Crescent Mountain Trail

HARD 7 reviews
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Crescent Mountain Trail is a 9.2 mile out and back trail located near Cascadia, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
9.2 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
2434 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

hiking

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wild flowers

Directions from Sweet Home: Travel east on Hwy. #20 for about 41.8 miles. Turn left on Forest Road 2067 (Lava Lake.) Continue 1 mile and turn left on spur 508 and drive 0.5 miles to the trailhead on the right.

1 day ago

Did this trail this past Sunday and what a glorious view. The hike was intense and I did get a little sick at the top from the altitude adjustment, but the struggle was worth it. Go on a clear day because you can see everything. Take your time and enjoy the mountain tops. Stop and smell the wildflowers. You will not be disappointed with this hike.

8 months ago

10 months ago

Sunday, June 28, 2015

hiking
Sunday, March 08, 2015

Nice hike, elevation is a bit tough at parts but is manageable. Trail is well marked, there was a bit of water at the start but nothing on the second half. The views from the top are unbelievable on a clear day. Today we saw everything from Rainier to 3 sisters. At the top there are remnants of an old lookout tower, but be careful with dogs as there is TONS of broken glass. Very little snow on the peak and almost none on the trail. Highly recommended day hike, we completed in a little over 6.5 hours taking our time and taking a long lunch at the top.

hiking
Sunday, December 09, 2012

This is a great hike in the Cascade foothills outside of near Detroit, OR. Trail starts easy enough, but then it ascends until you reach the "top" of the mountain. There are views of the 3 Sisters, Mt. Jeff, and on a really good day Mt. Washington, Hood, and even Rainier.

hiking
Thursday, September 20, 2012

Plenty of shade in the forest, as you hike up, up, up to the wide open view of the mountain tops. Keep going it's worth making it to the top where you can sit up there and soak in the view. Once you do make it to the top if you look to the left over the edge you will see a small lake (it's green), and I am guessing it must be Lava Lake. There is a flat cement slab at the top that will easily fit two people. Over to the left is Jefferson Mountain, and to the right you can see Sisters three mountain tops, you are looking down on the forest. It's over 5,000 feet up at the top and it's a bird's eye view for sure.