Shuttles

Oregon Adventures has access to hundreds of miles of world-class single track on dozens of trails. Our shuttle service and tours are based out of Oakridge, and our guides and staff are friendly locals.

There are several shuttle and tour options available.

Contact us and we can help you choose your adventure.

2012 Shuttle Schedule and Prices

Alpine Shuttle Schedule

Opening Day will be in Late May to Early June , trail conditions and weather dependent
 

June 15 - October 14
Monday-Thursday: Shuttle leaves Oregon Adventures daily at 10am sharp (arrive by 9:45)
Friday-Sunday: Shuttles leaves Oregon Adventures at 9am (arrive by 8:45) and Noon (arrive by 11:45)

October 15 - end of season
Shuttle every day leaves at 10 am sharp. Please arrive at Oregon Adventures by 9:45.
Closing mid-October to early November, weather dependent

Price:
$25 per person during scheduled times. One rider minimum.
$35 per person during non-scheduled times. One rider minimum.


All guided tours must be scheduled at least 1 week in advance.


All Shuttles still run during our Oregon Adventures tours.
Shuttles do NOT run during Mt. Bike Oregon or The Cascade Cream Puff.
Oregon Adventures is closed July 1, 2012 (CCP), July 19-22, 2012 (MBO), and August 16-19, 2012 (MBO).

Single Trail Shuttles

Alpine Trail

Distance: 14 miles. The Oakridge Crown Jewel - 14 miles of delicious singletrack. Not enough? Read the full description over on the trails page. Price: $25 per person shuttle only. $50 per person Guided.
One rider minimum.

 

All shuttles other than Alpine must be booked at least two days in advance.

Larison Rock

3.5 miles of ripping fast downhill, followed by a 1/2 mile easy spin back to Greenwaters Park in Oakridge. Take the time and spin up the 1/2 mile of switchbacks to the top of Larison Rock for another fantastic view of the Cascades. What goes up must come down! Read the full description on the trails page. Price: $10 per person
Two rider minimum.

Moon Point

Before the 6.5 miles of ripping downhill, ride the short (1/3 mile) out-n-back to Young’s Rock, a rock outcropping with a wicked view. The best way to complete this ride is to ride the bottom 10 miles of the Middle Fork Trail. Great downhill followed by a classic Oregon river trail. Read the full description on the trails page. Price: $40 per person
Four rider minimum.

Middle Fork

One thing Oregon is known for is long single-track river trails. We might be biased, but we think this is the best one. Read the full description on the trails page. Price: $30 per person to Paddy's Valley. $50 pp Guided.
$50 pp to Timpanogas (the top). $75 pp Guided
Three rider minimum.

Alpine - Tire Mountain - Cloverpatch (ATC)

A little longer with more climbing than the Alpine trail. 20 miles. Read the full description over on the trails page.
Price: $25 per person. $75 pp Guided.
One rider minimum.

Alpine - Tire Mountain - Winberry Divide - North Shore Tie (ATW)

Due to the confusing nature of this ride, with many trail junctions and logging road crossings, we require a guide accompany riders for their first time on this trail. This trail drops you even further from Oakridge, so it might require some extra logistics for a car drop, a long gravel road ride back to town, or a little extra cash for a pickup at the end of your ride. Read the full description on the trails page. Price: $25 per person for dropoff only. $75 pp Guided. Pickup and backshuttle cost for shuttle only - $50 per person
One rider minimum.

Bunchgrass

Don't let the mileage fool you. This is a rugged, epic ride. Some places the singletrack is not obvious. The upper trailhead sits at an elevation of over 5800 feet. Lots of steep climbing (over 3K), exposure and wickedly tight switchbacks await you. Read the full description on the trails page. Price: $30 per person for dropoff only. $75 pp Guided.
Three rider minimum.

