The Timberline Bike Park is officially open for its first "preview" season. The bike park will operate seven days a week through Labor Day, with a revised schedule in the fall. Please visit our Conditions page or follow Timberline Lodge on social media for regular updates.
While we continue construction with Phase 2 of the Timberline Bike Park, we ask that guests and public stay out of construction areas for their own safety as well as the safety of the build crew.
In order to access the Timberline Bike Park you will need a lift ticket or bike season pass, helmet, close-toed shoes and functioning front and rear brakes. Full suspension bikes are strongly recommended. Timberline is not responsible for damaged equipment, use this terrain at your own risk. At the request of Timberline’s partner in recreation, the US Forest Service, eBikes will not be allowed in the Timberline Bike Park until formal and consistent federal lands eBike policy is finalized. Timberline looks forward to assisting in the matter as a responsible steward of Mt. Hood.
Products and Pricing
Tickets and Passes
Timberline Bike Park preview season passes and lift tickets will be available for purchase when the bike park opens August 12th.
Purchase a Timberline Bike Park season pass and receive two free Bike Park days at Mt. Bachelor, Grand Targhee, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, and Whitefish Mountain Resort. There are no fees, no collective pass prices, no additional charges of any kind. Simply present your Timberline Bike Park season pass at one of our partner resorts guest services to get your free tickets. Please see individual resort pages for directions, benefits, and holiday restrictions prior to visiting. Tickets are non-transferable and may be used by the pass holder only. All tickets must be used in the same season as the accompanying pass and are valid during the season of purchase only.
Lodging package - Stay the night and two bike free the following day. Available for midweek nights Sundays - Thursdays. BOOK NOW
All Timberline bike rentals can be rented onsite and will be available online soon and on a first-come, first served basis. Damage insurance can be purchased for $15 and covers rental bike damage and repairs incurred during rental use for up to $1000.
TREK is an official partner of the Timberline Bike Park
includes a choice of Trek Slash 9.8, Remedy 9.8, or Sessions 8v(protective gear rental available separately)
Trek Slash 9.8 29 is a carbon enduro mountain bike built to handle big hits, rail corners, and get you both down and up the mountain faster than you ever thought possible. A lightweight and ultra-stiff OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, carbon wheels, Trek’s exclusive RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft shock, and a host of high-performance parts make this 29er mountain bike a worthy contender for any enduro podium.
Trek Remedy 9.8 27.5 is a high-end long travel trail bike built for getting rowdy on the most technical mountain bike trails. It offers the versatility and capability to take on everything from epic singletrack to serious air. A stiff OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, carbon wheels, RockShox suspension featuring Trek’s exclusive RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft, and a 1x12 SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain are perfect for your wildest all-mountain adventures
Trek Session 8 27.5 is the DH mountain bike with a park-focused geometry that shines on big hits at the bike park. It’s built with a burly aluminum frame, 200mm/210mm front and rear RockShox suspension, and a SRAM GX DH parts group chosen to stand up to the roughest lines you can find
includes a Trek Remedy 8 (protective gear rental available separately)
Trek Remedy 8 hits the sweet spot in performance and value in the all-mountain category. A lightweight alloy frame, SRAM GX Eagle component spec, a premium RockShox Lyrik 160mm fork, and 150mm rear shock make it the ideal ride for shredders who want ridiculously capable mountain bike for ridiculously fun trails.
Youth Deluxe Package
includes helmet, elbow & knee pads, and a Ripcord Complete
Ripcord Complete is designed to do it all while delivering maximum smiles. The Ripcord looks like a rad adult bike that was put on the photocopier and reduced by 40%. You get all the features of an adult bike but in a sweet package that kids can shred. Features like super low standover, air front and rear shocks, hydraulic disc brakes and knobby Maxxis tires for superb braking and cornering control. Fit for riders 44-60˝tall.
Youth Standard Package
includes helmet, elbow & knee pads, and a Trek Roscoe 20 or 24
Trek Roscoe 20 is a mid-fat kids’ mountain bike designed to build confidence on the trail. It takes cues from the adult Roscoe, but this ride was built from the ground up for kids. 2.8˝ mid-fat tires, a 1x drivetrain, and a wide-range cassette make Roscoe the ideal bike for little rippers who want to build skills and have a ridiculous amount of fun keeping up with Mom, Dad, or an older sibling. Fit for riders 45-52˝tall.
