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EJ Anderson reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Emma Roe reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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fully paved road, whole way there! so it's perfect for people with normal cars. there's a couple downed trees on trail. had to turn around due to emergency, but seemed great!

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Myles Grandstaff reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Great trail, easy to follow. Snow around 2 miles and a little slippery on the final ascent to Mt. June. Beautiful view at the top. Not busy at all.

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Ann Wiltshire reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Beautiful hike up to the summit. Started to hit snow at 1.5 miles in. A couple of downed trees but easy to climb over. The view was amazing at the summit despite some fog. Summit had about 5 inches of snow. A little slick coming back down.

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Jeff Gepper reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Nice hike in the woods. Not really a view to speak of due to clouds. Pretty muddy and wet, with a lot of water on trail. Snow only at the very tippy top of Mount June. A lot of blowdown and debris, but only a few downed trees (no major obstacles). Others have mentioned the google directions were wrong. It worked great for me, took me straight there without question. Paved roads the entire way which is kind of insane.

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Michael McDonald reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Pretty hike, lots of ferns and moss. Visibility was awful today but there were so many plants along the route that it didn't bother us. Last half mile was really steep and had a decent amount of snow patches. A few trees blocking the path at the top but nothing you can't climb through/around

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Dena James reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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beautiful... lots of mushrooms and snow and cougar tracks

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marci Jellison reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Alex Haberstroh reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Brian Williams reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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I must be getting in better shape because this hike was listed as difficult, but it felt like a moderate hike. The first three miles is a steady climb, but it's manageable with all the switchbacks. I didn't realize the elevation gained until I was hiking back to the parking lot. When you get to the Mount June jct. the trail will begin to climb. Uphill wasn't bad, but downhill was steep, just take it slow. I thought the first three miles of trail were well maintained, but the trail going up to Mt. June was overgrown in spots. There were also a couple of downed trees that you will have to jump over, and be careful of loose rocks. Once you get to the top of Mt. June the view is awesome. Spectacular views of Diamond Peak, The Three Sisters, Mt. Washington, Three Fingered Jack, and Mt. Jefferson. A previous hiker posted earlier that this hike is similar to that of Spencer's Butte. I would agree with the statement, but add with fewer people. This was a fun hike and will do it again. Happy Hiking

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Brian Williams reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Adam K reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Great hike! I took a wrong turn at one point toward sawtooth rock, but even that was a joy. A hard climb toward the end, but the view was worn it!

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marci Jellison reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Alex Haberstroh reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Ron Jellison reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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amazing hike, hard but the views are worth it.

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marci Jellison reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Kendra Lady reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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This trail is similar to Spencer Butte in terms of both scenery and difficulty level—though a few miles longer and much less crowded! I went on a Monday morning around 10:30 and saw nobody the entire hike. Whereas Spencer Butte is typically pretty crowded, especially on weekends. I will reiterate what others reviewers said about getting to the trail—from Rattlesnake Road take a left onto Eagles Rest Road and continue nearly 9 miles to a large gravel parking lot on the right. The hike was thickly forested most of the time (not too many scenic views), and quite peaceful due to the lack of other hikers. About halfway through (2-ish miles in) you’ll come to a T in the path, and you will want to bear right. The view at the top is lovely, though not a 360 view like Spencer Butte (I suppose it would be a 180 view? Haha). It got fairly steep during the last half mile or so, but nothing too technical or overly strenuous. Overall I enjoyed this hike, and it was a great workout also, though if you’re looking for spectacular views you may be a tad disappointed. A little less than 8 miles out and back.

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Staci Foster reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Great hike! The directions to the trailhead aren’t quite right though. Once you turn off Rattlesnake Road onto Eagles Rest road, drive 8.8 miles and a large parking lot is on the right. Park there and the trailhead is across the street. Trailhead No. 3462 Lost Creek Trail. Also, it is very easy to follow the trail in the wrong direction about half way up. (Elevation 3937) We made this mistake and hiked about a half mile until we realized we were on the wrong trail. It is difficult to see the fork in the trail because there is a big tree on the right that hides it if you’re not paying close attention. The wrong trail takes you to the left and up a steep hill. The funny thing is that there is a sign that shows you which way to go, but it is posted on THE WRONG SIDE of the tree so it is very easy to miss. Once we got on the correct trail, there were a couple downed trees that were easy to scramble around or over. The view from the top is beautiful. We could see the Three Sisters, Mt Bachelor, Diamond Peak and Mt. Washington. Worth the detour!

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Joshua Lum reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Following GPS directions to the trailhead will not take you the best route. You must get to the trailhead via Eagle Rest Road (type it into your maps app) and then on to the trailhead. For the most part, the trail was in good condition with the exception of one area with many trees blown down. We took the spur trail to Sawtooth/Hardesty and took lunch overlooking the valley. But then it started misting/raining/and dropping freezing rain on us, so we didn’t make it to Mt June.

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Jada Phelps reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Gravel road is blocked by fallen branches, an SUV could probably make it. There is another road that is paved that'll take you there, make sure to type 'eagles rest road' into maps and it will take ya to it

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Jordan Burcham reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Good hike. There is a fair amount of blowdown about a mile in, and random patches farther up. Very wind uptop, but niceish visibility.

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Wade Buchan reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Sara Willis reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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We got a little lost did not see the sign posted that would have sent us to Mt. June, obvious trail was not the correct way to go, but took us around to some other breathtaking views!!! Love this one, a few trees on the path but easy to get around. I didn’t track the whole hike, but took less time then we thought to do the eight miles.

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Bruno Vetter reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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Really enjoyable hike. There are a couple of places where you have to scramble over snow and downed trees/branches, but fewer than other reviews suggest as the snow melts. About halfway up there’s a fork we accidentally took to Sawtooth and not Mt. June, so make sure you check the map occasionally. Views at the top are amazing. I should definitely note that it’s longer than 6.8 miles. Probably since we took a wrong turn and also had to bushwhack around some downed trees my recording said 8.2 miles. Also, if you’re navigating here, first copy the coordinates from AllTrails. Then in Google Maps (or wherever) navigate to ‘Eagles Rest Road’ and *then* to the trailhead. It’ll take you on paved roads the whole time and will not add distance or time to your journey.

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Igor Kwiatkowski reviewed Sawtooth to Mount June
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