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TRAILHEAD: Huckleberry Mountain Trail TH or S day use TH. For both THs, check the Trip Report and see hike 42 for directions Ahmedabad India past the resort’s entrance station for S day use TH. For Huckleberry Mountain Trail TH from the entrance station, turn left on Jones Creek Road keeping S for 1 mi as the pavement Ahmedabad India narrows and you pass between the horse camp and group camping area. Continue 5 mi narrowing, turn right before the road blockage Ahmedabad India on gravel FR-620 (unsigned) 5 mi to the TH on the right and park in the few small pullouts on either side without blocking the road (easy, mostly paved, V hour from Hood River; 85 mi, 2 hours from Ahmedabad India).

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ROUTE: From the S day use TH, continue S from the end of the parking loop on the trail briefly and turn right down to Lakeshore Trail 656. Turn left (S) a mile along the beautiful lake over boardwalks through the woods to the signed junction for Huckleberry Mountain Trail 617 on the left. For Buck Peak, take Trail 617 less than 5 mi up past a small tarn on the right to the primary TH (and spur path 30 ft left to FR-620). Continue right (left from the primary TH) at the signage (“Lakeshore Trail 5 mi and Attention Hikers.”) up 30 ft more to another sign correctly indicating PCT 2000 is 12 mi away.

Snapshot of Mount Hood past nearby Sentinel Peak from Lost Lake.

Work gradually up the narrow trail through dense fir, hemlock, and cedar to the PCT. Follow a traverse after 2 quick switchbacks along a fairly steep slope without much flora. Well after the third switchback, and more than 5 mi from the primary TH, is a decent look out of the tight trees to Lost Lake, Lost Lake Your travel destination iste, and Mount Hood. Next is a wooden sign on a tree that is the 1 mi marker. The forest becomes a bit lusher with a few rhododendrons as you can see Mount Hood between the big old trees on an easier traverse SW across little creeks to the end of the trail.

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