Cascade Locks

A Weekend’s Work During Dig Season

November 12 and 13 was a BUSY weekend for Northwest Trail Alliance volunteers and members!  All told, there was over 400 hours of volunteer work put in over the course of the weekend spread across 6 different locations including a night ride social at Stub Stewart. Here are some highlights. FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS AT STUB … Read More

Easy Climb Trails Maintenance Day – 8/27

Brushing and cleaning up the trails at Easy Climb in Cascade Locks About this event Come on out and help us get the Easy Climb trails back into tip-top shape for riding. The bulk of the work will be brushing trails, and trimming back weeds and other brush. We’ll be working from 10am to 1pm. … 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

Gorge Trail 400 Rehabilitation on 4/9

Let’s do some work on Gorge Trail 400! About this event We would like you to join us for a unique opportunity to work on a legacy project in the Columbia River Gorge near Cascade Locks on the Gorge 400 Trail. NWTA does not get to build or modify mountain bike trails on federal land … Read More

TSI Trail School @ Easy Climb Trail (Cascade Locks) on 02/06

The Trail Sustainability Institute will be hosting Trail School at the Easy Climb Trail in Cascade Locks. About this event Northwest Trail Alliance’s Trail Sustainability Institute’s goal is to foster a culture of land stewardship within the mountain bike community. By teaching folks to build sustainable trails and by training experienced trail stewards to lead crews … 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