2016 TICKET PRICES
Full Day: $39
Season Trail Permit: $40
Season Pass & Trail Permit: $205
Mt. Hood Bike Park at Skibowl Overview
Skibowl offers mountain biking near Portland with over forty miles and 1,500 vertical feet of lift-serviced, adrenaline rushing mountain bike trails on Mount Hood are at your fingertips at the Mountain Bike Park! From screaming downhill trails to the rolling cruiser, you’ll find a place in your soul for this adventure.
The Scenic Sky Chairs provide convenient access for you and your mountain bike to go direct to either mid-mountain or all the way to the summit. The well-marked Mount Hood mountain bike trails can accommodate just about everyone from teens to expert riders. The wide-track scenic fun loop for beginners is the safe way down, but if you’re looking to test the limits, simply pick your trail, adjust your balance, counter balance, check your speed and get ready for some gnarly downhill action.
Getting to Mt. Hood Skibowl Resort
Mt. Hood Skibowl is located 56 miles east of Portland, OR and 43 miles south of Hood River.
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Mount Hood features over 40 miles and 1,500 vertical feet of lift-serviced, adrenaline rushing mountain bike trails at the Mountain Bike Park! With the extensive well-marked Mount Hood mountain bike trails, this park can accommodate just about everyone from teens to expert riders. The wide-track scenic fun loop for beginners is the safe way down, but if you’re looking to test the limits, simply pick your trail, adjust your balance, counter balance, check your speed and get ready for some gnarly downhill action.
Looking to get your freestyle on? Check out the Freeride Mountain Bike Park for the ever-progressing custom designed tracks, jumps and more. With three tracks of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain, there is something for everyone in the Freeride Bike Park!
From screaming downhill trails to the rolling cruiser, you'll find a trail in the park just for you.
GOVERNMENT CAMP, OR – Skibowl Bike Park at Mt. Hood will open for a night session Friday, September 23, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. making it quite possibly the first lift-served bike park in North America to do so.
GOVERNMENT CAMP, OR – Round three of the NW Cup brought nearly 200 racers to the doorstep of Mt. Hood, where they were greeted by favorable weather, unseasonably early flowers, and one of the best backdrops around. The terrain at Skibowl's mountain bike park has a lot to offer. Including steeps, high speed turns, and rowdy rock gardens that were made even more challenging by dry and dusty conditions over the weekend.