YOUTH MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDING A TURN IN FRONT OF MT HOOD AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK
MOUNTAIN BIKER POPPING A WHEELY AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK ON MT. HOOD
LIFT-ASSISTED MT. HOOD BIKE TRAILS
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We look forward to beginning the 2024 Timberline Bike Park season in early July. The bike park will be open Wednesday through Sundays 10:30am - 5:00pm, and staying open until 7:00pm on Fridays.

Stay tuned here for updates!

Products and Pricing
MOUNTAIN BIKERS AND THEIR BIKES RIDING THE LIFT AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK WITH MT. HOOD LARGE IN THE BACKGROUND
2024 Tickets and Passes

DIRT ALLIANCE The Timberline Bike Park is part of the Dirt Alliance! 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.

RULES OF USE Operations may be limited or modified at any time in response to changing circumstances. All tickets must be used in the same season as the accompanying pass and are valid during the season of purchase only. There will be absolutely no refunds or rain checks. A lift ticket or bike season pass, helmet, close-toed shoes, and functioning front and rear brakes are required in order to access the Timberline Bike Park. Full suspension bikes are strongly recommended. Timberline is not responsible for damaged equipment. Use this terrain at your own risk. All mountain bikers must walk their bikes through the hotel parking lot and chute.

E-BIKES Class 1 electric bikes are permitted in the Timberline Bike Park.

ADAPTIVE BIKES Adaptive riders are welcome! Timberline Bike Park is committed to giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy mountain biking. Making our trails accessible to as many people as possible is a priority, although guests must be able to load and unload the chairlift independently or with the assistance of an accompanying person. Choose an appropriate trail to fit your abilities and equipment and stay on the trail. Trail widths vary between 16” and 66”. If additional assistance is required, we will make reasonable accommodations when possible. If you have any questions about using your adaptive bike at Timberline, please contact Guest Services at (503) 272-3158 or email the Bike Park Manager.

AGE TYPE PRICE
Adult Age 13+ All Day Ticket $50
Youth Age 12 & under All Day Ticket $40
Adult Age 13+ Timberline Season Pass $249
Youth Age 12 & under Timberline Season Pass $199

SEASON PASSES ON SALE NOW

TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK COACH WITH STUDENT JUMPING THEIR MOUNTAIN BIKE IN THE BIKE PARK ON MT. HOOD
2024 Mountain Bike Lessons and Camps

BIKE LESSONS This summer, we will be offering mountain bike lessons for beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders. Season passholders get a 10% discount on lessons (taken at register, cannot be applied online). Rentals and lift tickets are not included. Private lessons can be be booked below.

YOUTH 3-DAY BIKE CAMPS Sessions are offered 10:30am - 3:30pm for the dates listed below. Campers are encouraged to bring their own sack lunch or can purchase meals at the lodge. Hotel rooms may be booked for Timberline Lodge or surrounding areas. Rentals and lift tickets are not included. REGISTER FOR BIKE CAMP

Anyone participating in a mountain bike camp or lesson must have previous biking experience. Please call (503) 272-3341 with any questions!
SKILL LEVEL LESSON TYPE PRICE
Intermediate and above 1 Hour Quick Skills Lesson
Rentals & tickets ARE NOT included
$100/single lesson
$75/each additional hour
$40/adult or $30/junior discounted bike park tickets
Any 2 Hour Private Lesson
Rentals & tickets ARE NOT included
$175/single lesson
$100/each additional participant (4 max)
$75/each additional hour
$40/adult or $30/junior discounted bike park tickets
AGE CAMP SESSIONS PRICE
Youth Age 8-16 July 31 - Aug. 2, 2024
Aug. 7 - 9, 2024
Aug. 14 - 16, 2024
Rentals & tickets ARE NOT included
$350/non-passholders
$275/passholders
If non-passholders would like to purchase a pass at the end of camp,
$125 may be applied towards pass purchase.
PRE-REGISTER FOR 2024

TREK MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTALS AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK ON MT HOOD
2024 Timberline Mountain Bike Rentals

All Timberline bike rentals can be rented online and on-site at the Timberline Bike Shop on a first-come-first-served basis. Timberline’s bike rentals are only for using within our bike park boundaries.

Bikes for sale: We’ve got bikes from the last few seasons up for sale! The best way to get first shot at purchasing those bikes is to follow us on pinkbike.com. Our user name is timberlinebikepark. Follow us to get notified when we post bikes for sale.

Youth packages include all safety equipment. Adult pricing is separate.

