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Very hard to navigate and had to ride on the highway. Saw 2 otters and a deer but just ok ride.
Lovely trail not even too crowded on a Sunday. Well marked and very shady
Lovely trail but very busy for a Wednesday. App helps see where you are as many twists and turns.
Lovely paved trail spoiled by lots of homeless. Looks like the city is trying to keep the trash picked up but the this is all Graffiti spoils the ride.
Beautiful shady trail lined with wildflowers. Nice flat trail with lots of pretty scenery.
We rode 11 miles each way on great paved surface along the river. We loved this trail.
Could be called homeless trail. Very unnerving with so many people coming out of the bushes and actually laying on the trail. Nicely paved a bit hard to follow with so many entrances and exits.
This trail is good for commuting.
This is a pleasant forested section, but it’s only about 2.5 miles one way from the parking in Cascade Locks to a very steep set of stairs that impedes access to the rest of the trail. If you had two people you could transport each bike up the stairs to continue the ride. I didn’t have anyone to help me and my bike is very heavy so I turned around. A note about parking: Park under the bridge in Cascade Locks, but don’t take the steep downhill road that leads you down to the railroad tracks. If you do turn around and go back to the parking lot. The trail start almost on the shoulder of the highway and then veers off into a peaceful wooded area
The trail and parking was open as of June 1, 2020 during Phase 2 of the Covid-19 situation. We rented bikes at Discover Bicycles in Hood River to ride the Historic Hwy bike path. We had a bike rack with us and we were staying in Mosier so we road the section from Mosier to Hood River (5 miles one way). This is an outstanding ride! Riding from Mosier to Hood River The trail is either uphill or level. Enjoy a picnic lunch and restrooms (flush toilets) and water at the Hood River parking lot. Riding to Mosier the trail is mostly downhill or level. Currently this is the best section of the trail to ride.
Started the trail in Mosier and rode in the direction of Hoodriver. This way it was mostly uphill or flat. Great picnic spot at the Hoodriver trailhead parking lot. Return trip was flat or mostly downhill for a fun way to end the ride. 11.4 miles round trip from condo in Mosier. Slightly shorter if starting from trail head parking lot ($5 day fee).
I did this ride on a Wed afternoon in June during the Covid lockdown. The Discovery Center was closed (free parking). There were some old homestead cabins on display that you can walk around on the center grounds. From the Discovery Center start riding on the trail and get a very fun downhill for several miles all the way to the Bargeway Pub which had just opened (June 3, 2020) to allow patio seating. This is a good stop to enjoy food or beverage. The trail continues on, but the view is more industrial, so you could just turn around and return to the Discovery Center Parking lot (free parking). It’s a bit challenging riding uphill on the way back and the headwinds are very strong in the afternoon making it even harder, but it is doable. If you want a longer ride, just continue on all the way to the marina and river front park. The full distance out and back is 12.8 miles and it took me 1:53 in riding time and I’m very slow riding uphill.
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