Recreation

William O. Douglas Wilderness.

Whether you seek solitude, social activity, creative inspiration, wildlife, forest products or scenic beauty, you can find it in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. 

Recreation sites on the forest are grouped into three geographic areas:

Site Conditions: Scroll to Recreation Conditions Report below the map

Some campgrounds and group sites are available to reserve in advance at Recreation.gov.

Recreation Sites Map

Recreation Conditions Report

 Area Name Status Area Conditions
Ape Cave Interpretive Site Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Some snow on the ground. Road 8303 is gated 1/2 mile before Ape Cave. Visitors park at Trail of Two Forests and walk 1/2 mile to the cave. Pavement clear to Trail of Two Forests. Road has been plowed past the gate. A Northwest Forest Pass or America the Beautiful Pass, or $5 in the fee tube is required for parking at Trail of Two Forests. Cave open during daylight hours, year-round. No pets, food or drink allowed inside the cave, except water. Bring two-three light sources per person. Ape Headquarters will reopen in the spring.
Bear Meadow Interpretive Site Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter.
Boating Site: Goose Lake Closed to Visitor 4/09/2019: Road is snow covered to Goose Lake coming from both directions. The lake is typically not accessible until May. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Boating Site: Mosquito Lakes Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to lake is snow covered and not driveable typically until early June. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Campground: Adams Fork Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Atkisson Group Camp Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not open at this time of year, it will re-open May 17, 2019.
Campground: Beaver Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until May 17.
Campground: Big Creek Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Blue Lake Creek Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Campground: Canyon Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: FS Rd. 54 is closed on the West side due to road damage. Campground is only reachable if driving on Rd. 54 coming from the East (off FS. Rd. 30)Campground has not been maintained this season. Camp at your own risk & pack out your own trash.
Campground: Coho Group Camp Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Crest Camp/Trailhead Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until late May.
Campground: Cultus Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not maintained or accessible due to snow at this time of year.
Campground: Forlorn Lakes Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until Summer.
Campground: Goose Lake Closed to Visitor 4/09/2019: Campground is not accessible this time of year due to snow on road.
Campground: Government Mineral Springs Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until Summer.
Campground: Horseshoe Lake Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Campground: Iron Creek Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Killen Creek Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Campground: La Wis Wis Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Lower Falls Closed to Visitor 4/12/2019: Campground is closed for the season until mid-May 2019. There are 2 campsites outside the gate available during the off-season. Please pack out your own trash. ALERT: High clearance vehicles (trucks/SUV's)may now use Road 90 from the West traveling to Lower Falls Rec. Area. For trailers & lower clearance passenger cars, you will need to go through Trout Lake and take Rd. 23 North of Trout Lake to Rd. 90 coming from the East. Be aware this section has plenty of potholes. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402. Reservations are highly recommended at this very popular campground 1-877-444-6777 for the Summer months. Walk up sites(on a first come basis)are also available but are hard to get in Summer.
Campground: Morrison Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not reachable due to snow at this time of year.
Campground: Moss Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until May 17, 2019.
Campground: North Fork Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed, A portion of the campground has been decommissioned due to hazards posed by phellinus infection in trees in the area. Reservations through recreation.gov
Campground: North Fork Group Camp Closed to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Campground: Oklahoma Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until May 17, 2019.
Campground: Olallie Lake Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed
Campground: Panther Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until May 17, 2019.
Campground: Paradise Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Closed for season until May 17, 2019.
Campground: Peterson Prairie Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is closed for the season until June 14, 2019.
Campground: Soda Spring Closed to Visitor 10/01/2018: primitive camping allowed.
Campground: Summit Closed to Visitor 10/01/2018: primitive camping allowed.
Campground: Sunset Falls Campground and Day Use Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Open year round. Reservations are accepted May 1- Oct. 1. First come, first served the rest of year.
