Olallie Trail Shuttle

Step Back in Time on the Olallie Trail

Departs at 8:00 AM 4 to 6 Hours on Trail For Advanced Riders
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If steep climbs and lush forests sound like the ideal mountain biking environment, check out the Olallie Trail! It’s about 4 to 6 hours long and is recommended for advanced riders only. Our shuttle makes getting here super easy: you can hop on at the Upper McKenzie Community Center, and we’ll drop you off right at the Olallie North Trailhead. No need to worry about transporting your bike—we’ve got it covered.

How It Works

Meet at the McKenzie Outdoor Center in Blue River, and we’ll get you set up for the ride ahead! Make sure you have all the necessities with you—your bike, helmet, and snacks/drinks—and we’ll get it all packed. From there, we’ll make our way to the Olallie Trail North Trailhead, the starting point of your adventure.

Get ready to speed through the iconic scenery the Pacific Northwest is famous for. With its towering trees and lava rocks, the Willamette National Forest can make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. You’ll spend anywhere from 4 to 6 hours on the trail before reaching the finish line. From there, it’s just a short ride back to your vehicle at the McKenzie Outdoor Center. Afterwards, you’re welcome to stop by Horse Creek Lodge to celebrate with a post-ride shower and free drinks courtesy of our sponsors!

Olallie Trail Map

Horse Creek Reviews
#1 of 7 Specialty lodging in McKenzie Bridge

“After a recommendation from a friend on the shuttle service up to the McKenzie river trail my wife and I decided to make a short trip from Bend to ride the McKenzie river trail and stay at the lodge. We arrived in the morning and the shuttle took us and our bikes up to the top of McKenzie River trail. Shuttle driver was friendly and informed us of some of the other trails to take advantage of the next time we were in town. The trail was beautiful but a bit long and technical for my wife who was on her 2nd ride of the year on her mountain bike. We stayed in the Tamolitch Cabin. It was a perfect balance of rustic with modern amenities. The rooms and amenities were well thought out to make sure the guests had an enjoyable experience in which we did. Alyssa and here husband were there to make sure we had everything we needed. We will definitely revisit Horse Creek soon and this time stay an extra night.” — Mike T. (via Yelp)

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