Horsetooth Mountain Trail Loop

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Spring Basin Wilderness

Horsetooth Mountain Trail Loop is a 8.4 mile loop trail located near Antelope, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running.

Length8.4 miElevation gain2132 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingrunningViewsWildflowersWildlifeRockyNo shade
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Jaclyn Guenther
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Hiking

On the maps it’s called horse mountain, not horsetooth. The Jeep trail is unreliable so make sure you are using way points, cross country travel is pretty easy, minimal bushwhacking. Saw lots of elk deer prints and scat. Very pretty view of soft hills.

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Tanya Young
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4/11/20: Remote. Did not see anyone else on trail. Windy on this day. Hedgehog cacti beginning to bloom. Hiked past green knoll to next overlook via trail. Seems a trip to Horse mountain requires some bushwhacking. Did not attempt on this chilly day. Pretty scenery, IMO. Trail in ok shape, but overgrown with brush in some places. Gravel road to TH in good shape.

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Joshua Baker
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just did to the green knoll a couple miles in (per William Sullivan's 1000 hikes book). not the most amazing picturesque landscape, but quite beautiful in a reserved way. I'm sure later in spring when wildflowers are blooming it's quite nice. for late February though, a great, sunny, isolated/quiet hike.Saw a good amount of hedgehog cactus, though none blooming yet. would consider this at a potential 1 night backpacking trip in March or April.

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Delita Cordes
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Buzzy N
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Jayde Herriford
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Ryan Jayne
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Erich Bargar
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Erich Bargar
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