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Lost Lake Loop (Lakeshore Trail) is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hood River, Oregon that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 177 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Camping

Fishing

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Getting There

Campground is open.

Travel Oregon, 670 Hawthorne St, Suite 240 , Salem, OR, 97301, Phone: 800-547-7842

Directions from Hood River: Travel south on Hwy. 35 for about 13 miles to Woodworth Road. Travel west onWoodworth Road three miles to Dee Highway (281). Turn right on Dee Hwy. for about 5 miles to the Dee Hardboard plant. Turn left, drive across bridge, stay left and follow signs to Lost Lake. This trail may be reached from Hwy. 26 by turning left onto Lolo Pass (Rd. 18) then turning right on Rd. 1810 at the top of the pass. Rd. 1810 returns to Rd. 18 after 4 miles and you continue to the junction of Rd. 13. Turn left and follow Rd. 13 to Lost Lake. This trail starts at the day use parking lot.

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Lisa Mazzaglia
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Hiking

Absolutely beautiful hike.

Arin Wicke
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Logan Storm
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HikingOver grown

we took a northern trail, Skyline Trail 6555, a road headed up a NW ridge, and dragged through a Beautiful, overgrown trail. a lot of fallen trees, small streams, and a lot of untouched wilderness. best hiking this year.

Ed Walker
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HikingBlowdownFloodedMuddyWashed out

Very muddy and lots of washouts

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Sh Boater
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Bobi Woosley
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HikingMuddyOff trailWashed out

This hike was beautiful. However, there are a couple areas where there are trees down and you have to climb through/over them. Also, there are areas where the trail is under water, so prepare for wet feet. A lot of littering of beer bottles/caps throughout.

Paul Thomason
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Max Fortune
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HikingBlowdown

6/5/20. Went clockwise from Northern tip. Big trees have fallen on the SW side of the lake. We turned back at this point. $9 for a day pass to park. NW forest pass does not work here.

Rebecca Norvell
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Hiking

This was a wonderful and beautiful walk. It's easy and long. The path is in great condition. And of course I went on a rainy day. But it was still beautiful

Chris Manspeaker
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This is not an Easy hike. The trail is washed out in several places and there are about half a dozen blow downs (involving 3+ trees) along the way. Expect side slopes travel of 45deg or more and climbing under and around fallen trees and foot deep water (lake shore) crossings. Apparently trail maintenance is,in quarantine as well. Take care with kids, older folks and those with disabilities. Beautiful area.

Brittany Cross
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Charity Rusch Marshall
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MuddyScrambleSnowWashed out

The camp ground is closed and the roads to the camp are not maintained so it was quiet the snowy adventure. We walked in from the campground gate. Part of the trail is washed out so side hilling in the steep, snowy forest was a challenge. I haven't visited this place in 29 years. Still as beautiful as I remember! I'll be back lost lake!

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