Tom Dick and Harry Mountain Trail is a 6.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Government Camp, OR that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
I did this hike for the first time this past Monday 9/12/16. Beautiful views! Easy hike too, & that's coming from someone who is not physically fit.
Fantastic 5 mountain view at summit on a clear day.
Awesome trail with a great reward.
One of my favorites!! The view is unmatched!!
It was amazing, once you reach to the top on a clear day you will see 5 mountains.
Beautiful views! One I would definitely recommend!
A little overcrowded on the hike up to Mirror Lake but thins out a bit past there to Tom Dick and Harry ridge for beautiful views north and south.
love this hike. have done it several times even in snow.
Very beautiful hike I recommend going early because it does get a little crowded
Went very early morning to watch the sunrise. Such a beautiful site! The lake was my favor part. Will go back!
Stunning panoramic views on clear days are worth 5 stars! :) But busyness of trail and limited parking downgrade it to a 4 star experience. :(
Great little easy hike (early in the morning before before Tom, Dick and Harry get there). Mirror lake is always nice to enjoy. Great view at the top on a nice clear day.
The trail was quite majestic, nice large trees and sound of the water running down the creek made this the woods very peaceful. I didn't think the trail was difficult at all; the further you get up to Mirror Lake the more you get to enjoy the scenic view of the woods, you'll be so proud when you reach Mirror Lake. If you like a little challenge continue to hike up Tom Dick Harry Mnt. trail, you won't regret it. The trail can get a little rocky here and there but just take your time and enjoy every moment of it, once you reach the peak you'll be like "thank God I did it". It is so worth it.
Great hike for visiting Mt. Hood as a weekend getaway. Wish there were less clouds.
Fantastic hike on a hot day today (high of 98!) the lake was a great way to cool off on the way up and down. Bring water shoes as it is mucky and rocky. Don't just hike the lake loop, go all the way to the top, the views are well worth it and there is a pleasant breeze. We hiked with our three dogs and they did great, too.