TYPE ONLINE PRICE
minimum 1-day advance purchase
WALK-IN PRICE
Deluxe Bike $120 $125
Standard Bike $90 $100
Youth Deluxe Bike Age 12 & under $90 $100
Youth Standard Bike Age 12 & under $60 $65
Armor Package (includes helmet and all pads) $28 $28
Helmet or Elbow and Knee Pads $14 $14
Chest and Back Pads $10 $10
Bike Damage Insurance highly recommended
Covers damage and repairs incurred during rental use for up to $1000
$20 $20

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TREK is an official partner of the
TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK 

All Timberline bike rentals can be rented online and on-site on a first-come-first-served basis.  Damage insurance can be purchased for $18 and covers rental bike damage and repairs incurred during rental use for up to $1000.  

RENT BIKES ONLINE

Deluxe Package

Includes a choice of Trek Slash 9.8 (29'er), or Transition Sentinel (29'er).  Protective gear rented separately.

Trek Slash 9.8 is a carbon enduro mountain bike built to handle big hits, rail corners, and rip down the mountain faster than you ever thought possible. Ultra stiff and ultra tough carbon frame, carbon wheels, and the most refined suspension tech from RockShox make this long-travel 29er a worthy contender for any dedicated rider and enduro podium.

Transition Sentinel (photo not yet available) It's forgiving do-it-all attitude truly blurs the lines between planted bottomless sender and playful poppy trail pony. Whether you're chasing EWS dreams or just a weekend afternoon escape, it will bring out the best in you. So easy to get acquainted with you'll find yourself sending lines, jumps and maneuvers you always felt were beyond your ability. Where before you went around, now you go over. Where you pushed up, now you pedal. Where you rolled, now you boost.

Standard Package

Includes Trek Fuel EX 8 (27.5” wheels).  Protective gear rented separately.

Trek Fuel EX 8 is a dialed trail bike for riders who chase down rowdy descents and want a bike that's happy to pedal back to the top and do it again. It has a stout alloy frame and an upgraded Shimano XT drivetrain for smooth precise shifting. The 150mm Fox Rhythm fork makes easy work of rocks and roots while the Fox Float X shock keeps you in control. New in frame storage and adjustable geometry give you all the perks that come with the carbon model, but without the lofty price tag.

Youth Deluxe Package

Includes helmet, elbow/knee pads, and a Norco Fluid FS 2 20, Norco Fluid FS 2 24, or a Transition Ripcord

Norco Fluid FS 2 20 is a progressive, aggressive full suspension trail bike designed for young riders to tackle a wide range of demanding trails with confidence and capability. The Fluid FS 2 20 features 100mm of X-Fusion 02 Pro rear suspension matched to a Manitou J-Unit Expert Air 120mm fork. It features Norco youth-specific touch points, a Shimano Zee/Deore 10-speed drivetrain and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.

Norco Fluid FS 2 24 is a progressive, aggressive full suspension trail bike designed for young riders to tackle a wide range of demanding trails with confidence and capability. TheThe Fluid FS 2 20 features 100mm of X-Fusion 02 Pro rear suspension matched to a Manitou J-Unit Expert Air 120mm fork. It features Norco youth-specific touch points, a Shimano Zee/Deore 10-speed drivetrain and Tektro hydraulic disc brakes.

Transition Ripcord 24 A full suspension ripper, whether you’re rallying our bike park, doing singletrack rides with your parents, or hitting up a pump track, this bike was built to do it all.  Featuring Rockshox front and rear suspension, Knobby Maxxis tires, and hydraulic disc brakes, these things will help your little ripper go full send.

Youth Standard Package

Includes helmet, elbow/knee pads, and a Norco Fluid HT + 2.3 or 4.3 (20” or 24”

 

Norco Fluid HT + 2.3 or 4.3 These hardtail kids bikes are for our entry level riders looking to have fun on our green trails and get comfortable on the mountain so both you and your kids can get excited about riding.  Available in 20” or 24” frame sizes.

TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK TRAIL MAP
Trail Map

CLICK HERE to download the map. Please check the CONDITIONS page for daily trail status and operating hours.

