Tom Dick and Harry Mountain Trail

MODERATE 168 reviews

Tom Dick and Harry Mountain Trail is a 6.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Government Camp, Oregon that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
6.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1650 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

hiking

walking

forest

lake

views

wild flowers

rocky

hiking
1 day ago

You can do a full loop from the Skibowl parking lot. I parked there, and walked down to the Mirror Lake trailhead. From there, I hiked up to Tom Dick Harry. I then followed the ridge line trail that is not shown in AllTrails. That takes you to the top of the lifts at Skibowl. There are several roads and trails to follow down from there.

Overall a fun hike with nice views or Hood, Adams, Jefferson, Rainier and Helens.

Met a safety patrol guy from Skibowl on the ridge. Very cool and helpful.

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1 day ago

4 days ago

Terrific weather, awesome views. Parking is limited so get there by 9:00 on a weekday.

4 days ago

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19 days ago

We made it to the top just before sunset! Great hike, a little over grown near the top. Will go back to camp and hike around the lake. Watch out for the morons who do not leash their dogs.

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21 days ago

Great hike! worst part is walking the hwy from skibowl, since it is packed. but all in all it starts out in a dense beautiful forrest, with a bridge and big fallen logs. The sunlight leaks into the forrest with rays of gold. Slowly climbing to meet a beautiful serene lake that mirrors Mt. Hood in its reflection. At this point your body is still wanting more, so the ascent up to TDH is magical. You wind up mellow switchbacks, of lush forrest with wildflowers and views of the world around you. Many spots of Mt hood boldly looks at you as you climb, and then the trail flattens out. It becomes a serene walk thru the forest, everything seems to stop as butterflies join you on the final push. You see the clearing in the disctance and in no time you are there. atop a 360 degree view of the range. 6 mountains are there for your gaze. Looking straight at hood and mirror lake below. Ahh yess enjoy this hike and take it all in..for it is a glorious one! waiting for your footprints! also..dont leave trash..and pick shit up if you see any. Cheers!

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21 days ago

24 days ago

gorgeous! this is one of my favorite hikes!

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27 days ago

Great hike. Moderate but totally manageable. The crowds tend to clear out after Mirror Lake but parking can be a pain (they're building a new parking lot summer '18). View is 100% worth the extra push past the lake. Starts to open up and get rocky at top, so watch your footing!

28 days ago

Definitely an amazing hike. The view point at the top is second none. Not a hard hike at all and mirror lake is an added bonus!

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28 days ago

One of my favorite hikes to date! Entering from the trail head you immediately begin your ascent. Mirror Lake halfway up is just a small vision of beauty compared to the amazing views including a very majestic Mt. Hood with Mirror Lake seen below as well as 4 additional snow-capped mountain peaks in the distance. Moderate climb with some rocky areas and a rocky summit with plenty of room to sit, chat, eat or just rest! Highly recommend this trail even for the not-so-experienced hiker who seeks a challenge with a great reward!

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28 days ago

As others have said, the view is really unbeatable. We started at 7:30 and even then the main lot area by the trailhead was almost full. And while we were some of the first at the top when we arrived, within 30 minutes there were more than 20 people with us. Not the kind of hike to do if you're looking for solitude.

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1 month ago

1 month ago

The view was so incredible!