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MT HOOD & THE
COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE

Transportation Options

Shuttles to/within the Region:

Mt. Hood Express: Shuttle servicing Sandy, Sandy Ridge Trail System (mountain biking), the Villages, Government Camp, and Timberline Lodge. This shuttle includes a bike trailer.  Year-round. Seven days a week.

Columbia Gorge Express: Shuttle servicing Portland, Rooster Rock, Multnomah Falls, Cascade Locks, Hood River, and The Dalles. Some shuttles include bike storage. Year-round. Seven days a week. 

Gorge to Mountain Express: Shuttle servicing Hood River, Odell, Parkdale, and Mt. Hood Meadows. 

The Hop: Shuttle servicing Hood River hotels and the downtown area. 

Sasquatch Shuttle: Hop on, Hop off shuttle service along the waterfall corridor of the Historic Columbia River Highway.

Gray Line's Waterfall Trolley: offers an open-air, hop-on, hop-off Trolley that runs along the Historic Columbia River Highway and tours some of the most iconic waterfalls in the Gorge. Departures from Corbett begin at 9 a.m. and run hourly. 


Cycling:

Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway: A 71-mile challenging route that follows two wild rivers, weaves through ancient forests, and goes up and over adventurous hills

Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail: Ride along segments of the over 100 year old Historic Columbia River Highway. (Note: Completion of all segments of the highway anticipated in 2022)

Sandy Ridge Trail System: Three different downhill runs for all experience levels in the middle of lush green Oregon forest just west of Mt. Hood.

Post Canyon Trail System: A variety of single tracks, climbs, and descents in this Columbia River Gorge mountain bike system


Electric Cars:

Map of Charging Stations in Oregon

Electric Byway Itinerary: Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge


Driving Conditions:

tripcheck.com: The most up-to-date information about road closures and road conditions.

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