Mt Adams Country Bike Tour (MACBT) Routes

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We offer 4 fantastic routes whose beauty (and challenges) bring riders back year-after-year:
See Note below for 2018 Forest Loop route change.

11.5 MILE FAMILY FUN RIDE (White Loop Map) The not too demanding Fun Ride loop circles the beautiful Trout Lake Valley with panoramic views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood. All but 1 mile of this route is on country Roads with minimal traffic. Post-ride meal and T-shirt not included. 

New: RideWithGPS Family Fun Route Loop map
Check-In/Registration Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

51 MILE Trout Lake-BZ Corner-Glenwood LOOP (Red Loop Map) This loop, formerly known as the “Valley Loop,” takes you south to BZ Corner where you make a left turn and climb for 6.5 miles through spectacular rural and farmland scenery. You pass by Conboy Lake Wildlife Refuge with many glimpses of Mt. Adams and may see elk, deer and birds indigenous to the area. The route then circles back through pine forest and back into the Trout Lake Valley. 51 miles and total 2,700′ elevation gain. Post-ride meal and T-shirt included.

New: RideWithGPS 51 mile Valley Route map
Check-In/Registration Time: 8:00am to 10:00am

2017 Forest route blockage info
Forest Route Options

54 MILE FOREST LOOP (Green Loop Map) From Trout Lake climb 14.5 miles, (2,000′ gain), including a short 10% incline and then a long ride down with waterfalls, creeks, eagles and all the majesty this special country provides. From there 10 mile climb up to Big Tire Junction and then on to a downhill you will never forget, back to Trout Lake, (3,800′ gain). Post-ride meal and T-shirt included.

** NOTE for 2018: the Forest Loop will again be offered as two out-and-back sections totaling 58 miles, as the prior winter road damage will not be repaired until after June 2018. This split route offers more options. See map above or click image at right.

New: RideWithGPS Forest Routes A & B map
Check-In/Registration Time: 8:00am to 10:00am

105 MILE INFINITY RIDE (Green & Red Loop Maps) Begin with the Green Loop. Then stop at Heavenly Grounds on the east side of the gas station for lunch before continuing on the Red Loop to complete your 105 mile ride. Total 6,500′ elevation gain. This ride is fully supported with sagwagons, emergency teams, radio coverage, snacks/rest stops, and dinner. Post-ride meal and T-shirt included. A box lunch is available to purchase separately for $10. 

New: RideWithGPS Forest Routes A & B map &  51 mile Valley Route map
Check-In/Registration Time: 7:00am to 10:00am

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