Lost Lake Loop (Lakeshore Trail)

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Lost Lake Loop (Lakeshore Trail) is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Hood River, OR that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.1 miles 249 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly



fly fishing


nature trips

trail running





wild flowers


Directions from Hood River: Travel south on Hwy. 35 for about 13 miles to Woodworth Road. Travel west onWoodworth Road three miles to Dee Highway (281). Turn right on Dee Hwy. for about 5 miles to the Dee Hardboard plant. Turn left, drive across bridge, stay left and follow signs to Lost Lake. This trail may be reached from Hwy. 26 by turning left onto Lolo Pass (Rd. 18) then turning right on Rd. 1810 at the top of the pass. Rd. 1810 returns to Rd. 18 after 4 miles and you continue to the junction of Rd. 13. Turn left and follow Rd. 13 to Lost Lake. This trail starts at the day use parking lot.

25 days ago

Beautiful walk around a small lake. Plenty of pines to offer shade, and boardwalks to keep you from wet muddy areas. View of Mt Hood is to die for! Beware though that this is not a quiet peaceful walk because of the resort. Parking nightmare and lots of noise from people on, in and around the lake

3 months ago

I wouldn't call it hiking. Nice and relaxing though. Lots of wood bridges.

4 months ago

4 months ago

Awesome. Took our 5 year old on his first hike and he absolutely loved it.

4 months ago

4 months ago


6 months ago

Nice mountain trail without much elevation gain. Fallen timber in some spots but we were able to get over/under/through all of it. Beautiful views of Mt Hood from north shore of the lake.

2 years ago

We enjoyed the Lost Lake loop trail with our kids, about 3.2 of easy trail with views of majestic Hood. There were huckleberries lining the lake and lots of lake critters. It gets busy in the summer but there are some other more challenging hikes out here like buck peak.