Mazama Trail #625

  

This trail enters Mount Hood Wilderness. The trail starts in  on the ridge above Ladd Creek with Mt. Hood in the background. The Mazamas, a local trail enthusiast organization, reconstructed this trail for their 100th anniversary.

At a Glance

Open Season: June
Restrictions: Group size is limited to 12. Wildernes restrictions apply
Closest Towns: Hood River, OR
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Hood River Ranger Station

General Information

Directions:

From Portland, OR: Drive Hwy. 26 east to Zigzag. Turn on Lolo Pass (Rd. 18), follow it about 10 miles to Rd. 1810 (rough road). Take a right and drive 5 miles to Rd. 1811, take a right and drive 3 miles to trailhead. From Hood River: Drive Hwy. 35 for about 13 miles to Woodworth Road. Travel west on Woodworth Road 3 miles to Dee Highway (281). Turn right on Dee Highway for about 5 miles to the Dee Hardwood plant, turn left, drive across bridge, stay left and follow signs to Lost Lake for about 7 miles to Rd. 18. Turn left onto Rd. 18 to 1810. Follow 1810 to 1811 and drive 3 miles to the trailhead.


Activities


Hiking

Hide detail HIDE

Day Hiking

Recreation areas with activity Day Hiking: The trail switches back up through a talus slope, then up a steep ridge. Then it follows Cathedral Ridge through dense forest, which opens to flowered glades near the junction with the Timberline Trail.

Nature Viewing

Show detail SHOW
Areas & Activities

Related Links

Highlights

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
3.1 miles

 

Tips for beginner campers

Tips for first time campers


No drones near wildfires

Drone use on Mt. Hood NF

 



https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mthood/recreation/recarea/?recid=53234&actid=50