All recreation offerings across the Willamette National Forest are currently closed including campgrounds, day use areas, trails, boat ramps and more. Forest Service roads are closed to the public across the Willamette National Forest unless you are vacating the Forest

 

Roaring Creek Trail #3361

Area Status: Temporarily Closed
This area is Closed
 

Trail meanders through older Douglas-fir, Western Hemlock and Noble fir forest. Trail ends at Crown lake, with views of the Cascades and abundant wildflowers.

At a Glance

Current Conditions:

New for 2021, trails in Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Washington, and Three Sisters Wilderness Areas will require a Central Cascades Wilderness Permit for overnight use and some will require one for day-use. Learn more.

Permit Info: Wilderness self-issue permit required
Usage: Light
Restrictions:
Closest Towns: Detroit, Oregon
Water: No potable water
Information Center: Detroit Ranger District
44125 North Santiam Highway SE
Detroit, OR 97342
503-854-3366

General Information

Directions:

Access from:


General Notes:

Map of Roaring Creek trail

Lots of small ponds and wet areas, Mosquitos can be a problem.

Close to:


Parking:

2 - 3 vehicles


Activities


Hiking

Hide detail HIDE

Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: Easy

Backpacking

Difficulty Level: Easy
Areas & Activities

Highlights

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
1.1 miles

  Latitude : 
44.769142

  Longitude : 
-121.894136

  Elevation : 
4600 feet - 4900 feet

 



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