Cascade Locks

Gorge 400 Rehabilitation and Camping Work party

Written by┬áBob Carey, TSI Instructor Please come join us Friday evening, May 20th, and Saturday, May 21st, at the Wyeth Campground for a fun-filled weekend with NWTA to breathe new life into the Gorge 400 trail. This is a unique opportunity to work on a legacy trail set in a picturesque location along the Columbia … Read More

Save The Date – Upcoming NWTA Events

(Dates are subject to change and more events will be added) April 2nd: Metro Newell Creek Grand Opening and Green Geckos MTB Clinic at Newell Creek April 2nd: Black Line Bluff and Tune Work Party at Rocky Point April 9th: Gorge 400 Trail Rehabilitation April 12th: Ride Leader Training – Gateway Green April 16th: Sandy … Read More

Cascade Locks Trail System Update

Written by Andrew Jansky ([email protected]) Northwest Trail Alliance has recently signed a volunteer stewardship agreement with the United States Forest Service (USFS) for the upcoming Cascade Locks Trail System in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area (CRGNSA). This area includes the part of the Gorge 400 trail that is open to bikes. To get … Read More

Press Release – New Trail Alert from USFS

August 10, 2021 – Cascade Locks, OR As featured in USFS The Scene Newsletter – August 2021 “The Forest Service is partnering with The Port of Cascade Locks and Northwest Trail Alliance to develop a 15-mile shared-use trail system that will expand opportunities for mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian use in the vicinity of Cascade … Read More

EasyClimb Trail dig day in cascade locks

Written by Matt Novak On April 17th from 10 am to 1 pm a maintenance party commenced at EasyClimb in Cascade Locks. Before a maintenance party of this size can happen, the Port of Cascade Locks has to be notified, and NWTA (me) has to bring it to the monthly commissioner meeting if additional maintenance … Read More

ADVOCACY ALERT-New Trails in the Gorge

Written by Andrew Jansky There is one final opportunity for you to help 25 miles of new forested single track to be built in the gorge. NWTA has been working on getting this new project approved, originally named CLIMB (Cascade Locks International Mountain Bike Trail) and located just above easyCLIMB in the cliffs above. The … Read More