Trail Report - Wallowa Mtns and Eagle Cap Wilderness

This trail report provides the known conditions for the main summer recreation trails in the Wallowa Mountains and Eagle Cap Wilderness.

A 'maintained' trail has been reviewed by a district recreation manager, the known hazards (e.g. rock slides, broken trees and branches) have been removed and annual maintenance tasks have been completed.

  • Any User Reports under “Conditions/Notes” in the following tables are not validated by Forest Service personnel; however information is shared for the benefit of all users.

  • Hazards and changing weather conditions may occur at any time so always be prepared for unplanned events. Typical conditions may include downed trees, high-water crossings, water and rock slides on trails, late spring or early fall snow storms on roads and trails.

  • Wilderness Permits are required on all trails in the Eagle Cap Wilderness and are available at all Eagle Cap Wilderness trailheads."There are several "Fee" sites on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. A variety of Recreation Passes are available to forest visitors.

**PLEASE NOTE AND FOLLOW ALL USE REGULATIONS FOR THE EAGLE CAP WILDERNESS POSTED HERE**

Interactive Trails Map for Eagle Cap Wilderness

Interactive Trails Map for Eagle Cap Wilderness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wallowa Mountains / Eagle Cap Wilderness

Trail Name

Miles

Trail Access

Maintained

Conditions

 Bear Creek #1653

17.5

 Boundary Campground

 

See above Interactive Trails map for details and date maintained.

7/3/2019: Trail has been cleared 8 miles

Bowman #1651

8.6

Bowman Trailhead

 

 

8/3/2020: USER REPORT: John Henry Lake was very wet, with some snow drifts and trail was difficult to find and North Minam Meadows had lots and lots of trees down along trail #1675. Steamboat Lake and Swamp Lake were ice free. #1675-#1656 covered in snow, probably would be good to have a GPS. Sky Lake had a little snow, not much for camping. #1645 to #1670 Copper Creek was easy to cross, clear of snow and campable. Busy area and mosquitos were terrible.

7/20/2020: USER REPORT: 1651 trail is in good condition and logged out to the 1659 jct. Pass is open and free of snow. Lower section (near John Henry trail jct) has snow drifts up to 3' and about 24 logs across the trail. Some would be challenging/impassable to stock due to the steepness of the ground. 1651/1659 jcy signs are illegible. John Henry Lake is under snow and not visible (no signage at the jct).

1653 Trail- has snow drifts that can make it challengind to stay on the trail. Logs are across the trail under the snow. 1653/1680 signs are illegible.

Bear Lake/1953A old trail seems to be getting more use than the new trail. The trail in the meadow area is not visible, but some small cairns have been placed along the route. Lost of snow drifts! Trail can be challending to follow as you climb elevation due to snow. Bear Lake is surrounded by snow, but it is melting ad there is a lot of water in the area. Snow is several feet deep and slushy-lots of post holes to get around.

Hobo Lake/1659A- Trail is still under snow. Signs is missing for the jct to Hobo and Wood Lakes. Snow on the pass into Chimney.

Chimney Lake- snow around the lake. Sections of the 1659 trail are under several feet of snow drifts. Most sites that are open at Chimney are illegal campsites. *make sure you are aware of the no campfires rule*

1659/1651 jct- approx 12 logs down on the trail but passable. Few snow drifts.

7/7/2020: USER REPORT: trailhead to 1673 Brownie Basin- First creek crossing is rather slow moving and no more than 4 inches deep. Bowman Creek is moving swiftly and must be crossed 4x. Crossing can occur at various spots at varying depth/width as the trail disappears under snow before first creek crossing. Snow drifts begin at approx. 6300ft

Breshears  Grande Ronde Ridge OHV Trail #O-1916    

07/14/2017

Yes

Oct. 3 - possibly muddy trails and ice/snow in shaded areas.

Cliff River #1885

8.6

Summit Point Trailhead

 

 

 

 

10/4/2019: snow on trail

 

 

Copper Creek #1656

5

Two Pan Trailhead

 

 

 

 

8/10/2020 USER REPORT: Report was from Two Pan (Copper Creek), down Granite Creek, up Elk Creek past Tombstone Lake to Echo Lake, down Trail Creek to the Minam and out Minam Lake-

Granite Creek trail is in pretty good shape, only a couple of downed trees to navigate. Can’t say the same for Elk Creek and Trail Creek. The worst was Trail Creek—many (30 plus) huge trees once you get down from Wonker Pass in the timber. Some route-finding needed in the meadow before you cross Trail Creek—the trail disappears here. The Minam trail to Minam Lake wasn’t bad, just a few trees. Horses would have a pretty hard time on Trail Creek. There were a couple of trees down as you drop into Tombstone as well.

