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Pinnacle Ridge Trail

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Pinnacle Ridge Trail ist ein 6.3 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Mount Hood Parkdale, Oregon. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt einen Wasserfall und schöne Wildblumen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert und ein Ausflug in die Natur unternommen werden. Die Route ist am besten von Juli bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 6.3 miles Höhenunterschied: 2,135 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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wandern
4 months ago

There's been some clearing, but there are still rough spots, particularly close to the Timberline trail.

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wandern
schlammig
sturmholz
überwachsen
6 months ago

Tons of blow down. Spent a lot of time trying to find the trail amidst all of the downed trees. Parts of the trail are extremely overgrown. Bring clippers to help out and kick rocks and branches off trail if you're able. Otherwise a steep and lovely trail through the dollar lake burn, leading to a beautiful part of the mountain.

Mon Jul 09 2018

Access road is closed so it’s a five mile walk to the trailhead. Tons of fallen trees and debris blocking the trail and it’s difficult to identify and navigate. However, if you commit to the climb there are some amazing springs and meadows with beautiful wildflowers and epic views of Mt Adams. About a 12 hour round trip so make sure you pack plenty of water and/filter. There is access to water via springs. This could be an amazing hike if they cleared the trails. It was still worth it nonetheless.

wandern
Sat Jun 03 2017

This area had a forest fire than resulted in downed trees across the trail years ago. Unfortunately, the trail isn't maintained, so you have to climb over large trees and may lose the trail. The sign at the head of the trail says it's rated 'Moderate', but it is anything but. It is very difficult to navigate with extremely steep portions. I consider myself to be in good shape, usually working out cardiovascularly in a gym 2x a week, tennis 1x a week, and yoga 2x a week and found this trail honestly, a nightmare. And at the top / end of the trail, there wasn't even a good view as a payoff!!! I came back bruised, scratched, bitten (many biting fliers), dehydrated and muddy, as one section had an uncrossable mud pit-so don't wear your good hiking shoes. I would say this trail is not as advertised - find one with at least a good view if you are gonna suffer this much. I'd grade it a 'D', only because I love nature and it was a good workout. Bring OFF and tons of water and patience. Not fun.

wandern
Tue Oct 04 2016

Great route to Dollar Lake. We spent a night and went up Barrett Spur next day. Next time I'd plan 2 night to allow more time on the Spur. Barrett Spur is AMAZING! We had no trouble finding trail except in the meadow where it gets boggy. Trail crews must have removed falls.

rucksacktour
Fri Jul 15 2016

Steep climb with lots of blown down trees to scramble over and make finding the trail a little taxing but Timberline is beautiful in either direction once you're there. Spent the night at Dollar Lake. Absolutely stunning backdrop of Mount Hound for my camp.

wandern
Sun Jun 19 2016

Trail has not been maintained. Lots of trees down, trail was hard to follow. It was a cloudy and rainy day, and we lost the trail around 2 miles in and turned back.

wandern
Mon Oct 15 2012

Tough trail to find and a hard one to climb. Hiked through Dollar fire but once out the flowers were still looking good. There are two areas that are very wet even with our dry summer. One on the hillside is quite large but there is a trail around to your right just before you hit the muck. Didn't see the trail until on the way back down cutting through the brush. Wish we would have had just enough juice once we hit the Timberline Trail to check out Dollar Lake (go to the east and its suppose to be 1/4 mile to a marker on your right easy to miss).

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wandern
Sun Sep 09 2012