Old Growth Trailhead

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This is a short barrier free trail that travels through old growth forest near Lost Lake.  The trail offers hikers an opportunity to learn more about the ecology of the area through numerous interpretive signs along the trail.  The trail travels through old growth forest. This trail runs north-south between A Loop Campground and the Organization Camp.  To access this trail, take the Lakeshore Express Trail #658(from the trailhead at the C Loop Campground entrance) 250 feet west to the north trailhead for this trail (#657).  Turn left (south) on #657 and follow the trail to its junction with Lakeshore Trail #656.

Provides access to: Old Growth Trail #657.

 

At a Glance

Fees Lost Lake Campground and Resort is privately managed. Please check with Lost Lake Resort for information on day use and camping fees.
Open Season: May - undefined
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Hood River, OR
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: Vault Toilet (18)
Operated By: Concessionaire
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Directions:

From Hood River, OR travel south on Oregon Hwy 35 14 miles to Woodworth Road, approximately 0.3 mile south of milepost 89.  Turn right (west) on Woodworth Road and travel 2 miles to Dee Highway.  Turn right (northwest) on Dee Highway and travel approximately 3.6 miles to the Dee Mill site.  Turn left and follow signs to Lost Lake (Forest Road 13).  Follow Lost Lake Road approximately 13 miles to Lost Lake Campground.


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  Latitude : 
45.5005

  Longitude : 
-121.8156

 

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