Dollar Lake #1802

4.9

Tenderfoot Trailhead

 

 

 

 

 

East Eagle #1910

11.3

East Eagle Trailhead

 

8/16/2020: USER REPORT: The trail has been cut out the first 2.5-3 miles.

East Fork Lostine #1662

6.1

Two Pan Trailhead

 

7/15/2020: USER REPORT: 1662-1810 jct- Intermittent snow, but easy to follow the trail. Some quite muddy sections.

1810-1821- Snow covered and hard to navigate but probably mostly melted and muddy now.

1821 Horseshoe Lake is snow free and clear of trees.

1810A-1810 jct at Mirror Lake- trail has a bridge out, but is still passable. A large bolder has fell on the trail that is passable to foot traffic, but not stock.

7/7/13/2020 USER REPORT: Trail crew was in the area and got to the falls just below Lost Lake and the meadows approx 2.5 miles from the trailhead and they encountered enought snow they were unable to continue with trail maintenance.

7/7/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to Mirror Lake- 22 larger logs downed on first ~2 miles of trail none are impassable to stock but could be more challenging. Snow begins at top of last switchback (6400ft) and is patchy to approx.. 1.5 miles from Mirror Lake.

PLAN ON MOSQUITOS

East Fork Wallowa #1804

8.6

Wallowa Lake Trailhead

 

8/13/2020: USE REPORT: Trailhead to the 1804/1831jct is in good shape.

Polaris Pass 1821/1831 jct: Trail has an unsafe washout approx. 1 mile east of Polaris Pass. Upper mile of trail on west side of pass is on steep, unstable shale slopes. About 30 trees across trail on lower west side. No water on trail except at lower elevation on west side. Please do not cut the switchbacks.

1820-1806: Trail in good condition. Take care when crossing Wallowa River just north of Frazier Lake.

1806/1820-1810A: Trail in passable condition, although deeply rutted in places west of Glacier Pass.

Trail to Moccasin Lake: Trail is in good condition.

Trail into Lakes Basin: Trail is in good condition. However, there are three large trees down between Lily Lake and Horseshoe Lake, one of which is impassable to stock.

1810/1820- Trailhead: Trail in good condition, although quite brushy in sections. Brush is mostly thimbleberries and other non-woody forbs. Trail is heavily traveled.

Most of the trail routes are being heavily used. Please follow all Eagle Cap Wilderness Regulations for camping and campfire locations

Elk Creek #1944

11.8

Buck Creek Trailhead

 

6/25/2020: trail is open to 3/4 of a mile before Berger Pass, then an avalanche is on the trail.

Squaw Creek is cut out to the bottom of the meadows where the trail crosses the creek to the south and then a small avalanche and then fairly open after.

Falls Creek #1753

2.4

Hurricane Creek Trailhead

 

7/3/2020: USER REPORT hiked trail to Legore Lake and used ice ax and crampons and hit snow at 7600' near the mine. Just below the mine there is an avalanche debris flow covering the trail with roughtly 25 trees over the trail. Not passable to stock and only passable to hikers with extreme caution.

Francis Lake #1663

7.7

Bowman-Francis Lake Trailhead

 

 

Grande Ronde Ridge (Breshears) OHV Trail #O-1916    

07/14/2017

Yes

 

High Wallowa Loop National Recreation Trail #1813

0.3

Wallowa Lake Tramway

 

 

Horse Ranch #1908

7.7

Moss Springs Trailhead

 

6/25/2020: trail is maintained.

Huckleberry

#1667& 1665

3.5

 Huckleberry Trailhead

 

7/28/2020: USER REPORT: Trail 1665 to Lil' Storm Lake-Trail in good condition. A few snow drifts in trail near top of trail before Huckleberry Mt, but passable to people and stock. Trail along Huckleberry Mt. in good shape.

Trail down to Lil’Storm Lake has some steep loose gravel sections to watch out for. Could be tricky for stock.