Campground: Takhlakh Lake Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Campground: Tillicum Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not accessible this time of year due to snow. It typically melts out in early Summer.
Campground: Tower Rock Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed
Campground: Trout Lake Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not reachable at this time of year due to snow. It typically opens in late May/early June. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Campground: Walupt Lake Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Cascade Peaks Interpretive Station Closed to Visitor Closed for the season. May reopen in July, 2019.
Climbers Bivouac Trailhead Closed to Visitor Forest Road 81 gated for the season at Cougar Sno-Park on the east and just past Kalama Horse Camp on the west. Opening is snow dependent and usually opens sometime in mid-June to July.
Coldwater Lake Picnic and Boating Site Open to Visitor Electric motors only. Fishing regs: Trout, year-round. Minimum size 16", limit 1. Artificial lures only, no bait, single point barbless hooks. See selective gear rules. No parking pass currently required. Restrooms open year-round.
Forest Road 20 Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 21 Open to Visitor 04/16/2019: Road 21 from Randle, road is open to Cat Creek Campground. The road is closed beyond that due to snow. From Packwood, road is open to Johnson Creek Sno-Park. The road is closed beyond that due to snow.
Forest Road 2150 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 23 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road blocked by snow typically until June. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Forest Road 2329 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road blocked by snow typically until June. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Forest Road 24 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road is blocked by snow. It is typically not melted out for driving until late Spring. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Forest Road 25 Closed to Visitor 4/08/2019: Gated shut until early June due to snow. Contact Mt. St. Helens Ranger District for current info. 360-449-7800.
Forest Road 26 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 2750 Open to Visitor 10/20/2018: Open, Road is passable to narrow vehicles with high clearance due to washouts.  The road is rough and there is a narrow slide area at MP 3.0.  Recommend high clearance vehicles only and road is not safely passable to trailers.  
Forest Road 28 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 2801 Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 30/Wind River Highway Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: Open.
Forest Road 41 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road is now melted out to the 4109 Rd. From Lookout Mountain to Sunset Falls the road is rough and slow going. High clearance vehicle recommended.
Forest Road 4109    4/15/2019: Road is still partially blocked by snow and likely will be thru the end of April. Recommended for High clearance vehicles only. Road is rough and in bad shape.
Forest Road 42 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Snow covered through mid-Spring.
Forest Road 43 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Expect road to be snow covered through mid Spring.
Forest Road 48 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 51 /Curly Creek Cut-off Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Open. During the Winter, there may be times after heavy snow that the road hasn't been plowed yet.  For road conditions updates, check the Skamaniacounty.org website, Public Works link.
Forest Road 52/Skate Creek Road Closed to Visitor 04/15/19: Skate Creek Rd is CLOSED for the winter season.  It will likely open in mid-May.  Call the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District for updates.
Forest Road 54/ Canyon Creek Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Forest Rd. 54 is closed on the West side due to road damage, just past the junction of Rd. 54 & Rd. 57. The road is currently snow covered and not driveable on the East side. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Forest Road 56 Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. compact snow and ice on the road.
Forest Road 5603 Open to Visitor 12/14/2018: Road closed for sno-park use only. Snow level approximately 3000'. Compact snow and ice on the road.
Forest Road 5701 Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road is now driveable.
Forest Road 59 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. High clearance recommended. Narrow road in places.
Forest Road 60 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road is not melted out for driving yet. It will likely not be driveable until early-mid May. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current information.
Forest Road 63 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. Travel not recommended from the Randle side due to washout ruts in the road. Road is not open due to a large slide at Whalehead Ridge area.
