Area Status: Open
Provides accesses to: the southern part of the Gearhart Mountain Trail #100 and allows visitors the opportunity to travel north through the middle of Gearhart Mountain Wilderness or to connect with the Boulder Springs Trail #101. Palisade Rocks, a geologic wonder of volcanic rock spires, towers, and balancing rocks, is only one mile from this trailhead.
The Lookout Rock Trailhead, 45 minutes northeast of Bly, Oregon, is at Gearhart Mountain Wilderness's southern boundary. There are no amenities, but it is only a mile past Corral Creek Campground where there are six camping sites, picnic tables, campfire rings, a vault toilet and a parking area with room for trailer turnaround. Dispersed camping is allowed at the trailhead.
Visitors need to pack plenty of water.
At a Glance
||June 15 - September 15
||Wilderness regulations apply No motorized or mechanized vehicles within the Wilderness boundary.
||Bly, OR; Lakeview, OR
||No potable water
||Bly Ranger District Office
Lookout Rock Trailhead is located 45 minutes northeast of Bly, OR.
From Bly, OR take Oregon Highway 140 east toward Lakeview, Oregon. Turn left on Forest Road (FS) Road 3660. Continue northeast on FS Road 3660 then right on FS Road 34 then a left on FS Road 012. Continue past Corral Creek Campground to the trailhead.
This trailhead has a parking area with adequate trailer room turnaround and signed trail directions.