1665-Goat Creek jct 1689- Trail along ridge is intermittent and fades out in some sections, but the majority is a clearly defined trail. The sections where the trail fades out is easy to navigate. Once the trail drops down from Goat Mt. it's a mess. Downed trees everywhere, steep terrain, and the trail is overgrown in many sections. Sections of the trail can be found, but it is mostly bushwackin. Section lasts about 1-1.5 miles.

1665/1689 jct to Bear Creek- Trail in good condition. There are 10 trees across trail, but easy to step over or go around for foot and stock.

1665/1689 jct to Huckleberry Mnt.-Trail is steep and the tread is somewhat overgrown. There are some loose sections to watch out for and 2 trees that pose a risk to stock travel.

*Lil' Storm Lake had the most mosquitos*

Hurricane  #1807

9.7

Hurricane Creek Trailhead

 

7/7/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to Slick Rock/Slick Rock Creek- Falls Creek is moving swiftly and is 1.5’+ deep and varies in width (the most narrow being about 6’ wide). Suitable crossing locations can be challenging to find—many folks turned around. There are 3 logs (~15in) across the creek in different locations and are not recommended to use to cross. Sandals would be ideal to bring. Slick Rock and entire trail up to is devoid of snow.

Ice Lake

#1820 to #1808

7.9

Wallowa Lake Trailhead

 

8/24/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to Sunshine Lake- trail is clear and in good condition through the lower lakes basin. Though there is one walk-around 25in log on the trail about 1/2mi from the Ice Lake Jct.

Sunshine to Glacier- Trail is clear from Sunshine to Glacier Lake. Glacier Pass is also in good condition for hikers and stock users.

Glacier to Fraizer- Trail from Glacier Lake to Frazier Lake is in decent condition. Almost entire length of trail is covered in loose granitic rocks. One stand out spot located approx. 1/2mile from Frazier towards Glacier has an 8ft wide section of the remnants from a rock slide. Larger boulders cover about 10ft of trail. Trail is still passable to stock users, just more caution is advised.

Fraizer to Trailhead- Trail is in good condition. Some sections are a bit rocky. The river crossing of the West Fork of the Wallowa is okay. The water is roughly 6-8in deep and is moving semi-swiftly where trail meets the river. Feet will definitely get wet and water shoes are recommended. There are multiple places to cross.

Most of the trail routes are being heavily used. Please follow all Eagle Cap Wilderness Regulations for camping and campfire locations

8/6/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to #1806 jct.

Trail in good condition, other than a 100-yard section just north of Ice Lake Trail junction that has been washed out. Trail is still passable.

Jct to Ice Lake-Trail is in good condition. A few down trees were removed in the past week, so there are now no down trees on trail. Portions of the trail are a little brushy

Imnaha River

#1816

  Indian Crossing Trailhead

 

7/2/2020: trail is maintained to Cliff Creek jct. There is a brushy patch still on the trail. Watch for possible high water and mosquitos.
Lakes Basin #1810/ #1810A    

 

7/7/2020: User Report: Trail is clear to Horseshoe Lake. The meadows are wet and have snowdrifts to Lee and Douglas Lake. Douglas Lake still has lots of snow around it and most campsite appear to be under snow.

Water crossings are knee deep at 6 mile meadow.

Passes are still plugged with snow.

Plan on mosquitos

Lick Creek #1809

4.2

Lick Creek Trailhead

 

 

Little Kettle Creek #1945

5.7

East Eagle Trailhead

 

8/16/2020: USER REPORT: Kettle Creek Trail is brushed for approx. 3.5 miles to the basin where there were 12-14 trees across the trail from an avalanche which were cut out. *The trail has a lot of switchbacks the first bit where you will climb a good chuck of elevation.

Main Eagle #1922

14.7

Main Eagle Trailhead

 

7/10/2020: USER REPORT: the pass on the 1922 is blocked with snow. Mostly clear to Cache Lake. Couple green trees down past the 1931 and 1922 jct. that you will have to go under. Eagle Lake was still partially froze and there was a difficult tree in the 1921A trail before Bear Lake. A few down trees on the 1922 trail from 4 mile meadow to the jct or Eagle Lake. Water crossing where fine.

Maxwell Lake #1674

3.6

Maxwell Lake Trailhead

 

7/7/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to Maxwell Lake-1st creek crossing is approx.. 30ft wide, >6in deep and is moving swiftly. There is a usermade log bridge over creek. There is a cluster of 4 large downed logs on the second to last switchback that is impassable to stock given the steepness of the slope. Snow begins at 7200ft shortly after the last switchback. Maxwell Lake is frozen over and any legal campsites are covered by snow.

