Trail #158 Big Hollow


Trapper Creek Wilderness Area Trail Map

Trapper Creek Wilderness Trail Vicinity Map. Trails include: Big Hollow Trail #158, Deer Cutoff Primitive Trail #209,
Dry Creek Trail #194, Observation Peak Trail #132A, Observation Trail #132, Rim Primitive Trail #202, Soda Peaks Lake Trail #133, Sunshine Primitive Trail #198, Trapper Creek Trail #192.1, and Trapper Creek Trail #192.2.

Area Status: Unknown

This Trail Open to Hiker and Equestrian Use.

Big Hollow Trail begins on Forest Road 64 and climbs steadily to its terminus on Observation Trail at the Trapper Creek Wilderness boundary. A 0.5 miles from the trailhead, it fords swift Big Hollow Creek which can be two feet deep at the ford. Just past the ford it connects with Dry Creek Trail. A second ford across a fork of Big Hollow Creek is located about 2.2 miles From Trailhead. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 02/11/2015: Conditions unknown.
Operational Hours: Trail is historically free of snow Mid-June to Late October.
Permit Info: Wilderness permit required if entering Trapper Creek Wilderness. Free self-issue Wilderness Permit available at trailhead.
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Wilderness Regulations Apply within Trapper Creek Wilderness. 
Closest Towns: Stabler, WA; Carson, WA
Water: No
Restroom: No
Passes: No Pass Required.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Mt. Adams Ranger District See also: Big Hollow Trailhead #158

General Information


From Carson, Washington, travel north on Wind River Highway to the Forest Boundry where it becomes Forest Road 30. Continue north on Forest Road 30 to the Fish Hatchery. Just past the Fish Hatchery Forest Road 30 forms a V with Forest Road 3065. At this V stay to the right on Forest Road 30 and continue to Forest Road 64 about 2 miles. Turn left on to Forest Road 64 and drive about 2 miles to the trailhead.




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