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The Sandy Ridge trail area brings a welcome resource to the west side of Mt. Hood – it’s an easy drive from Portland, and the trails were all recently built and designed for flow. The trails are low enough on the mountain to stay open about 10 months a year; they’re designed to drain water and hold up to mud.

There are currently 6.5 miles of trails open, with a long-term goal of 16-18 miles of single-track.

Hide and Seek is an intermediate, four-mile descent dropping from an elevation of 2,280 feet to 1,120 with roots, rocks, rollers and jumps built into the trail. Laura’s Loop is a 0.75-mile beginner circuit near the gate with smooth, easy trails but some moderate inclines.

Recent additions include a bridge over Little Joe Creek and a brand-new section of trail. A new, 2.25-mile loop has been added to the Three Thirty Eight trail, including a technical, rock-drop section (there’s a bypass for riders who want to stay less technical).

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  1. Ride the Sandy Ridge Trail

    written by Eileen Garvin on June 27th, 2013

    As a dirt lover, I’ve been hankering to check out the Sandy Ridge Trail, which holds a special place as the mountain biking single-track closest to Portland. Located just east of the town of Sandy on the southwest flank of Mt. Hood, the system’s…

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