Surveyors Ridge Trail For Mountain Biking

The 3rd most popular mountain bike trail in Oregon.

Southeast of Hood River, the Surveyors Ridge Trail (#688) is one of the premier mountain bike trails in the region. From the primary trailhead off FS44, the singletrack and doubletrack rolls roughly 20 miles for 2000 feet down the ridge north to the intersection of SR 35 and FS17 (AKA Pinemont Drive). While generally downhill and well-maintained, it is physically demanding but the views and wildflowers are worthwhile. For a point-to-point, drop a car off 0.5 miles north of FS17 on SR35 at the Hamill Lumber Mill. Since the trail runs parallel to FS17, various length loops can be formed. Similarly, other alternate routes could be formed with the Dog River Trail (#675) and/or the Oak Creek Trail. The primary trailhead is located 26 miles south of Hood River off SR35 on FS44.

Overall, Surveyors Ridge Trail is the 3rd most popular mountain bike trail of all 55 mountain biking rides in Oregon.

Surveyors Ridge Trail Mountain Biking Map

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Local Contact(s):  Mount Hood National Forest (541) 667-0511; Hood River Tourism (541) 386-2000; Mountain View Cycles, Hood River (541) 386-2453; Dirty Fingers Bicycles, Hood River (541) 308-0420.

Recommended Map:  "Hood River Mountain Bike Map" from Adventure Map

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Robinhood CG, Inn At The Gorge (541) 386-4429

Luxury Loding:  Timberline Lodge (800) 547-1406

Breakfast Restaurant:  Egg River Cafe; 10 Speed Coffee Roastery

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/mthood/

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Date Updated:  6/20/2016

ID:  6383

Surveyors Ridge Trail Mountain Biking Map

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