TRAIL LEVEL ABILITY
Gotta Go Green - Freeride Easier
Gravy Train Green - Freeride Easier
Re-Align Blue - Freeride More Difficult
Arctic Circle Blue - Freeride More Difficult
Dirtbag Down Blue - Freeride More Difficult
Xerces Blue - Freeride More Difficult
The Rock Blue - Technical More Difficult
B-52 Blue - Technical More Difficult
Brobi-Wan Black - Technical Most Difficult
Camino de Michoacán Black - Technical Most Difficult
Quandary Black - Technical Most Difficult
AntFarm Black - Technical Most Difficult

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NSAA Mountain Biker's Responsibility Code

Safety and Sustainability
TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK SAFETY
Safety First

While we continue construction of the Timberline Bike Park, we ask that guests and public stay out of the construction areas 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 limited amount of time they have to complete projects.

Bikers, when involved in a biking accident, shall not depart from the ski area/bike park without leaving their names and addresses if reasonably possible.

A biker who is injured should, if reasonably possible, give notice of the injury to the bike park/ ski area operator before leaving the bike park/ski area.

Bikers shall not embark or disembark from a lift except at designated areas or by the authority of the bike park/ski area operator.

Violation of any of the duties of bikers set forth in subsection (1) of this section entitles the bike park/ski area operator to withdraw the violator’s privilege of biking.


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.

BIKE PARK RULES & RESPONSIBILITY CODE

TIMBERLINE MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK SAFETY

Timberline Bike Park Zone Rules

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.

  1. Mountain weather changes quickly. Be prepared with appropriate clothing and footwear.
  2. Stay on marked trails. Do not cut corners.
  3. Always ride in control.
  4. Be aware of unmarked obstacles and trail changes.
  5. Ride with a partner.
  6. Body armor and full face helmet are recommended.
  7. Bikers, when involved in a biking accident, shall not depart from the ski area/bike park without leaving their names and addresses if reasonably possible.
  8. A biker who is injured should, if reasonably possible, give notice of the injury to the bike park/ ski area operator before leaving the bike park/ski area.
  9. Bikers shall not embark or disembark from a lift except at designated areas or by the authority of the bike park/ski area operator.
  10. Violation of any of the duties of bikers set forth in this section entitles the bike park/ski area operator to withdraw the violator’s privilege of biking.

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.

ALWAYS:

  1. Stay in control - You are responsible for avoiding objects and people.
  2. Know your limits - Ride within your ability. Start small and work your way up.
  3. Protect yourself - Use an appropriate bike, helmet, and protective equipment.
  4. Inspect and maintain your equipment - Know your components and their operation prior to riding.
  5. Be lift smart - Know how to load, ride, and unload safely. Ask if you need help.
  6. Inspect the trails and features - Conditions change constantly; plan and adjust your riding accordingly.
  7. Obey signs and warnings - Stay on market trails only keep off closed trail and features. Ride in the direction indicated.
  8. Be visible - Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, feature, landing, or are not visible.
  9. 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.
  10. 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

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Conservation is Key

Do your part to control the spread of invasive weeds: Please clean your bike before entering the bike park at the bike wash station. Invasive weeds can spread when their seeds hitch a ride in the mud and dirt on your bike, shoes, and other equipment. Some plants can even spread from vegetation that can get stuck in your chain or gears.

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.

TIMBERLINE SUSTAINABILITY

MOUNTAIN BIKER JUMPING IN THE FOREST AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK
FAMILY OF MOUNTAIN BIKERS ENTERING THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK WITH SNOWY MT HOOD IN THE BACKGROUND AND PURPLE FLOWERS IN THE FOREGROUND
MOUNTAIN BIKER RIDING AMOUNG THE WILDFLOWERS WITH MT JEFFERSON IN THE BACKGROUND
MOUNTAIN BIKER RIDING IN FRONT OF TIMBERLINE LODGE
FEMALE MOUNTAIN BIKER IN RED COAT ON A BRIDGE IN THE TIMBERLINE MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK
THREE MOUNTAIN BIKES LOADED ONTO THE LIFT AT TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK WITH MT JEFFERSON IN THE BACK GROUND
FEMALE MOUNTAIN BIKER RIDING AMONG THE WILDFLOWERS AND BUTTERFLIES AT TIMBERLINE
FEMALE MOUNTAIN BIKER IN BLUE RIDING THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK WITH MT HOOD IN THE BACKGROUND
MALE MOUNTAIN BIKER IN YELLOW SHIRT JUMPING AMOUNG THE WILDFLOWERS WITH MT HOOD IN THE BACKGROUND
MOUNTAIN BIKING DUO RIDING THROUGH THE TREE AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK
MOUNTAIN BIKERS RIDING THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK
TWO MOUNTAIN BIKERS HITTING JUMPS AT THE TIMBERLINE BIKE PARK
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