skyline Closed

Upcoming Mountain Bike Events
   
   
   

 

IMBA's Rules of the Trail

Thousands of miles of dirt trails have been closed to mountain bicyclists. The irresponsible riding habits of a few riders have been a factor. Do your part to maintain trail access by observing the following rules of the trail, formulated by IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association. IMBA's mission is to promote environmentally sound and socially responsible mountain biking.

- RIDE ON OPEN TRAILS ONLY
- LEAVE NO TRACE
- CONTROL YOUR BICYCLE
- ALWAYS YIELD TRAIL
- NEVER SPOOK ANIMALS
- PLAN AHEAD

Keep trails open by keeping a good example of environmentally sound and socially responsible off-road cycling.

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