2455 Hwy. 141
Trout Lake, WA 98650
- Trailhead located along Road 2329
- 3.1 miles (5 km)
- Elevation Range:
- 4600 feet to 6100 feet
- Elevation Change:
- 1500 feet
- Mid-July to Mid-October
Used heavily by both hikers and horses, this trail climbs through timber and open meadows in the Mt. Adams Wilderness. An old cabin site is visible approximately 2 miles from the trailhead. The cabin was built by sheepherders who used this area for summer pastures. The trail offers spectacular views of Mt. Adams and wildflower displays. The trail ends on the Pacific Crest Trail at 6,084 feet. Here you have the option of continuing on the High Camp Trail No. 10.
This trail was originally a Native American trail used to access berry-picking areas. It was later used by sheepherders on their way to summer pastures. Please stay on the trail and do not disturb the cabin site.
Meadows, wildflowers, and views of Mt. Adams.
Please limit early-season horse use because of wet conditions.