Forest Road 65 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road is currently melted to Panther Creek Falls. Expect snow to be blocking road at higher elevations until late Spring. NOTE: Rd. 65. has a short section of flood damage just past Falls Cr. Falls Horsecamp.  Access to Thomas Lake TH is passable by a higher clearance vehicle (Ex. Truck or SUV) otherwise access via Rd. 6507. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Forest Road 66 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Expect road to be snow covered on upper end through mid-late May. Disappearing Lake is not likely to be accessible until mid-May due to road access. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current information.
Forest Road 75 Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. Open for 5.5 miles to washout.
Forest Road 76 Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open
Forest Road 80 and 8040 Closed to Visitor 4/17/2019: Road to South Climb trailhead is currently blocked by snow through late May. Parking is currently located approx. 9 miles below trailhead at this time of year. Please park carefully where other cars won't be blocked in. A Cascade Volcano Pass is required for climbing May 1 - Sept. 30. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for further information.
Forest Road 81 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Gated for the winter on the west side just past Kalama Horse Camp and on the east side at Cougar Sno-Park. Road not plowed.
Forest Road 8123 Closed to Visitor Forest Road 81 gated for the winter on the west side just past Kalama Horse Camp and on the east side at Cougar Sno-Park. Road snow and ice covered and not plowed.
Forest Road 82 / 8225 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Rd. 82 is kept plowed open to SnowKing Sno-Park in Winter (Elev. 3,200 ft.). NOTE: It is unknown whether the Bird Creek Meadows area road will be re-opened the summer of 2019. Call in June for a current update on the restoration work in progress after the Cougar Creek Fire.
Forest Road 83 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: 83 Road mostly clear with patches of ice. Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. No pass required at Marble Mountain parking lot. Cougar Sno-Park parking is free. Trail of Two Forests now requires a Northwest Forest Pass, America the Beautiful Pass or $5 in the fee tube use the site. No parking on the road.
Forest Road 8322 Closed to Visitor Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park.
Forest Road 84 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Forest Road 85 Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. High Clearance 4 x 4 recommended. There is a washout at milepost 9.2 and one at milepost 9.4. Use not advised.
Forest Road 88 Closed to Visitor 4/12/2019: Road is snow covered typically until early June. Note: Road 88 is washed out 7 miles north of Big Tire Jct., cannot connect to FR 90 due to the washout at MP 19.7.
Forest Road 90 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Rd. 90 is melted out to Lower Falls and Middle Falls trailhead. Road is still snow covered further East.
Forest Road 93 Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Snow covered until late Spring.
Forest Road 99 Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Forest Road 99 is gated for the winter just past Wakepish Sno-Park. Normally opens in July depending on snow pack.
Harmony Falls Viewpoint Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter.
Horse Camp: Cody Closed to Visitor 10/15/2018: Closed
Horse Camp: Falls Creek Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Not yet accessible due to snow covered road. Call the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current road conditions.
Horse Camp: Keenes Closed to Visitor 10/15/2018: Closed
Horse Camp: Lewis River Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Campground is not yet being maintained until mid-May. Camping is permitted but you must pack out your own trash.
Horse Camp: Mt. Adams    4/16/2019: Road to horse camp is now melted out, but the campground is not being maintained yet for the season. During the Summer, water is available for stock use only.Call the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current road conditions.
Horse Camp: Walupt Closed to Visitor 10/15/2018: Closed
Interpretive Site: Berry Fields Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Snow covered until mid-Summer.
Interpretive Site: Layser Cave Open to Visitor 11/26/2017: Open
Interpretive Site: Woods Creek Watchable Wildlife Open to Visitor 05/08/2018: Open. Access to one of the most interesting and accessible hikes on the forest. Trail has been cleared. A Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season.
Johnston Ridge Observatory Closed to Visitor Closed for the winter season. Will reopen on May 15, 2019. State Route 504 gated at milepost 45. Coldwater Science and Learning Center at milepost 43 open weekends only, 10 am to 4 pm. Last weekend open is April 14.
Kalama Horse Camp Campground Closed to Visitor Closed for the season. Normally opens in mid-May.
Lava Canyon Interpretive Site Closed to Visitor Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. Visitors may access the site by foot, ski, or snowmobile.
Monitor Ridge Climbing Route Closed to Visitor The Climber's Bivouac trailhead is CLOSED for the season. Climbers should use the Marble Mountain Sno-Park trailhead and Worm Flows winter climbing route.
Mount Margaret Backcountry Closed to Visitor Read Mount Margaret Backcountry Conditions Report.  2/20/2019:

