Cycling the Hood River Valley
Cycling the Hood River Valley and it’s quiet backroads, opens up a world of gorgeous scenery, handcrafted beers and ciders, farm stands, museums, and wineries. A network of excellent cycling roads winds through the valleys fruit orchards. In the spring, be witness to an explosion of cherry, pear and apple blossoms. Summer finds the early summer fruits, warm days and cool nights. In the fall bask in the splendor of fall foliage and an amazing Oregon harvest.
A fine option for awesome Hood River Valley backroads in the Hood River County Fruit Loop. Ride all 35 miles of it or just sections and take time to visit the venues along the way. And please remember their motto: Ride it, Respect it. Enjoy it. Protect it!
Start planning your cycling vacation and enjoy the cool nights, fall foliage from the Old Parkdale Inn. These are just a few road cycling options. Should you be the mountain bike type, we’ve got you covered there, too. Just ask an innkeeper. They’ll point you in the right direction.
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