Trail #1E Harry's Ridge
Harry's Ridge Trail #1E is an .08 mile spur trail off the Boundary Trail #1 that provides outstanding views of Spirit Lake and Mount St. Helens. It is one of the most popular day hikes in the area. Round trip from Johnston Ridge Observatory is approximately 8 miles. Difficulty level- moderate.
From Johnston Ridge Observatory follow Boundary Trail #1 east for about 3 miles to the junction with Harry's Ridge Trail #1E. Turn right on Harry's Ridge Trail and climb for .08 miles to it's terminus on the ridge overlooking Spirit Lake to the east.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||06/08/2023: Due to a significant landslide on State Route 504 around mile post 51 Johnston Ridge Observatory and the Hummocks Trailhead are currently inaccessible. Forest Road 99 is still closed due to snow. There is no access to Harry's Ridge at this time.|
|Closest Towns:||Toutle, WA, Randle, WA|
|Water:||Water at Johnston Ridge during season.|
|Restroom:||Restrooms at Johnston Ridge during season.|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
Boundary Ridge Trail #1 (area is unavailable) to Harry's Ridge Trail #1E.