McCully Creek Trailhead #1812

7.6

McCully Trailhead

 

6/26/2020: USER REPORT Snow line was around 7600' at McCully Basin. Able to get to the pass between McCully and Big Sheep Creek with without extra gear. Few trees on the trail before you enter McCully Basin that are impassible to stock, but the first 4.5 miles have been cleared by an outfitter.

Minam Lake (West Fork Lostine) #1670

5.9

Two Pan Trailhead

 

8/10/2020 USER REPORT: Report was from Two Pan (Copper Creek), down Granite Creek, up Elk Creek past Tombstone Lake to Echo Lake, down Trail Creek to the Minam and out Minam Lake-

Granite Creek trail is in pretty good shape, only a couple of downed trees to navigate. Can’t say the same for Elk Creek and Trail Creek. The worst was Trail Creek—many (30 plus) huge trees once you get down from Wonker Pass in the timber. Some route-finding needed in the meadow before you cross Trail Creek—the trail disappears here. The Minam trail to Minam Lake wasn’t bad, just a few trees. Horses would have a pretty hard time on Trail Creek. There were a couple of trees down as you drop into Tombstone as well.

7/10/2020: USER REPORT:

Trail is in good shape, just muddy in some sections for the first 4ish miles. Once you cross the Lostine (probably about 2 miles from Minam Lake) there is lots of snow in the trail and finding the trail can be difficult. Crossing the Lostine was pretty easy with the water coming up below the knees.

Minam Lake- Snow in some areas around the lake, but there are plenty of snow free campsites mostly on the north and east sides of the lake.

Minam Lake/1637 to Blue Lake-Trail has lots of snow particularly at the beginning and is overall about 70-80% covered in snow. Finding the trail can be difficult in some sections. Blue Lake has a lot of snow around it and no snow free campsites.

First section from Minam Lake is mostly snow free and in good shape. Once trail hits roughly 8000 ft the trail is covered by snow fields all the way up and over the pass to the other side. The snowfields end just above Upper Lake on the Lakes Basin side.

Minam Lake/1661 Carper Pass
Upper Lake is still largely iced over and only a couple of small campsites are snow free.

Mirror Lake still has a decent amount of ice on it and lots of snow surrounding the lake. However lots of campsites are snow free, particularly on the granite ledges above the lake. Nights are still getting pretty cold with the edges of the lake freezing at night. Mosquitos are coming out.

Moccasin Lake- Ice free and much less snow than around Mirror Lake. Plenty of snow free campsites. Nights still pretty cold with a small amount of water around the edges of the lake freezing at night. Mosquitos are bad.

Sunshine Lake-Lots of snow around the lake and most of the campsites are covered with snow.

Mirror Lake/1662/Two Pan- Lots of snow at the beginning for the first mile or so. After that the trail is mostly snow free, but there are intermittent drifts of snow throughout the trail and lots of muddy sections.

Still lots of snow on Eagle Cap and Glacier Pass.

PLAN ON MOSQUITOS AT LAKES AND MEADOWS

Minam River #1673

44.8

Wildlife Flats (Ford)

 

 

7/7/2020 USER REPORT:

MINAM WATER CROSSING IS HIGH, SWIFT & WIDE NOT RECOMMENDED

trail 1673-1901 (tread discernible, 16 step over logs, 10 go around logs and at least 1 not passable to stock).

Above to 1908 jct (tread is good, 12 step over logs, 8 go around logs).

Above to 1675 jct (Tread discernible, 28 step over logs, 11 go around logs, at least a couple not passable to stock).

1655 to Standley Cabin (some snow still at cabin, water/drainage issues last mile to cabin, few down trees, passable).

1672/1655 to Hideaway Springs (snow still on trail in timber sections, lots of down trees, challenging for stock.

Above to 1672/1673 jct (heavy down fall lower 4 miles (100 trees + 50 large logs over 2', mostly all go around logs, several impassable. Trail goes toward stream in lower section. Route finding skills needed throughout as trail disappears in heavy brush. Overgrown and often 5' tall in spots. Trail not recommended.

1685/1672-1673 (tread mostly indistinct. Route finding skills needed. Lots of deadfall on upper section of trail, some impassable).

North Fork Catherine Creek #1905

14.5

North Fork Catherine Creek Trailhead

 

6/25/2020: trail is open to the meadows and a crew will be in the area this weekend July 10th.

