The Wygant trail -- six miles west of Hood River -- was a gift to Oregon honoring the memory of the Wygant family. This park adjoins two other state parks near Mitchell Point 5 miles west of Hood River on Interstate 84. A trail strikes through the park in a dense, hilly wilderness area that was once the old Oregon Trail and later the Historic Columbia River Highway. The first mile of this trail is on pavement that hasn't had an automobile on it for 50 years (it still has the yellow divider stripe). As it moves into the wilderness, Wygant trail penetrates a dense forest hillside along a gurgling creek. It is an ideal spot for backpackers who are looking for a little solitude.

mountain biking
3 months ago

mountain biking
8 months ago

So good!

11 months ago

It's not a well marked trail but the views were top notch. Although I'm from the Midwest and any elevation is appreciated. Bring a map and some determination and you'll be fine.

mountain biking
Monday, June 20, 2016

mountain biking
Monday, May 02, 2016

Its pretty good trail for beginners and for intermediate rides. Some put hill and some downhill. Perfect for first timers.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

I agree with the reviews below, there are much better trails. We lost the trail after the power lines, messed around for awhile, headed back completely infested with ticks! At very least it's a good trail to take annoying relatives on ;-).

trail running
Monday, September 21, 2015

mountain biking
Saturday, September 20, 2014

mountain biking
Friday, July 05, 2013

Great for everybody

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Tried to do this hike but the trail was in very poor condition. Like Denis M. mentioned the first mile was ok but after that we had a difficult time even locating the trail. Skip this and head up to Mitchell Point, amazing view! Note-tons of poison oak and the dog picked up ticks

Sunday, March 24, 2013

first mile of the trail is in good condition. The rest of it is going over fallen trees and the bridge has not been repaired yet so you have to find a way to cross. After the power lines, the trail completely disappears and after making our own trail for about a half a mile, we decided to turn back before we became a newspaper article! It was a beautiful hike nonetheless.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

The trail wasn't very nice even before a massive windstorm made it impassible. Large stretches were right above I-84 and poison oak was thick. After the windstorm the trail is said to be impassible but I haven't been up there myself to find out for sure.