Snow and winter conditions are present in the Mount Margaret Backcountry at all elevations.

 

The Lakes Trail and South Coldwater Trails are open, HOWEVER, ALL trails are covered in deep snow. South Coldwater Trailhead is now 3/4 mile beyond the Highway 504 winter road closure (milepost 45) so hikers will have to park at Hummocks Trail parking lot and walk in. Forest Road 99 is closed for the winter season. Forest Road 26 is closed from the north.

 

Overnight camping is allowed only at 8 designated sites; permits for these sites will go on sale March 1, 2019 and must be reserved online at www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777. Bicycles , stock and fires are prohibited.

   

Mount St. Helens area Open to Visitor State Route 504 to Johnston Ridge Observatory gated for the winter at milepost 45 past Coldwater Lake and the Hummocks Trail. Forest Road (FR) 83 gated at Marble Mountain Sno-Park for the winter. FR 81 gated on the west side just past Kalama Horse Camp, and on the east side at Cougar Sno-Park. FR 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park. FR 25 gated on the north at the 25/99 junction and on the south 4 miles north of the 25/90 junction. Be prepared for possible snow and ice at higher elevations.
Mt. St. Helens East Side: Forest Roads 25 & 99 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Forest Roads 25 is gated for the winter at the 25/99 junction on the north side and 4 miles north of the 25/90 junction on the south. Forest Road 99 gated at Wakepish Sno-Park.
Mt. St. Helens South Side: Forest Roads 83 & 81 Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: 83 Road mostly clear but may be icy. Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. Forest Road 81 gated on the west side just past Kalama Horse Camp and on the east at Cougar Sno-Park. No parking allowed on the roads.
Norway Pass Trailhead Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter.
Pine Creek Information Center Closed to Visitor Closed for the season. Will reopen in summer, 2019.
Recreation Rental: Gov. Mineral Springs Cabin Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Cabin renters should expect to park at the sno-park and hike 1/2 mile to the cabin this coming week due to snow lingering on the road. A sno-park permit is not necessary this time of year. Please remember to turn off the heaters, oven, and lamps when you leave.
Recreation Rental: Peterson Prairie Cabin Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Expect 1-2 ft. of snow on the road to cabin. Cabin renters will need to park at Atkisson Sno-Park and either walk, snowshoe, or xc-ski up the road to the cabin. A WA Sno-Park permit is not required for parking at this time of year. Overnight reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance on www.recreation.gov Please contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for updates 509-395-3402.
Site: Hemlock Picnic Area Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Open
Site: Ice Cave Picnic Area Closed to Visitor 4/11/2019: Road 24 is not yet melted out to this site. Typically you can start driving to this site by May. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Site: Iron Creek Picnic Area Open to Visitor 05/08/2017: Open
Site: La Wis Wis Picnic Area Open to Visitor 09/10/2018: Closed
Site: Lower Falls Day Use Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: Road 90 is now driveable coming from the West, but is still snow covered coming from the East. High clearance vehicles (trucks/SUV's)may use Road 90 from the West traveling to Lower Falls Rec. Area. For trailers & lower clearance passenger cars, you will need to go through Trout Lake and take Rd. 23 North of Trout Lake to Rd. 90 coming from the East. Be aware this section has plenty of potholes. The day use area is extremely popular and hard to find parking on weekends. Parking alongside Rd. 90 is not allowed within two miles of the Falls. For a less crowded experience, it is recommended to plan your visit on a weekday if possible. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Site: Takhlakh Day Use Area Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed, not gated.
Site: Wakepish Picnic Area Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open
Site: Walupt Lake Day Use Picnic Area Closed to Visitor 09/24/2018: Closed, not gated, primitive camping allowed.
Smith Creek Picnic/Viewpoint Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter.
Sno-Park: Atkisson Open to Visitor 4/11/2019: Rd. 24 & Rd. 60 to Goose Lake were groomed Wednesday 4/10/2019. Washington Sno-Park permit is not required beginning April 1. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger Distrit 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Cougar Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Some snow on the ground. No longer suitable for snowmobiles. Forest Road 83 to Cougar Sno-Park mostly clear with patches of ice. No parking allowed on the road. Elevation 2,275 ft.
Sno-Park: Flattop Open to Visitor 4/11/2019: Trails were most recently groomed April 11, 2019. Washington Sno-Park permit is not required starting April 1. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Government Mineral Springs Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Overnight guests staying at the Government Mineral Springs cabin may still need to park in the Sno-Park until road to cabin melts. Please park where you're not blocking the turn around. A Washington Sno-Park permit is not required to park in the Sno-Park starting April 1.
Sno-Park: Johnson Creek Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Closed. A Washington State Sno-park permit is required Dec 1 to April 1.
Sno-Park: Koshko Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Expect late Spring conditions for snow with lots of debris down on trail. To check on the Upper Wind River Hwy. road conditions, view http://www.skamaniacounty.org Public Works link. Washington Sno-Park permit is required Dec. 1 through March 31. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Lone Butte Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Trails were most recently groomed on Friday March 29, 2019. To check on the Upper Wind River Hwy. road conditions, view http://www.skamaniacounty.org Public Works link. Washington Sno-Park permit is required Dec. 1 through March 31. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Marble Mountain Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Around 1 foot of snow on the ground. 83 Road is mostly clear, but may be icy. No parking allowed on the road. No passes required to park at Marble Mountain. Elevation 2,650 ft.