Rock Springs #1928

3

Rock Springs Trailhead

 

6/25/2020: trail is maintained

Standley Ridge #1677

5.4

Bear Wallow Trailhead

 

 

Tenderfoot Wagon Road #1819

9.7

Tenderfoot (Big Sheep Creek) Trailhead

 

 

 

West Eagle #1934

11.4

West Eagle Meadows Trailhead

 

7/31/2020: USER REPORT: 1934/1943 jct to Wonker Pass- Snow drifts on trail above Traverse Lake, easy to navigate for backpackers/hikers. No significant logs across trail.

Wonker Pass to the 1934/1922 jct- Snowfields on the eastside of Wonker Pass. Melting quickly. Some sections about 3’ deep. Rock fall on lower section before entering timber line. Could be challenging/unsafe for stock. When entering timber there are three sections of tread that are on a steep, sloughy hillside. Tread is <6”. Unsafe for stock. Once in timbered section the trail continues to get worse: trail disappears in sections and is heavily overgrown, 75-100 trees down in the last couple miles to the Trail Creek junction, impassable to stock. A couple spots have trees down that are stacked creating a 5’-6’ barrier. The sign at the Trail Creek junction is weathered and just sitting on a small cairn. Route-finding skills recommended.

7/27/2020:USER REPORT: The trail crew was able to the worse of the rock slide on the Echo Lake Trail and cut a few of the step over logs on the way to Tombstone Lake. Still some needed work, but passable.

 

 

West Eagle to Traverse Lake- Trail in passable condition. One huge down tree at Jct 1934/1943 is easily circumvented. One down tree between Echo and Traverse lakes is also easily gone around. No other significant obstacles.

 

1934/1943jct (west eagle creek) to 1943/1944jct (elk creek)- Trail is clear between Jct 1934/1943 and “Tombstone Pass.” There are 17 mostly large trees down between the pass and Tombstone Lake, 12 of them requiring going around, sometimes on steep slopes.  There are 27 trees down between Tombstone Lake and Elk Creek, about half of which require going around. All down trees are passable, some with difficulty.

1914/1934 jct to Boulder Park/Main Eagle Creek- This very steep trail has been essentially abandoned. In excess of 70 trees down; a significant washout near the western end of the trail; many sections of narrow outsloped tread, faint tread, overgrown tread, or disappearing tread; no signage at either end. A trail for the adventurous. 

 

7/20/2020 USER REPORT: The trail to Echo lake is fine with one small boulder scramble in the middle of the switchbacks (would be hard for horses). The river crossings are low enought to ford and most don't have logs or rocks so you will have to wade. There is one large tree between Echo and Traverse, but you can walk around it. Traverse still has ice on it and a few small snow patches to cross to get to it.

 

Trail 1943 to the Pass overlooking Tombstone Lake- has about 25 trees down, mostly in the burn area and most all are medium sized. Most can be navigated around without too much trouble. There is snow near the pass and there is enough sketchy snowfields going down to Tombston that it would be better to wait for more of a melt before trying.

West Fork Wallowa #1820

11.2

Wallowa Lake Trailhead

 

8/6/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to #1806 jct.

Trail in good condition, other than a 100-yard section just north of Ice Lake Trail junction that has been washed out. Trail is still passable.

Jct to Ice Lake-Trail is in good condition. A few down trees were removed in the past week, so there are now no down trees on trail. Portions of the trail are a little brushy.

7/30/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to 6 mile meadow- Trail is in good condition and passable to stock, wet is areas. Six Mile Meadow is dry and busy.

Six Mile Meadow to Horseshoe Lake 1810- Logged out and easily followable. One section   < 1 mile from Horseshoe has a well-worn shortcut across a switchback that was Humble Stick-ed but is still difficult to discourage use of (please stay to the marked trails).

Horseshoe Lake- Plenty of down trees on the trail. All passable, but the logs and the multitude of social trails make the system trail a little confusing to follow. (please follow wilderness rules for camping and fires)

Sunshine Lake- Lake is ice-free, snow drifts exist surrounding lake. Beautiful area, but generally wet conditions make trail a bit muddy.