One Day / Multi-Trail Shuttle Packages

New for 2012

Alpine Daze

Alpine Daze are intended as a fun group ride on our famed Alpine Trail. Meet other mountain bikers and share the good times as you cruise down the trail and stop to savor the views. We will drop you off at the top and meet you at the bottom with a tasty lunch.  This one-day tour includes a guide and a tasty lunch.  Register with one of the dates below:

2012 Alpine Daze Dates:
July 14 --> REGISTER
August 12 --> REGISTER
September 8 --> REGISTER
September 9 --> REGISTER

 


17K In A Day Tour

Our NEW one day tour
If you are an advanced rider that loves to chew up singletrack uphill as well as downhill, this is the tour for you!  Oregon Adventures combines the best trails to let you bag three vertical miles in a day. This is a long day with significant elevation gain as well. Advanced riders only.
See the full description of this one day tour for trails, options and prices.

2012 17K In a Day Tour Dates:
July 28 --> REGISTER
August 11 --> REGISTER
September 2 --> REGISTER

"Hauler" - Hardesty and Lawler Double Shutttle

Hardesty is a very well known and popular trail. First, warm up on a couple of miles of dirt road (because of a road wash out), then a steep 1/2 mile single-track climb leads to an awesome 5 mile downhill descent. There are some great views on this ride, so stop, let your rotors cool down, and soak in the scenery.

Lawler is an amazing trail that tends to get overlooked. You'll start with a 1/2 mile single-track climb. Then down, short climbs, down, more climbing and down, the ride is about 7 miles. Lawler is more technical than Hardesty with some steep and tight switchbacks. Want a little more? Ride the 1 mile (2 mile round trip) Lone Wolf trail that leads past the Lone Wolf shelter and out to a fantastic view of Lookout Point Reservoir and the hills to the west. You'll start your double shuttle experience by riding Lawler first. We'll be waiting for you at the bottom to drive you up to Hardesty.
Read the full descriptions over on the trails page. Price: $50 per person shuttle. $75 per person guided
Four rider minimum.

"The Triple" - Flat Creek, Aubrey Mountain, and Larison Rock

This is a great multi-trail package all by itself, or is a perfect add-on if you've knocked out an Alpine shuttle by early afternoon.  All three of these trails are relatively short and close-in to Oakridge, considered cross-country style downhills, with switchbacks and a few blind corners thrown in for good measure. But they are all downhill with very little pedaling required. Great for a half-day trip! Flat Creek is a 3 mile fun downhill cross-country trail with swoopy turns and lush single-track. We call this Alpine Trail's "baby brother". Aubrey Mountain is a 3 mile trail that starts as a nice cross-country trail out to the meadow and then it gets steep for a mile and then returns to a cross-country style trail. Larison Rock is 3.5 miles of fast, fun, flowy, cross-country style downhill. This trail is fast with lots of corners that come at you quick. Read the full descriptions over on the trails page. Price: $30 per person shuttle. No guide needed for this set.
Three rider minimum.

"Four for the Money" - Heckletooth, Flat Creek, Aubrey Mountain, and Larison Creek

This package is just like "The Triple", except it's an even better deal. Since the other three trails in the “Four for the Money” packet require zero climbing we added Heckletooth so you could earn that extra pint. Heckletooth - with a name like that why wouldn't you want to ride it? Depending on your drop point, the Heckletooth ride is between 7 and 11 miles and has between a total of .5 and 1.25 miles of total climbing. Heckletooth takes you though a variety of forest including old growth, a burn, and second growth. Since this ride runs along a ridge just east of town, you will be treated with some amazing views of the area. The trail is quite steep in a couple sections, and has a couple switchbacks that are best walked by mere mortals. Flat Creek is a 3 mile fun downhill cross-country trail with swoopy turns and lush single-track. This is like Alpine Trail's baby brother. Aubrey Mountain is a 3 mile trail that starts as a nice cross-country trail out to the meadow and then it gets steep for a mile and then returns to a cross-country style trail. Larison Rock is 3.5 miles of fast, fun, flowy, downhill cross-country style downhill. This trail is fast with lots of corners that come at you quick. Read the full descriptions over on the trails page. Price: $40 per person shuttle. $75 per person guided.
Four rider minimum.

 

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