Sno-Park: McClellan Meadows Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Expect late Spring conditions for snow with lots of debris down on trail. To check on the Upper Wind River Hwy. road conditions, view http://www.skamaniacounty.org Public Works link. Washington Sno-Park permit is required Dec. 1 through March 31. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Oldman Pass Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Expect late Spring conditions for snow with lots of debris down on trail. To check on the Upper Wind River Hwy. road conditions, view http://www.skamaniacounty.org Public Works link. Washington Sno-Park permit is required Dec. 1 through March 31. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Orr Creek Closed to Visitor 05/08/2018: Closed. A Washington State Sno-park permit is required Dec. 1 to April 1.
Sno-Park: Pineside Open to Visitor 4/11/2019: We suggest using Atkisson Sno-Park for xc-skiing or snowshoeing as snow conditions are no longer suitable for Winter recreation at this sno-park. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Rush Creek Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: Expect late Spring conditions for snow with lots of debris down on trail. To check on the Upper Wind River Hwy. road conditions, view http://www.skamaniacounty.org Public Works link. Washington Sno-Park permit is required Dec. 1 through March 31. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Skate Creek Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Sno-Park Pass required for winter season.
Sno-Park: Smith Butte Closed to Visitor 4/09/2019: Road is no longer plowed to this Sno-Park. Rd. 82 is blocked by snow at Snow King Sno-Park.
Sno-Park: SnowKing Open to Visitor 4/11/2019: We suggest using Atkisson Sno-Park for xc-skiing or snowshoeing as snow conditions are no longer suitable for Winter recreation at this sno-park. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for current info.
Sno-Park: Wakepish Open to Visitor 3/9/19: A Washington State Sno-park permit is required.
Trail #10 High Camp Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019:Road to trailhead is not passable this time of year due to snow.
Trail #102 Filloon Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #104 Spacing Study    4/16/2019: Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #106 Hidden Lakes Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #107 Sawtooth Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #108 Cultus Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #11 Snipes Mountain Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #111 Thomas Lake Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. When the snow melts from the road in late Spring, trailhead is accessible to higher clearance vehicles (Ex. Subaru or higher) using Rd. 65; low clearance vehicles are  recommended to use Rd. 6507 to Thomas Lake TH due to damage on Rd.65.  Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #112 Divide Camp Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #113 Killen Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #114 High Line Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #12 Stagman Ridge Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #121 Coleman Weedpatch Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Trail #122 North Fork Open to Visitor 11/26/2017: Open.
Trail #124 Paradise Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow.
Trail #129 Huffman Peak Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road is snow covered during the early Spring. Recommended 4WD due to rough road. Contact the Mt. St. Helens Ranger District for current info. 360-449-7800.
Trail #13 Muddy Meadows Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. Please call the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District office 360-497-1103 for up-to-date information.
Trail #130 Siouxon Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is now melted out. Recommended for 4WD or high clearance vehicles due to rough road.
Trail #133 Soda Peaks Lake Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #135 Big Huckleberry Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #137 Panther Creek Falls Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is now free of snow. For your safety, stay on trail and do not go beyond the viewing platform. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #140 Horseshoe Ridge Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #148 Snofoot Open to Visitor 4/11/2019: Open
Trail #15 Peeled Cedar Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #152 Falls Creek Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is now open. The trail is partially snow covered until late Spring. Trail has not been cleared of downed trees this season. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #152A Falls Creek Falls Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is open. The trail is partially snow covered until late Spring. Trail has not been cleared of downed trees this season. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #156 Wildcat Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trail is not yet accessible due to snow covered road. Recommended 4WD due to rough road. Contact the Mt. St. Helens Ranger District for current info. 360-449-7800.
Trail #171A Shortcut Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #172 Bluff Mountain Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is snow covered until late Spring.
Trail #174 Sunset Falls Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Open all year.
Trail #176 Elk Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #179 Lemei Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trailhead is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #18 Table Mountain Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is snow covered typically until late Spring. Be aware road is rough to trailhead. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #180B Chinook Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road is snow covered typically until late Spring. Be aware road is rough to trailhead. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #180C Sturgeon Rock Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road is snow covered typically until late Spring. Be aware road is rough to trailhead. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #180E Indian Pits Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road is snow covered typically until late Spring. Be aware road is rough to trailhead. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #183 South Climb Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road 80 to trailhead is currently snow covered and not plowed during the Spring. Parking is approx. 9 miles below the trailhead at this time of year. A Cascade Volcano Pass is required for climbing May 1 - Sept. 30. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for further information.
Trail #184 Lava Canyon Closed to Visitor Forest Road 83 gated at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. Trail snow covered. Please stay well back from the water, and use extreme caution on the lower section past the suspension bridge.
