Highway 35 Tributaries

As of 11-21-2011, many areas of Mt. Hood National Forest received snow down to the 1500 foot elevation making many forest roads difficult to navigate.  The public should check with local Forest Service offices before embarking upon any excursion to the woods.  Many areas are becoming impassable or hazardous due to the presence of snow. Snow is not plowed on national forest roads and forest roads are not maintained for winter travel.  Navigation gps systems directing use of national forest roads do not consider that roads are narrow or can be closed by snow.   Motorists should be prepared. 

 Link to More Information on Winter Driving and Travel Safety

Road Number Road Name Current Condition
13 Road to Lost Lake CLOSED by Snow
1310 Wahtum Lake Rd. CLOSED by Snow
16  Red Hill Drive CLOSED by Snow
18 Lolo Pass Road OPEN to mile post 6.0, then CLOSED by Snow
2610 Frog Lake Entrance

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.025

Spur off 250

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.220

Frog Lake Buttes

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.221

Frog Lake Buttes

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.230

Frog Lake Campground Road

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.240

Wapinitia Pass

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2610.250

Green Lake Road

OPEN but blocked by snow fields

2630 To Clear Lake Campground CLOSED to Campground
2630.220 To Clear Lake Campground CLOSED for Winter Season
2630.221 To Clear Lake Campground CLOSED for Winter Season
2640   CLOSED by Snow
2640.230    Closed 12-1-2011
2840 Road to Laurance Lake OPEN
3512 To Cooper Spur Ski Area

Road is open to Cooper Spur Winter Sports Area:  Road closed at Mile Post 1.5 (start of road segment which leads to Cloud Cap Inn)

3530   CLOSED from mile post 1.0 to mile post 1.6 as of 12-15-2011; CLOSED From Highway 35 to Forest Road 43
4200.240 Clear Lake Butte Road  CLOSED 12-1-2011
43   CLOSED 12-1-2011
4320  

CLOSED 12-1-2011

44 Old Dufur Mill Rd. OPEN to mile post 1.7
48 Wamic Rd. CLOSED by Snow at mile post 8.0