1 month ago

2 months ago

Awesome views overlooking the wilderness on the hike and great scenery all around. Came back to it for the first trail I ever ran, the hills and valleys make for a nice steep run too.

I hiked this trail about 1.5 months ago and it was beautiful. My only issue was the need for more water. Nice scenery and a decently maintained trail.

4 months ago

Every step of this hike was beautiful! Worth the drive in you won't be disappointed.


4 months ago

beautiful day. good hike and gorgeous views

What a beautiful day! Awesome scenery as well.

Neat quick little trail take you though beautiful ponderosa pine and old juniper forest. It's easy to overlook the last leg of the trail that takes you to the base of the rock, probably also the most strenuous part of the hike but so worth it!

Excellent afternoon hike, dogs loved it, few patches of snow on trail, but no problem.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Just hiked this again 2 weeks ago. There was a recent wind storm, lots of trees down all over. Awesome weather and small patches of snow, here and there.. awesome as usual

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Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Due to lack of info just sharing what I found. I have not completed this hike yet.
This is a scenic ride over rolling terrain through juniper and pine forests and openings between Harvey Gap and Forest Road 3380. The north end of the trail is accessible from the Wildcat Campground by a long (5 mile), uphill climb on a good gravel road to Harvey Gap. The trail is wide and there is the possibility of meeting an ATV, motorcycle, or horse. This eight-mile trail is classified as "more difficult" because of a series of short, rough, steep sections. The return trip to Wildcat Campground is a steep (5 mile), downhill ride on a secondary gravel road (Forest Road 3380) to the intersection with Forest Road 33, then north for 5 miles back to Wildcat.

Read more: http://www.gorp.com/parks-guide/travel-ta-ochoco-national-forest-biking-oregon-sidwcmdev_066510.html#ixzz3lFRRLE6V

Thursday, June 11, 2015