Bureau of Land Management, Oregon.
Located at the far southwestern corner of the Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area, the Threemile Creek Trail is a moderate hike with an elevation gain of 1,516 feet.
The Steens area encompasses an extraordinary landscape with deep glacier carved gorges, stunning scenery, wilderness, wild rivers, a rich diversity of plant and animal species, and a way of life for all who live there.
The Threemile Creek trail is located 25.5 miles south of Frenchglen, Oregon on Highway 205. The trailhead is in a parking area adjacent to highway 205. The trail enters Threemile canyon and follows Threemile Creek about 2.5 miles in an easterly direction until it comes out on the plateau above the canyon.
The best Time of the year to experience the Threemile Creek trail is from March to November.
From Frenchglen, Oregon: Travel south on State highway 205 for 25.5 miles. The trailhead is on the left (east) side of the road.