This trail begins along Forest Road 2329 and heads southeast for 0.2 mile before entering the Mt. Adams Wilderness. The main trail ends on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000. Trail features include access to Adams Creek, meadows, and views of Adams Glacier.
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 when entering Mt. Adams Wilderness. Free self-issue Wilderness Permit available at trailhead.
From Trout Lake, WA take Mt. Adams Road then stay left on Forest Road 23 towards Randle. Follow Forest Road 23 for about 22 miles. Then take Forest Road 2329 (towards Takhlakh Lake) for 2.7 miles to the trailhead.
Trail can also be accessed from the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000.
Recreation areas with activity Backpacking:
This trail begins along Road 2329 and heads southeast for 0.2 mile before entering the Mt. Adams Wilderness. The trail continues through forests and open meadows. About 2 miles in, a side trail heads to the southwest for 0.25 mile to Divide Camp. The first views along this trail are from Divide Camp Meadows. The main trail ends on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000.
Horse Riding & Camping
Recreation areas with activity Horse Riding:
Please limit horse use in early season because of wet conditions. See activity description under Backpacking.