Yocum Ridge Trail

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Yocum Ridge Trail is a 20.2 mile out and back trail located near Rhododendron, Oregon. The trail is only recommended for very experienced adventurers and primarily used for hiking.

20.2 miles 4530 feet Out & Back

hiking

5 months ago

5 months ago

Great views. But you will need your big boy pants to get to this point. It's very uphill and you will need plants of water and/or a filter.

6 months ago

1 year ago

hiking
1 year ago

This is a great hike. Probably one of my favorites on Mt. Hood. The true distance is around 20 miles.. and worth every step!

hiking
1 year ago

awesome hike. it has everything. water falls, wild mountain flowers, meadows and of course Hood. when I was hiking up the trail I could see ranier, Helens and Jefferson. this has become my to do hike every year!

hiking
1 year ago

One typically gets to the Yocum Ridge trail via Ramona Fall Trail loop, itself a very impressive trail. The portion that is properly Yocum, is indeed all uphill all the time, but never is it too harsh. The trail is well-maintained and Virtually the entire trail is under the forest canopy, and one is only occasionally teased with a brief glimpse of limited views. If the journey seems less than rewarding, the payout at the top makes it all worthwhile. The view is nothing less than spectacular.

hiking
4 years ago

Let's get this straight: this is the longest and best day hike on Mount Hood. It is probably best left to backpackers but is so spectacular and well-graded that it can be done as a day hike as well. Past Ramona Falls the trail stays in the forest for a long time before breaking out into some serious "Sound Of Music" scenery. Once there it does not get any better than this on Mount Hood.