Vicinity trail map of the Mt Adams Wilderness including: Round the Mountain #9, Looking Glass Lake #9A, High Camp #10, Stagman Ridge #12, Muddy Meadows #13, Shorthorn #16, Divide Camp #112, Killen Creek Trail #113, High Line trail #114, and South Climb #183.
Salt Creek trail in the Mt Adams Wilderness offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. As you hike a long the trail near the Beaver pond expect to see Elk , deer , Beaver, and eagles. The trail is maintained for 3 miles, ending near the confluence of Cascade and Salt Creeks.
At a Glance
02/19/2015: Trails are not maintained in the winter and early spring. Trailheads are typically not accessible late fall through late spring due to snow. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information.
Wilderness Permit required if entering Mt. Adams Wilderness. Free self-issue Wilderness Permit available at trailhead.
Beginning from Road 8031, this lightly used trail follows Road 060 (closed to vehicle travel) for 1 mile, then enters the Mt. Adams Wilderness. The trail travels through large open timber following the Salt Creek drainage, passing several beaver ponds and meadows.