Area Status: Open
Provides access to: Gearhart Mountain Trail #100 which connects to the Boulder Springs Trail #101. Both trails are within Gearhart Mountain Wilderness.
The North Fork Sprague Trailhead is one hour and 20 minutes northeast of Bly, Oregon, and about half-mile from Gearhart Mountain Wilderness northern boundary. Visitors will find one vault toilet and a parking area with room for trailer turnaround, but no other amenities. Dispersed camping is allowed.
The North Fork Sprague Trailhead accesses the northern part of the Gearhart Mountain Trail #100 and allows visitors the opportunity to travel south through the middle of the Wilderness or to connect with the Boulder Springs Trail #101. Fishing enthusiasts also use the trailhead to get to Blue Lake, a popular fishing destination in the Wilderness. The lake is about 2.5 miles from the trailhead.
At a Glance
||(Bly Ranger District)
||6/15 - 9/15; 09/16-06/14 Open with reduced services
||Wilderness regulations apply within Gearhart Mountain Wilderness. No motorized vehicles within the Wilderness boundary.
||Vault Toilet (1)
||Bly Ranger District
This trailhead has a parking area with adequate trailer turnaround room and signed trail directions.
Trail and parking area maintained during open season.
North Fork Sprague Trailhead is located one hour 20 minutes northeast of Bly, OR.
From Bly, OR take Oregon Highway 140 toward Lakeview, Oregon, and turn left onto Campbell Road. Then, turn right on Forest Road (FS) Road 34. Follow FS Road 34 then left on FS Road 3372. Continue on FS Road 3372 to trailhead.