Mountain biking in the Gorge is some of the best in the United States. Trails wind through old-growth forest, along volcanic plains, and along wildflower-covered slopes. There are cross-country rides, freeride areas, shuttles, climbs, and just about anything else you could imagine riding your bike over. Click through to the pages for more information about the rides, and email current conditions to twomirrors at gmail dot com.


Current Trail Conditions and links to detailed information

as of 5/19/16



Hospital Hill: Open. Cows are out. No dogs allowed at this time. Not even your dog. Seriously – don’t piss off the landowners or you’ll cost everyone access.
Post Canyon: Rideable bottom to top. Enjoy!.
Syncline: Excellent, other than the ticks and poison oak..
Kitchen Sink: Open to both bikes and motos.
Columbia Hills / Crawford Oaks: Open
8-Mile: 30 downed trees needing cutting. Snow.
Knebal: Clear of downed trees. Clear of snow.
Dog River: Nice little trail fairies cleared it out for you just before May 1st.
Oak Ridge: Open and still painful.
Surveyor’s: LOTS of downed trees.
Gorge 400 west from Wyeth: Open and good to go.
Ape Canyon: Snowy.
Lewis River: According to the USFS website, it was open as of 5/12/16
Falls Creek: Open to the Horse Camp with 15-20 trees between the Horse Camp and the falls. 31 trees and snow up above.
Buck Creek/Nestor Peak: Clear of snow top to bottom. A few trees down.
Fifteenmile: Snowy. If there are 20 trees on 8-Mile, there are likely some here too.
Bear Springs: Open.
Gunsight/Gumjuwac: Snowy. Trees down too, most likely.
Boulder Lakes: Snowy.
High Prairie/450 Trail: Snowy with a high possibility of downed trees.
Cooks Meadow: Snowy.
3 Corner Rock: Reportedly reopened with 1/2 mile of road. GPS track here.
Sandy Ridge: Good to go!.
Siouxon: Open and riding great. Huffman Peak is snowy with lots of downed trees.