Multnomah Creek Way Trail (#444)

Area Status: Unreachable
  
 

The trail begins at Oneonta Trail #424 and ends at Larch Mountain Trail #441 providing a loop option. This trail is badly eroded in places so be cautious.

Multnomah Creek Way Trail #444 is best accessed from Larch Mountain Trailhead. Hiking Larch Mountain Trail #441 to Multnomah Creek Way Trail #444 then to Oneonta Trail # 424 and back to Larch Mountain Trailhead would make a good day hike.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Trail legally open, but access is challenging due to the snow gate being closed to cars on Larch Mountain.
Open Season: Year-round, snow dependent
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Motor vehicles are prohibited. Fires not allowed within 200 feet of trail. Bikes allowed
Closest Towns: Corbett, OR
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass is required at Larch Mountain trailhead.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

General Information

Directions:

Larch Mountain Trailhead (area is unavailable).

From Portland, OR: Travel east on Interstate 84 just past Troutdale then take exit 18, Lewis and Clark State Park. At the end of the off-ramp, turn left (south) onto the Historic Columbia River Highway and follow the highway through Corbett. Two miles east of Corbett, the road forks.  Take a right onto Larch Mountain Road and follow the road 14 miles to the picnic area and trailhead.

From Cascade Locks, OR: Travel west on Interstate 84 approximately 21 miles and take exit 22, Corbett Exit/NE Corbett Hill Road. Follow NE Corbett Hill Road until it intersects with East Historic Columbia River Highway.  Turn left onto the Historic Highway and travel 5 miles until the road forks. Take a right onto Larch Mountain road and follow the road 14 miles to the picnic area and trailhead.


Accessibility:

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Activities


Bicycling

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Day Hiking

Multnomah Creek Way Trail 444 is best accessed from Larch Mountain Trailhead. Hiking Trail 441 to Multnomah Creek Way Trail 444 then to Trail 424 and back to Larch Mountain Trailhead would make a good day hike.

Backpacking

Multnomah Creek Way Trail 444 is best accessed from Larch Mountain Trailhead. Several overnight loops can be made. Please consult a good, up to date map when planning your hike.
Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
2.7 miles

  Elevation : 
3000' - 3600'

 



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