Trail #185 Wood Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is snow covered typically until early Summer. Be aware. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #187 Iron Creek Campground Loop Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open
Trail #19 Cussed Hollow Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Snow covered. Not yet cleared of downed trees.
Trail #192.2 Trapper Creek Closed to Visitor 4/09/2019: Snow covered.
Trail #194 Dry Creek Closed to Visitor 4/09/2019: Trail is snow covered and has not been cleared yet of downed trees.
Trail #1: Boundary- Hummocks to Johnston Ridge Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Road to Johnston Ridge Observatory closed for the season at milepost 45.
Trail #1: Boundary- Johnston Ridge to Truman Trail Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Road to Johnston Ridge Observatory closed for the season.
Trail #1: Boundary- Truman #207 to Norway Pass Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Road to Johnston Ridge Observatory closed for the season.
Trail #1E Harry's Ridge Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Road to Johnston Ridge Observatory closed for the season.
Trail #200 Lava Butte Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Snow covered.
Trail #2000 Pacific Crest, Mt. Adams area Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically snow covered until mid-July. At Rock Creek near Stevenson, WA trail closed to stock use, detour in place on the 2070 Rd. Section is Passable for hikers. Contact the Ranger District 509-395-3402 for further information.
Trail #201 Eruption Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist and no longer ADA accessible; expect snow and ice. Road to Johnston Ridge Observatory closed for the season.
Trail #210 Meta Lake Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter.
Trail #211 Lakes Open to Visitor 4/05/2019: Trail mostly snow-free.
Trail #213 Green River Closed to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice.
Trail #216 Loowit Open to Visitor Open, Loowit Trail Conditions Report   12/10/18: Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Forest Roads 81, 99 and 83 east of Marble Mountain closed for the season.
Trail #216A Ptarmigan Closed to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Trailhead unreachable.
Trail #216B June Lake Open to Visitor 4/02/2019: 79 inches of snow at 3440 feet (just east of June Lake). Winter conditions exist. Expect snow and ice. Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. A Washington State Sno-Park permit is required for site use at Marble Mountain until April 15. Visitors can walk or ski about a mile to the trailhead.
Trail #216D: Abraham Closed to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Access limited due to 83 and 99 road closures.
Trail #217 Goat Mountain Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated for the winter at Wakepish Sno-Park. Snow levels dropping.
Trail #219 Quartz Creek Big Trees Closed to Visitor 3/05/2019: Snow covered until late Spring.
Trail #225 Smith Creek Closed to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Trailhead unreachable.
Trail #228 Covel Creek Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open, not trail maintenance has been done. The trail currently has two bridges that have been removed.  The first crossing is over a dry creek channel and the second is over Covel Creek. Hikers should use discretion in finding alternative ways to cross. 
Trail #228A Covel Creek Falls Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open, no trail maintenance has been done. Upper bridge has been removed.
Trail #228B Angel Falls Loop Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Trail has not been logged out. Upper Bridge has been removed. Creek flow is heavy right now.
Trail #229 Hummocks Open to Visitor 4/02/2019: Three mile loop trail. Trail covered with 0 feet to 2 feet, depending part of trail. State Route 504 may be icy.
Trail #230 Coldwater Open to Visitor Access to South Coldwater Trailhead blocked by winter road closure on Highway 504. Park at Hummocks Trail parking lot and walk 3/4 mile to the trailhead. Trail snow-covered.
Trail #230A South Coldwater Open to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Trailhead located about a mile past Highway 504 winter closure gate.
Trail #234 Ape Canyon Closed to Visitor Ape Canyon Trail lies beyond the Forest Road 83 gate closure. 83 is gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. A Washington State Sno-Park permit is required for site use at Marble Mountain and NOT available on-site. Snow levels dropping so be prepared for winter driving conditions.
Trail #237 Blue Horse    Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Forest Road 81 closed and gated at Cougar Sno-park and Kalama Horse Camp.
Trail #238 Toutle    Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Forest Road 81 gated and closed at Cougar Sno-Park and Kalama Horse Camp.
Trail #238A Butte Camp Closed to Visitor Winter conditions exist; expect snow and ice. Forest Road 81 gated and closed at Cougar Sno-Park and Kalama Horse Camp.
Trail #240 Sheep Canyon Closed to Visitor Forest Road 81 gated for the winter on the west side just past Kalama Horse Camp and on the east side at Cougar Sno-Park. Road snow and ice covered and not plowed. Trail snow covered.
Trail #247 Woods Creek Watchable Wildlife Open to Visitor 09/26/2018: Open, Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season.
Trail #247A Oldgrowth Loop Open to Visitor 09/26/2018: Open, Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season.
Trail #260 Camp Creek Falls Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Trail #270 Valley Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Trail has been logged out but tread work maintenance may be needed. Open, The trail is open to all users. The trail is closed to all motorized use from Dec. 1 to April 1 for wildlife closure.
Trail #275 Kraus Ridge Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Trail has been logged out but tread work maintenance may be needed.
Trail #29 Placid Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trails are not maintained in the Winter and Spring.  Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #290 Layser Cave Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open,
