Railbike Tour with Mount Hood Railroad - Thursday, May 30th, 2024 - Columbia Land Trust
Conservation and recreation converge along the Powerdale Corridor of Hood River

Join Columbia Land Trust for an afternoon pedaling railbikes leisurely along the Hood River, passing through the picturesque Powerdale Corridor, a site conserved by Columbia Land Trust since the removal of Pacificorp’s hydropower dam. The motorized tandem bikes, operated by Mount Hood Railroad, are designed to climb up the valley with minimal effort, so you can enjoy the scenery carry conversations with ease. This tour will include a stop for lunch where Columbia Land Trust staff will share information about our work in the Powerdale Corridor.  

Powerdale Natural Area in Hood River, Oregon

We have reserved railbikes with Mount Hood Railroad from 12:00pm – 2:30pm on Thursday, May 30th, 2024 and will ask guests to check in with us on site in Hood River at 11:00am.

The registration fee of $100 per person on this tour pays for the cost of one seat on a two-person seated rail bike. To reserve both seats on a single tandem bike, please purchase two tickets for $200. As your purchase pays for the cost of the tour provided, it is not considered a tax-deductible donation. All ticket purchases for this tour are non-refundable. 

Photo by Mount Hood Railroad

Register here to join us!

After registering, look for a confirmation email from us to verify your registration and provide further event information. All attendees will be asked to sign a participation release form for Columbia Land Trust and separately, one for Mount Hood Railroad. If you have questions about this tour, please contact us at events@columbialandtrust.org.