Catalpa Lake Trailhead, OR

US Forest Service

Catalpa Lake Trailhead

Provides access to: Catalpa Lake Trail #535 which accesses Mt. Hood Wilderness  and Bonnie Meadows Trail #471. This trailhead is rustic and off the beaten path with no restroom facilities. ...[more]



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From Portland, OR follow US Hwy 26 41.2 miles east of Sandy to Cedar Burn Road (Forest Road 43).  Turn left (northeast) on Cedar Burn Road and travel 3.5 miles to the junction with Forest Road 2610.  Turn left (north) on the gravel Forest Road 2610 and after 0.75 mile, continue straight ahead on Forest Road 2610-250 for 2 miles to Catalpa Lake Trailhead.  The trailhead is off a dirt spur road.  There is a small parking area big enough for two vehicles.

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