Stagman Ridge Trail

HARD 7 reviews
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Stagman Ridge Trail is a 10.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Stevenson, Washington that features a lake and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, birding, and horses and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
10.1 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
2381 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

birding

hiking

horseback riding

forest

lake

views

waterfall

wild flowers

From Vancouver, east 70 miles on Highway 14 to Highway 141. Turn north and drive 22 miles to Forest Service Road 23, near the town of Trout Lake. Turn right and drive 8 miles to Forest Service Road 8031. Turn right and drive 0.5 mile to Forest Service Road 070. Turn left and drive 3.5 miles to Forest Service Road 120. Turn right and drive 3.5 mile to the trailhead at the end of the road.

3 months ago

I have been up this trail several times. I would consider this more of a gateway trail to Mt. Adams. It offers nice views up the Cascade Creek drainage and the Salt Creek Drainage. Graveyard Camp used to be a junction for the trail to Looking Glass Lake, it seems that the US Forest Service decided that the cut across trail does not need to be there. the sign is gone and the route is not shown on newer maps. (or the maps I have). I have the benefit of owning Columbia National Forest map from 1940. It's a shame so much history is forgotten. This area used to have shelters and structures all over the area.

hiking
11 months ago

11 months ago

hands-down, this is my favorite hike in the Mt. Adams area, just as another reviewer said. beautiful close-up views of Adams and lots of solitude.

backpacking
Monday, November 28, 2016

My favorite hike in the Mt. Adams area, great views of the mountain along with little-no other hikers out there. Backpacked in and went camping around lookinglass lake. Highly recommended

hiking
8 months ago

hiking
10 months ago

Tuesday, June 02, 2015