Fuji Mountain Trail

MODERATE 5 reviews
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Fuji Mountain Trail is a 3.1 mile out and back trail located near Oakridge, Oregon that features a great forest setting. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
3.1 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
938 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dog friendly

hiking

nature trips

forest

views

This trail offers fantastic views of Waldo Lake, Taylor Burn, the Sisters, Diamond Peak, Odell Lake and Willemette Ski Area.

backpacking
1 month ago

It’s a great trail to see some awesome views 365• of diamond , sisters, Jefferson, Waldo & Odell lake.
It’s pretty easy, has a good elevation gain that zig zags up to an incredible flat peak with extremely steep cliffs and an amazing view.
Recommend you drive there in an SUV or a vehicle w good bro if clearance as you have to drive approximately 5.7 miles up a gravel road ( we did it in our 07 VW Passat which is a little low)

We went @ 1030 am and didn’t see another person the whole time, tons of beautiful areas to go off trail & picnic, etc.

hiking
10 months ago

Breathtaking views. Definitely coming back in the future.

hiking
10 months ago

This short out and back is amazing! I will load a picture later. The directions are fairly accurate, Eagle Creek Road/Forest Road 5883 is a decently maintained gravel road. Starts with some deep pot holes and then a lot of washboard areas after that. It's probably about a 40 minute 10+ mile road to the trailhead. Luckily the trailhead parking is well marked on your right hand side. The trail itself was harder, across from the parking there was an old fence post right where the trail started but no sign. We went up on September 23rd and the whole trail was snow, getting up to a foot or more at the higher end. Luckily the blue diamond trail markers are there.
You will reach a fork in the trail about 1/4 mile in, left takes you to Fuji Mtn and right would take you to a much longer Waldo lake trail. Consistent ascent, eventually will start switchbacking. Don't think you've reached the end at the first clearing, although that is a great view point! And then there's another clearing past that one, and you're still not at the top (great view though!). You will really know when you reach the flat top of Fuji and get an amazing vista of the Waldo Lake and the Cascades. The day we went was a bit overcast so couldn't see the tops of the mountains but still amazing!

hiking
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