Mirror Lake- Ice-free, some snow surrounding lake, but legal campsites are snow-free. (please follow wilderness rules for camping and fires)

Moccasin Lake- North to south lake crossing is passable for hikers but relies on several wobbly rocks. Trail leading up to large cliffs (containing great legal campsites) on south end has multiple social trail sections to avoid muddiest areas of system trail. (please follow wilderness rules for camping and fires)

**MOSQUITOS ARE THICK**

7/27/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to Horseshoe Lake-Trail is clear to Horseshoe Lake. There is a stretch of excessive erosion approx. 200ft from Ice Lake Jct. that spans approx. 300ft of trail before reaching the junction. This section of trail may be difficult for stock to pass but large pack strings and outfitters were making it passed the section okay. The West Fork of the Wallowa River crossing at Six Mile Meadow is currently running lower than previously reported and at the deepest is about 2.5ft deep with a slower moving current.

Horseshoe Lake to Lee Lake- Trail between Horseshoe and Lee is in okay condition. There is standing water present on the trail making some sections rather muddy but people have been hiking just off to the side of those sections

Lee Lake to Douglas/Crecsent Lake- The trail from Lee to Doug is in good condition.

**please remember the distance for fires and camps at all mountain lakes**

Plan on mosquitos

Southern Wallowa Mountains                                                                                                                                                                

Trail Name
Miles
Trail Access
Maintained
Conditions

Clear Creek #1867

6.8

Clear Creek Trailhead or

Deadman Canyon Trailhead

 

7/4/2020: USER REPORT

70 large trees down in 5 miles, trail in the meadows are swampy/wet/hard to find. You can find your way to the #1869 jct by the cut logs.

Deadman #1869

6

Deadman Canyon Trailhead

 

7/4/2020: see trail report above on Clear Creek, it includes this trail

East Fork #1865

6.8

Cornucopia Trailhead

 

7/28/2020: USER REPORT: Trailhead to 1887 jct: Trail is in great shape. A couple trees are down, but are easy to step over or go around. Water crossings are shallow.

From above jct to Imnaha Trail (1816): The trail has meandered from the one on the map, but it more or less follows the mapped trail. The reason for this meandering is because of a lot of downed timber along the way. The downed timber is easy to go around. Trail is in good shape and there is a lot of stock travel along this route.

Trail 1896: Trail has a lot of downed timber that is difficult to step over or go around. The tread is also lost in some places so route finding can be challenging and requires some bushwacking. These conditions last for most of this section to/from the ridgetop. It is recommend taking the 1865 trail up out of the Imnaha to the ridgetop.

1896 to 1865: The trail is not present for most of this 1.25 mile section. It is all open ridgetop and you are walking through grass fields, so route finding is very easy. 

1865 jct to 1869 Deadman: Trail has a few trees along the way which are easy to step over or go around. The trail fades out in some open sections but has big rock cairns with posts to mark the way. *Also note this route is along grazing land and there are  cows around as well as a barbed wire fence you will have to go through/over*

1887jct to 1865jct: There are some trees across the trail, but nothing restrictive to foot/stock travel.

Lake Fork #1876

10.6

Lake Fork Trailhead or

Lake Fork West Trailhead

 

7/4/2020: should be snow free, but has not had any maintenance on it for the 2020 summer.

Looking Glass #1921A

 

Main Eagle Trailhead

 

7/10/2020: USER REPORT: the pass on the 1922 is blocked with snow. Mostly clear to Cache Lake. Couple green trees down past the 1931 and 1922 jct. that you will have to go under. Eagle Lake was still partially froze and there was a difficult tree in the 1921A trail before Bear Lake. A few down trees on the 1922 trail from 4 mile meadow to the jct or Eagle Lake. Water crossing where fine.

 

Martin Bridge #1878

5.7

Eagle Forks Trailhead

 

7/7/2020: Trail should be in good shape to Stoddard Ponds. No bridge is in place on this trail yet.

Pine Lakes #1880

8.2

Cornucopia Trailhead

 

6/20/2020: trail is open to stock and foot traffic with little downfall. Snow was still showing at 6400'

Sugarloaf #1887

 

Sugarloaf Trailhead

 

7/4/2020: see trail report above on Clear Creek it includes parts of this trail.

Twin Lakes #1874

2.7

Twin Lakes Campground

 

7/7/2020: should be snow free but has not had any maintenance for the 2020 summer.

 

*** Please be aware that there is a fire in the area of Tamarack and Visitors are advised to avoid the area if at all possible. More information can be found here:




https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/wallowa-whitman/alerts-notices/?cid=stelprdb5317834