Trail #29A Chenamus Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trails are not maintained in the Winter and Spring.  Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #31 Lewis River Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: The lower section of the Lewis River trail is melted out beginning at Curly Creek Trailhead up to Lower Falls & Middle Falls. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #31 Lewis River, Curly Creek to Lower Falls Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: Road to trailhead is melted out. First 4 miles of trail have been cleared of downed trees. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #31 Lewis River, Lower Falls to Quartz Creek Closed to Visitor 4/12/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid-late April. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402. Note: There is a permanent detour around Middle Falls, the trail slid and is impassable between Lower and Middle Falls. All of the trail behind the detour is closed to all uses. Detour routes thru Middle Falls parking area.
Trail #31A Curly Creek and Miller Creek Falls Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: Open. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #31C Middle Falls Open to Visitor 4/12/2019: Road to trailhead is passable only with higher clearance vehicles until snow completely melts. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #33 Indian Heaven Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trailheads are typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #33A Deep Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #34 Lemei Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #34A Wapiki Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #35 Service Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #37 Sleeping Beauty Peak Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road 8810 to trailhead is snow covered typically until late May. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #48 East Crater Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #49 Little Huckleberry Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #5 & #5B Quartz Creek & Quartz Creek Butte Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through late Spring due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #53 Monte Cristo Closed to Visitor 2/27/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #54 Buck Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not completely melted out yet. Currently you can drive to the nearby Mt. Adams Horse Camp. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #54A White Salmon River Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Open
Trail #55 Tombstone Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is typically not accessible late Fall through early Summer due to snow. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trail #59 Whistle Punk Open to Visitor 4/10/2019: Open.
Trail #64 Riley Camp Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is snow covered typically until late June. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #64A Riley South Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is snow covered typically until late June. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #70 Steamboat Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Area will be snow covered until June. Road to the lake is in very poor condition.
Trail #71 Pine-Way Closed to Visitor 3/01/2019: Trail is snow covered until early Summer. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #72 Cold Springs Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is snow covered typically until late May. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #73 Crofton Butte Open to Visitor 01/30/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #74 Pipeline Road Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. A Northwest Forest Pass or Interagency Pass is required to park at the trailhead. A fee tube is located at the motorized trailhead below the parking lot. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information.
Trail #75 Salt Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late May. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trail #78 Packwood Lake Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. A Northwest Forest Pass or Interagency Pass is not required in the off season to park at the trailhead. A fee tube is located at the motorized trailhead below the parking lot. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information.
Trail #79 Coyote Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. Not open to stock. Washouts have been repaired. There are 25 trees down between Elk Pass and Packwood Saddle. 10 trees are small. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information.
Trail #8 Langfield Falls Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail will have lingering snow until early June.
Trail #80 Wright Meadow Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is snow covered typically until late Spring. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current info. 509-395-3402.
Trail #81 Upper Lake Creek Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. There are 90+ trees down on the trail. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information. A Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season to park at the Packwood Lake trailhead A fee tube is located at the motorized trailhead below the parking lot.
Trail #83 Iron Creek Oldgrowth Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Open
Trail #9 Round-the-Mountain Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Trail is snow covered typically until late June/mid-July timeframe.
Trail #91 Iron Creek Falls Open to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Trail #95 Goat Ridge Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. There is a minor washout at Jordan Basin. A Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season to park at the Berry Patch Trailhead.
Trail #96 Snowgrass Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Trail #98 Nannie Ridge Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.  The Goat Creek bridge at milepost 1.7 on the Snowgrass Trail #96 is closed to all stock use. Stock users must use the detour and ford the creek crossing.
Trail of Two Forests Interpretive Site Open to Visitor 4/15/2019: Patchy snow on the ground. Road 8303 is gated 1/2 mile before Ape Cave. Visitors park at Trail of Two Forests and walk 1/2 mile to the cave. Pavement clear to Trail of Two Forests. Road has been plowed beyond the gate. A Northwest Forest Pass or America the Beautiful Pass, or $5 in the fee tube is required for parking at Trail of Two Forests. Cave open during daylight hours, year-round. No pets, food or drink allowed inside the cave, except water. Bring two-three light sources per person. Ape Headquarters will reopen in the spring. Trail of Two Forests features a 1/4 mile-long boardwalk over 1,900 year-old lava casts of trees.
Trailhead: Ape Canyon Closed to Visitor Trail lies beyond the Forest Road 83 gate closure. Forest Road 83 gated for the winter at Marble Mountain Sno-Park. A Washington State Sno-Park permit is required for site use at Marble Mountain and NOT available on-site. Snow levels dropping so be prepared for winter driving conditions. No parking on the road.
