Larison Rock Trail #3607
For those who take the time to hike the entire 4.0 mile (6.4 km) trail, a majestic forest, with lots of old growth at the lower elevations is available to investigate. Vegetation consists of Douglas fir, western hemlock and rhododendron, which varies in intensity throughout the hike. The upper portion of this trail is often used only to hike to the top of Larison Rock (0.3 mile) which offers great views, except to the east, of the Oakridge area. Trees have increased in height to the point of obscuring the views to the east and southeast.
The trail is open to hikers, horses and mountain bikes. It is most popular with mountain bikers and is a popular loop by utilizing Forest Roads 2102 and 5852. The trail is closed to mountain bikes from November through March due to potential impacts during wet weather. Motorcycles are prohibited.
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- 4.0 miles (6.4 km)
- Elevation: 2,400 feet elevation gain - trail begins at 1,300 feet and ends at 3,700 feet
- Difficulty: Difficult
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||The trail is closed to mountain bikes from November through March|
|Restrictions:||The trail is closed to mountain bikes from November through March due to potential impacts during wet weather.|
|Water:||Natural water sources should be treated|
|Information Center:||Middle Fork Ranger Station|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
Access is from Larison Rock Trailhead.
Alerts & Warnings
- Middle Fork RD: Prescribed Burn Planned for 5/24/23
- Middle Fork RD: Road contruction on Rd 21 will cause delays
- FIRE CLOSURES: Cedar Creek, Beachie Creek & Lionshead, Holiday Farm, Potter, etc
- Forest Road 46 open for 11 miles; portion closed to vehicle traffic
- Pile Burning November-March 2023