Miller Trail #534


This trail is maintained for horse travel and it follows a nice, easy grade through a variety of forest land. This trail begins at the Pacific Crest Trail #2000 (3,440’) east of Clackamas Lake Campground. and ends at the Timothy Lake Trail #528 (3,320’) near the southeast arm of Timothy Lake. From the Pacific Crest Trail #2000, the trail travels 2.1 miles northwest crossing several roads before reaching Timothy Lake Trail #528. For a 4.3 mile loop (hikers and horses only), turn north onto #528 and travel 0.2 mile to Pacific Crest Trail #2000. Turn right (east) onto #2000 and travel 1.5 miles back to Joe Graham Trail #524. Cyclists can combine this trail with the Headwaters Trail #522, the Timothy Lake Trail #528 and the Old 1916 Trail #527 for an excellent 16 mile loop. Please be aware that bikes are not allowed on the Pacific Crest Trail #2000, so bikes must be walked for 0.15 miles between Timothy Lake Trail #528 and Old 1916 Trail #537.

Trail Description and Map (PDF File)

At a Glance

Open Season: undefined - undefined
Closest Towns: Government Camp, OR
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass is required at the Joe Graham Trailhead from May 15th to October 1st.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Zig Zag Ranger District, Zig Zag Ranger Station

General Information


From Portland, OR - follow US Hwy 26 40.2 miles east of Sandy to Skyline Road (Forest Road 42). Turn right onto Skyline Road (Forest Road 42) and follow it for 8.3 miles to Joe Graham Campground. Turn left (south) into the campground and park in the day use area. From Joe Graham Campground, take the Joe Graham Trail #524 from the east side of the campground 0.1 mile to the Pacific Crest Trail #2000. Turn right (south) onto #2000 and follow it for 0.5 mile to the beginning of Miller Trail #534. 



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  Area/Length : 
2.1 miles

  Elevation : 
3320' - 3440'


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