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Mount Hood, Oregon

8 mi   gravel

to Forest Road 17

Gravel route on Surveyors Ridge Rd, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

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14 mi   gravel

Bear Creek Loop

Gravel route on NF-16, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

"Pavement, gravel, doubletrack."

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17 mi   gravel

Forest Road 1700-661 to Ketchum Road

Gravel route from N Section Line Trail #451 to Vensel Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"The upper end of this road starts out very rough between the two green gates that are about 2 miles apart. After that it gradually gets better and better with lower 1/3 being very smooth wide gravel with lots of wildflowers in the spring. There may be some downed trees in the upper 2 miles also. "

12 mi   gravel

Forest Road 1711 to Forest Road 1700-660

Gravel route from NF-1711 to Surveyors Ridge Rd, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

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7 mi   gravel

Lolo Pass Road

Gravel route from Lolo Pass Rd to NF-1810, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

"This gravel is much much smoother than the shorter route on Lolo Pass Rd. There are some rough parts as you near the end, it's usually when I get flats vs the first half (on 28cc usually)."

5 mi   gravel

to National Forest Development Road 3550

Gravel route from Elk Meadows trailhead to Bennett Pass Rd, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

2 mi   gravel

3540-640 to National Forest Development Road 3540

Gravel route on NF-3540, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

5 mi   gravel

Pillory Point

Gravel route from NF-3540 to Unnamed Road, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

"Pavement, gravel."

13 mi   gravel

National Forest Development Road 1700-690

Gravel route on NF-1720, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

"Mixed surface. Pavement, singletrack, gravel, doubletrack."

18 mi   gravel

Brooks Meadow - Skyline - 3 Mile

Gravel route from NF-1720 to 3 Mile County Rd, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon

"On the west side, this route starts out on a single lane, old, paved road that eventually perfectly wears out into gravel and dirt as it descends from pine forest, into more sparse land with hardwood trees, and some very old farms. Pavement picks back up where the route ends at the east, but this paved road can be ridden another 7 miles into The Dalles. Heading west towards Mt. Hood, one can ride over the top and down to route 35, which is paved the entire way, but sees light traffic. At the unmarked pass of NF-44, a side road to the south, Lookout Mountain Road, is tough dirt and gravel, with sporadic views. "

51 mi   gravel

Lolo Pass Rd / NF-16

Gravel route from E Lolo Pass Rd to NF-16, Mount Hood, Hood River County, Oregon

"Part of the Barlow Trail route."

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