Black Butte Trail is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Camp Sherman, Oregon that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A Northwest Forest Pass is required to park here.
Really enjoyed this hike. I bet this hike would especially be awesome on a clear day. Going up, a bit slippery because of the snow. Reaching the summit is such a reward! Beautiful views and great to see the fire lookouts.
Very wonderful and beautiful Hike. My wife and I's favorite time to go is in the winter with the snow:)
Wow the view at the top is amazing. If I lived in the area, I would literally bring everyone I love up there so they can experience the magnitude of beauty that all of the surrounding mountains provide.
Great hike. Be aware it's all up hill. Not recommended for those who have knee issues. If they do have issues then go slow. The views are totally worth it
Great, tough hike. Definitely worth it once you reach the top.
Great hike. Nice views on the way up. All up hill.
This was my very first hike... it was a bit challenging for me but the payoff was amazing views of Sisters, Mt. Jefferson and other peaks. I think 9 in all. Very rewarding hike.
great hike and beautiful scenery! A little advanced for young kids.
5/19/16 weather was perfect at the start of the hike. Went through sun, clouds, whipping winds, rain, light big snowflakes, hard stingy ice shards, sun breaks again and misty the whole way down. Every season in one day. Did not get all the mountain views but the cloudy weather made for an other worldly experience with no one else on the trail. Cloudy days are always the best days to hike for solitude. What ever weather comes