Huckleberry Mountain Trail is a 10.7 mile out and back trail located near Hood River, Oregon that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from June until September.
Directions from Hood River: Travel south on Highway 35 for approximately 14 miles to Woodworth Road (one mile north of the community of Mount Hood - watch for winery sign). Follow Woodworth Road three miles west to Dee Highway 281. Follow 281 north for approximately five miles to the Dee Hardboard Plant. Make a sharp left turn, cross the bridge and stay left. Follow the signs to Lost Lake. At the campground entrance sign, turn left onto Road 1340, drive about one mile to Road 1340620 and turn right. The trail comes very close to the road after about 1/4 mile. Watch on the right for a trail closure sign mounted on a tree.
Nice hike a great elevation to get your heart rate up. bring water or a filter. you need it! I started from Lost Lake. Nice views from top. Berries YUM!
Pretty cool forested hike it changes like 6 times the hike is like a cross between Larch Mt. OR. and Dog Mt. Wa. 13 long switchbacks then a long hike up hill not very much to see but the summit is cool with a 360 view of the surrounding Forrest's and mountain ranges it's a good Training Hike for Backpackers around 11 miles total took me 4 hrs total 40 lb pack