The Mt. Hood National Forest is currently closed to public access, including all campgrounds, day use areas, trails, boat ramps, and more. Forest Service roads are closed to the public across the Mt. Hood National Forest unless you are vacating the Forest

 

Timberline Trail- Newton Creek west to PCT

 

Timberline Trail #600 vicinity map.

Timberline Trail #600 vicinity map.

  

Section of: Timberline National Historic Trail

This section from Netwon Creek west to the pacific Crest Trail is about 5.6 miles long, and has two major stream crossing, Clark Creek and White River. No bridges are available at these crossings. Depending on the time of day and weather conditions these crossing can be very difficult. Generally in the mornings are the best time to cross when the water flow is lower as opposed to the afternoon when day time temperatures rise and stream flows rise. Part of this section also goes through a ski area so you will pass by ski lifts.

Access to: Pacific Crest Trail

At a Glance

Information Center: Hood River Ranger District

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

Backpacking

Areas & Activities

Related Links

Highlights

No drones near wildfires

Drone use on Mt. Hood NF

 



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