mountain bikes

What will become of Waucoma Ridge?

About a 30-minute drive from Hood River, OR on the east side of Waucoma Ridge and south of Mt. Defiance you will find a vast and “stunningly beautiful” part of the forest that hides a network of old roads meandering through a diverse mosaic of forest types. This area has caught the eye of many local explorers including back country hikers and bikers, skiers, and trail runners. The Waucoma area is a recreation treasure, but according to Mt.

Protect sensitive species at Timberline!

Have you heard about the proposed Timberline Mountain Bike Park? In 2010, RLK, the company that operates the historic Timberline Lodge and ski area in Mt. Hood National Forest, proposed to build a 17-mile lift-assisted mountain bike trail system.

Hood River News: Polallie Cooper thinning project draws passion from groups

The U.S. Forest Service is planning a nearly 3,000-acre forest thinning and fuels reduction project on the north slope of Mount Hood, drawing more than a thousand written comments from Oregon environmental advocates and local biking groups.

Proposed Logging on Mt. Hood Will Affect the Future of Cooper Spur

Today, the Mt. Hood National Forest released a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Polallie Cooper Timber Sale, a controversial logging project proposed in the Cooper Spur area on Mt. Hood’s north slope.