The Whoopdee Trail is located just east of Hood River and is a fun cross-country loop. It's about 9 miles long with 1500' of climbing. The trail is on private timber land.
The trail is in great shape, ride it before the summer fire closure starts.
- updated 6/20/2017
Whoopdee is best ridden in the spring and fall, spring riders are usually greeted with excellent conditions, green meadows and Oregon Sunflowers. The trail should be avoided after a heavy rain or when there are freezing temperatures at night within the previous day or two. Whoopdee is typically closed to all access during the summer when the fire danger becomes high.
From the Whoopdee trail head, head south on the road for about a quarter mile to find the start of the counter-clockwise loop. Ronnoc, the new downhill trail option is now open, this cuts the traditional loop short and drops all the way to the bottom in a little over a mile.