Mountain Bike Deep in the Cascades With Oregon Adventures

By Sonia Isotov

Located on HWY 58 in the heart of Oakridge is Oregon Adventures, a locally owned and operated shuttle and guide service for mountain bikers. Adventurers can ride on over 40 mountain trails in the nearby U.S. National Forest, and even camp riverside at Oregon Adventures private campground.

Oakridge is often referred to as the mountain biking capital of the Pacific Northwest as it is in the heart of the Cascade Mountains, surrounded by hundreds of miles of beautiful single-track trails in a forest paradise.

Oregon Adventure rides are hosted by trail guides who offer single and multi-day mountain bike tours as well as trailside shuttle service to start any private rides. own private ride. Their friendly staff and guides are all local to the area and know exactly where the best spots are to ride. The guides will take riders down amazing descents safety and find level-appropriate challenges that every mountain biker will adore.

Descending from mountain tops as high as 18,000 ft up, riders can enjoy miles of mountain biking trails all in one incredible day. Feel like a kid again with Oregon Adventures. Alpine shuttles run every day starting at 9:45 am.

Riders can buy the Oregon Adventures Alpine 10 shuttle pass card for $270 and save money. Alpine Shuttles are $30/each regularly. Use the passcard for a group, a work retreat, and just use them one at a time. Customers can rest assured the Oregon Adventures is U.S. Forest Service permitted and carry appropriate insurances.

Oregon Adventures
Location: 47921 HWY 58, Oakridge, OR 97463
Phone: (541) 968-5397
Hours of Operations: 9 AM – 5 PM M-Sun
Website: https://www.facebook.com/OregonAdventures.OROR/

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