Hoyt Trail #1347

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

The Hoyt Trail begins at Forest Road 3300-211 and ends at Divide Trail #4W311.

After crossing South Fork Taneum Creek, the trail winds through an old mining camp and then begins a steep ascent up a forested spur ridge for approximately 3 miles. The trail passes through several clearings as well as along the edges of a couple of logging units. For the next 1.5 miles, the trail goes through a fairly level area of meadows and trees where it is difficult to find in spots. At the 4.5 mile point, the trail crosses FS Road 3120 and continues for almost 0.5 mile to the junction with 4W311, where trail users can head either west on jeep trail or continue south, which is also a continuation of trail 1347. The trail climbs more steeply to a mountaintop and then descends for 2.5 miles to its southern terminus at FS Road 3100.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Opens for motorized use June 15, 2017
Operational Hours: Seasonal closure in effect yearly April 1 through June 15. This trail may be opened prior to June 15 if conditions permit. It will be posted open on the ground and on this site at that time.
Fees $5/Vehicle/day or Recreation Pass required at Taneum Junction Trailhead. Discover Pass not valid on National Forest lands.

General Information


Trailhead at the south end (junction of 4W311 and 3100 road) for 30+ vehicles. Limited roadside parking at the north end and road conditions may be suitable only for 4- wheel drive vehicles on road spurs 135 and 211.



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Difficulty Level: Difficult

Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Horse Riding & Camping

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OHV Riding & Camping

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