Trek Roscoe 24 is a mid-fat kids’ mountain bike designed to build confidence on the trail. It takes cues from the adult Roscoe, but this ride was built from the ground up for kids. 2.8˝ mid-fat tires, a 1x drivetrain, and a wide-range cassette make Roscoe the ideal bike for little rippers who want to build skills and have a ridiculous amount of fun keeping up with Mom, Dad, or an older sibling. Fit for riders 50-63˝tall.
Mountain Bike Lessons
In our first year of bike park operations, we'll be offering Private Lessons for all skill levels and Bike Tours for intermediate or advanced riders only. Private Lessons have a three hour minimum. It is $75/hour for each additional hour over three. 72 hour advance reservations for lessons are recommended. Please call 503-272-3341 to book.
EACH ADD’L PERSON
$275 for 3 hours
$60 per 2 hour tour
The Timberline Bike Park crew projected to complete 7-10 miles of green, blue, and black trails for Phase 1 and accomplished that goal. The combined green trail is approximately 4.5 miles and flows for a nice 30-35 minutes ride down the mountain.
When we continue construction with Phase 2 of the Timberline Bike Park, we ask that guests and public stay out of the construction area for their own safety as well as the safety of the build crew. This will also allow the build crew to be more efficient in the few short months they have to complete the first phase of the project.
Riding in the alpine is a privilege that needs to be respected. It is a sensitive environment which requires everyone accessing it to be responsible with preserving its natural state. Your knowledge, decisions, and actions contribute to your safety and that of others.
Riding in the alpine is a privilege that needs to be respected. It is a sensitive environment which requires everyone accessing it to be responsible with preserving its natural state.
Mountain weather changes quickly. Be prepared with appropriate clothing and footwear.
Stay on marked trails. Do not cut corners.
Always ride in control.
Be aware of unmarked obstacles and trail changes.
Ride with a partner.
Body armor and full face helmet are recommended.
Mountain Biker’s Responsibility Code
Mountain biking involves the risk of serious injury or crash. Your knowledge, decisions, and actions contribute to your safety and that of others.
Stay in control - You are responsible for avoiding objects and people.
Know your limits - Ride within your ability. Start small and work your way up.
Protect yourself - Use an appropriate bike, helmet, and protective equipment.
Inspect and maintain your equipment - Know your components and their operation prior to riding.
Be lift smart - Know how to load, ride, and unload safely. Ask if you need help.
Inspect the trails and features - Conditions change constantly; plan and adjust your riding accordingly.
Obey signs and warnings - Stay on market trails only keep off closed trail and features. Ride in the direction indicated.
Be visible - Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, feature, landing, or are not visible.
Look out for others - Look both ways and yield when entering or crossing a road or trail. When overtaking, use caution and yield to those ahead.
Cooperate - If involved in or witness to an incident, identify yourself to staff.
Know and Follow the Code. It is Your Responsibility.
Notice to Bike Park Riders
Safety - Inherent Risk - Exclusion of Liability
As with many adventure sports, riding in the Timberline Bike Park involves the risk of injury, including serious injury, head injury, paralysis or death. The risk of injury increases with the degree of difficulty of the trail and speed of descent. Although the risk of injury can never be eliminated, the rider can manage the risk through controlling speed and choosing terrain appropriate for the rider’s skill and experience. Orientation sessions, lessons, clinics and coaching offered through the Timberline Bike Park will also assist the rider in managing the risk of injury.
The use of the Timberline Bike Park is subject to the Bike Park release of liability, waiver of claims and assumption of risk agreement.
For more details, please contact Guest Services at 503-272-3158
Conservation is Key
It is of utmost importance that we protect Mt. Hood's water resources, prevent erosion, revegetate the landscape, and promote bee habitats while the bike park is operating and/or under construction. Timberline's Trail Crew have experience as trail stewards for other Mt. Hood bike trails. They work closely with Timberline's own Environmental Coordinator and the US Forest Service to make the Timberline Bike Park a sustainable and environmentally-conscious project.
For over 60 years, R.L.K. and Company has been an integral part of the Mt. Hood community. We recognize that we operate within a cherished natural landscape and actively work towards the preservation of Timberline Lodge and its natural surroundings.