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Illahee Lookout Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Idleyld Park, Oregon that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is best used from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.9 miles Elevation Gain: 590 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

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mountain biking

forest

views

Directions from Roseburg: Travel east on Highway 138 29 miles past the North Umpqua Ranger Station to Forest Service Road 4760. Turn left onto 4760 and follow it six miles to Forest Service Road 4760-100. Turn onto this road and continue for one mile. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 4760-104 and follow it for a quarter mile to the trailhead. High clearance vehicles are required to travel onto 4760-104.

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over grown
rocky
7 months ago

I've done this hike since the mid 90's and it has really changed. The trail is heavily over grown, but still visible. The lookout and support building is there but really wore down. Really a great hike with outstanding views.

hiking
10 months ago

Short walk up, but great views. The lookout itself was closed though. NFR leading up is 10miles of gravel, in quite good condition however. I had no problems with my old 2wd car.

hiking
11 months ago

Mileage to reach the trailhead was a more than six miles as of June 2019, roads not well marked but directions are accurate. Wildflowers were everywhere; the views spectacular. There is no water nor a lavatory.

Tue Feb 21 2017

great

hiking
Wed Aug 17 2016

Beautiful hike! Some of the absolute best views of this area! I loved this hike! I would definitely do it again!

hiking
Mon May 18 2015

This is a short but moderate hike up to two old fire lookout stations on top of Illahee rock. The hike is beautiful with several points along the trail with outstanding views, but nothing compared to the view at the top. There is a 500 foot elevation gain, not the 184 feet stated in the trail description.

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

hiking
Tue May 08 2018