Field's Peak Trail #212
This trail provides access to Fields Peak, elevation 7362', and McClellan Mountain Trail #216. The McClellan Mountain Semi-Primitive Non-Motorized area is adjacent to the Fields Peak Trail. Visitors to the area can enjoy beautiful spring wildflowers, as well as numerous opportunities for wildlife viewing ncluding birds, deer, and wild horses.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Visitors should be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions. Please remember that if you pack it in, please pack it out with you.|
|Closest Towns:||Mt Vernon, OR|
From John Day, OR., travel west on US Highway 26 for approximately 18 miles to Forest Service Road 21. Drive south on Forest Service Road 21 for approximately 8 miles to the junction with Forest Service Road 2100115. There will be a sign along the road indicating the direction to McClellan Trailhead. Drive east on Forest Service Road 2100115 for 1/4 mile to Forest Service Road 2160. Drive south on Forest Service Road 2160 for a short distance to Forest Service Road 2160041. Continue driving south on Forest Service Road 2160041 to the trailhead.
Parking is available to several passenger vehicles and stock trailers.
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Mountain bikers can enjoy this 8 mile round trip ride to Field's Peak. Riders will enjoy this beautiful ride through pondersoa pine trees.
This trail is used by hikers, please be prepared to share the trail.
Hikers will enjoy this 8 mile round trip through ponderosa pine. For those wishing to hike further this trail provides excellent access to the McClellan Mountain Semi-Primitive Roadless area and the McClellan Mountain Trail #216. This 10.2 mile trail allows hikers to enjoy a longer hiking experience.
This trail is open to horse back riders. Riders can enjoy a beautiful ride through ponderosa pine leading up to Field's Peak. This trail accesses the McClellan Mountain Semi-Primitive Roadless Area and McClellan Mountain Trail #216 and it is closed to motorized vehicles. Riders can follow the trail and enjoy an exceptionally peaceful ride.
This trail is used by hikers, OHV and bicycle riders please be prepared to share the trail.
Please use certified weed free hay, remove any unused hay when leaving the area.
OHV Trail Riding
While the Fields Peak Trail is open to motorized vehicles 40" wide or smaller, the McClellan Semi-Primitive Non-Motorized Area and McClellan Mountain Trail #216 is closed to motorized traffic.
This trail is used by hikers, horse and bicycle riders, please be prepared to share the trail.