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Oregon Skyway @ Willamette Pass Overview
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 tamer 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 choose 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 as well.
Getting to Willamette Pass Resort
Willamette Pass is located at milepost 62, 70 miles East of Eugene, Oregon, on Highway 58.
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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.
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Willamette Pass, OR — For mountain bikers who hate to ride uphill, Willamette Pass is a must-ride. Late in June, after the snow has melted from the mountain, the small ski resort off of Hwy. 58 near Oakridge converts its six-person chair to a gondola for mountain bikers, hikers, disc golfers and sightseers. The ski slopes give way to some intense singletrack riding with some killer Cascade mountain views, including those of nearby 8,678-foot Diamond Peak. “It’s a little slice of heaven,” says mountain biker Jeremy Fritts.