Pacific Crest Trail #2000

The Mt. Hood National Forest section of the Pacific Crest Trail #2000 is 130.1 miles long. It begins at the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest boundary and ends at Willamette National Forest. The Pacific Crest Trail can be accessed by various trails and trailheads throughout Mt. Hood National Forest.

For maps and more information about planning and travel on the Pacific Crest Trail visit:

Pacific Crest Trail section descriptions and access points at Mt. Hood National Forest

Additional Resources

River Crossing Guide (pdf)

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Check our roads conditions or your nearest ranger district office for conditions on Mt. Hood National Forest. Visit Pacific Crest Trail Association website for more information.
Permit Info:
Restrictions: This trail passes through several wilderness areas where wilderness regulations apply.
Passes: Some trailheads require a valid recreation pass. Check our Recreation Passes webpage for details. 
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: For more information, contact one of the Mt. Hood National Forest district offices.


Day Hiking


Horse Riding

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities