Oak Ridge Trailhead, OR

US Forest Service

Oak Ridge Trailhead

No amenities. It is a large trailhead that will accommodate horse trailers with a loop drive through.

Provides access to: Oak Ridge Trail #688A.

Address

OR

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Directions

From Hood River, OR - head south on Highway. 35 for about 16 miles to Smullin Road (1 mile past Hood River Ranger Station). Turn left on Smullin Road and follow it until it takes a sharp turn to the south (right). Take the dirt road to the left. Trail begins about 1/4 mile up road.

Activities
  • HIKING HIKING
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