Seattle Times - July, 2014
"The green metal structures are equipped with bunk beds and sleeping bags for five to eight people, depending on the hut. In the summer, if you have a small group, you may share a hut with another party. During the winter when you reserve a hut it is yours for the night. For summer visitors, a rudimentary kitchen is stocked with supplies including food, water and a propane stove."

Sept/Oct 2014 - BIKE Magazine
"On a dry, clear day at the Lolo Pass hut, Mount Hood looks close enough to touch."

Outdoors NW - 2014
"When we finally rolled up to the Dog River hut, our eyes popped wide open at the million dollar view of Mt. Hood."

Grand Tour Overview (6-days, 5-nights, up to 5 riders)
The Tour That Has It All!

Stay at all 5 of our huts on this 6-day, 5-night tour around Mt Hood. See all the sites offered on the Mt Hood Loop and enjoy some flexibility on days 2 and 3 to take on some challenging singletrack or take a more leisurely approach and simply enjoy more time relaxing in the outdoors.

After the challenging climbing of Day 1, take days 2 and 3 to recover or to discover some world-class singletrack trails. Trails in the area you’ll have the option to explore include Knebal Springs, Eightmile, Fifteenmile, and Cook’s Meadow.

The remainder of the tour takes in all of the highlights of the Mt Hood Loop with travels along a portion of Barlow Road, part of the historic Oregon Trail; a picturesque and refreshing stop at Trillium Lake; the thrilling descent down the Pioneer Bridle Trail; and, the inspiring view from Lolo Pass Hut.

Grand Tour via Main Route







Day 1

Hood River to Surveyors Ridge

27 miles



100’ to 4,100’

Day 2

Surveyors Ridge to Dog River

8 miles



4,100’ to 3,700’

Day 3

Dog River to Fivemile

11 miles



3,700’ to 3,400’

Day 4

Fivemile to Barlow

37 miles



3,400’ to 3,200’

Day 5

Barlow to Lolo Pass

43 miles



3,200’ to 3,500’

Day 6

Lolo Pass to  Hood River

34 miles



3,500’ to 100’



160 miles




6-Day Package - $677/person

  • 6-day, 5-night tour around Mt Hood
  • Maximum 5 riders per group
  • Huts supplied with propane stove, lamps, kitchen utensils, sleeping bags and pads
  • Huts are stocked with food, drinks and water
  • We provide access to huts and detailed directions of the route
  • It is highly recommend that you bring a GPS device – we provide GPS files

Please see our reservation and refund policies on our Summer Routes page.