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Northern California

Coming Soon: The Cascadia Skyline

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Route Overview

Adventure Rating: Epic

Trip Length: 188 miles, 2-4 days

Season: May - October.

Technical Rating: Green, with few blue minor blue sections

Typical Terrain: Mostly wide dirt and gravel forest roads, there are some sections that cover lesser travel roads that may have some ruts and potholes.

Recommended Vehicle: Stock truck or SUV with 4x4 and all terrain tires.

Adventure Vans: Yes! 4x4 Sprinters should be able to manage the route without issue.

Alternative Routes: n/a

Route Details

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Camping Recommendations Dispersed camping is permitted in most places within the Mt Hood national forest. While there are many great campgrounds along the route, most require a fee and tend may become crowded during the warmer months.

  • Breitenbush Campground

  • Breitenbush Lake Campground

  • Olallie Meadow Campground

  • Clackamas Lake Campground

  • Frog Lake Campground

  • Forest Creek Campground

  • Badger Lake Campground

Recommended Points of Interest

  • Henline Falls (short hike)

  • Sullivan Creek Falls

  • Little Crater Lake

  • Timothy Lake

  • Frog Lake

  • Clear Lake Cabin Lookout

  • Sisi Butte Lookout

  • Gold Butte Lookout


Maps + Navigation


>> Always check with local land managers for road closures and conditions.


Recommended Maps

  • Google Maps

  • Gaia GPS (Neotreks Land Use layer, Gaia base layer)

  • blm maps >>

Download GPX files


TIP: To expose alternative routes and points of interest in Google Maps, open the sidebar and select the desired layer.




Resources


Land Managers


Other Resources

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