Trailhead: Berry Patch Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'. A Northwest Forest Pass is not required in the off season to park at the trailhead.
Trailhead: Big Hollow Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Expect snow on trail until mid-Spring. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Blue Lake ORV Closed to Visitor 09/26/2018: Open, A Northwest Forest Pass or Interagency Pass is not required in the off season to park at the trailhead.
Trailhead: Buck Creek-Lower Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not completely melted out yet. It is currently possible to drive to the nearby Mt. Adams Horse Camp, but not beyond there due to snow on the road. Please call the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Crofton Ridge West Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Curly Creek Falls Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is now melted out.
Trailhead: East Crater Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Falls Creek Falls Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is now open for the season. Expect some snow on the trail through late Spring.
Trailhead: Forest Road 88 - Pacific Crest Trail Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Grassy Knoll Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not melted out. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Hummocks/ Boundary Open to Visitor 4/09/2019: 0-3 feet of snow on the ground. Expect possible icy conditions on Highway 504.
Trailhead: Independence Pass Closed to Visitor Closed for the season.
Trailhead: Indian Race Track - North Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Indian Race Track - South Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Killen Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Langfield Falls Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Lemei Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Lewis River/Quartz Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid-late April. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Little Huckleberry Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late May. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Lower Gotchen Creek (FR 8020) Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: McClellan Meadows-Lower Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trail is snow covered until late Spring.
Trailhead: McClellan Meadows-Upper Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Trail is snow covered until late Spring.
Trailhead: Middle Falls Open to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is passable only with higher clearance vehicle until snow melts. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Middle Trail (Lower) Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402. Note: Upper trailhead is accessed by Rd. 8841.
Trailhead: Middle Trail (Upper) Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402. Note: Trail is accessed by Rd. 8841.
Trailhead: Monte Carlo-Lower Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Monte Carlo-Upper Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Monte Cristo-Lower Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Monte Cristo-Upper Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until mid Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Mosquito-PCNST #2000 Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Natural Bridges Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road 24 typically melts out in late April/early May to Natural Bridges. Call Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Packwood Lake Open to Visitor 05/25/2018: Open A Northwest Forest Pass or Interagency Pass is not required to park at the trailhead. A fee tube is located at the motorized trailhead below the parking lot. Please call the local Ranger District office for up-to-date information.
Trailhead: Pine-Way Closed to Visitor 3/13/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Potato Hill - Pacific Crest Trail Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow until early Summer.
Trailhead: Sawtooth Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Service Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Silver Star Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Rd. 41 is melted out, but Rd. 4109 is still partially snow covered and not passable likely for a few more weeks. Road 4109 to trailhead is a rough road with deep tire ruts.
Trailhead: Sleeping Beauty Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late May/early June. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Snowgrass for hikers Closed to Visitor 11/26/2018: Snow level approximately 3000'.
Trailhead: South Climb Closed to Visitor 4/15/2019: Road 80 to trailhead is mostly blocked by snow and not plowed during the Spring.  Parking is currently located approx. 9 miles below the trailhead. The road typically melts out completely to the trailhead at the end of May. Please park carefully where other cars won't be blocked in. A Cascade Volcano Pass is required for climbing May 1 - Sept. 30. Contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402 for further information.
Trailhead: Thomas Lake Closed to Visitor 4/10/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402. NOTE: Rd. 65 had some flood damage, recommended for higher clearance vehicles (Ex. Subaru or higher) to access Thomas Lake Trailhead. For low clearance vehicles, it is recommended to use Rd. 6507 to access Thomas Lake TH.
Trailhead: Trapper Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is still blocked by snow until late April. For current information contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Trout Creek Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Snow covered until late Spring.
Trailhead: Upper Gotchen Creek (FR 8040) Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Williams Mine Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until early Summer. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Trailhead: Wright Meadows Closed to Visitor 4/16/2019: Road to trailhead is not passable due to snow typically until late Spring. For current information, contact the Mt. Adams Ranger District 509-395-3402.
Windy Ridge Interpretive Site Closed to Visitor Forest Road 99 gated just past Wakepish Sno-Park for the winter. Road usually opens in late June or July depending on snow pack.
Worm Flows, Winter Climbing Route Open to Visitor 4/13/2019: View Climbing Conditions Report. Climber quotas are now in effect; permits available via advanced reservation at recreation.gov. The Worm Flows winter climbing route is currently the indicated route for climbing Mount St. Helens; however snow is not consistent on the first one mile of the route. Winter conditions still exist on the mountain, especially at higher elevations.
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