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The Hoodoo Trail is an access route to the Wenaha River area where hiking and fishing opportunities abound. Viewpoints along the trail offer terrific sights of the Wenaha drainage.

This trail is maintained for foot and horse traffic only into the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trail is characterized by many switchbacks which aid the steady descent of elevation from Hoodoo to the Wenaha River. The lower sections of the trail may have rattlesnakes, so caution is advised.

The Hoodoo Trail is an access route to the Wenaha River area where hiking and fishing opportunities abound. Viewpoints along the trail offer terrific sights of the Wenaha drainage. The trailhead offers little parking and there is not any water available for stock, but that is compensated by the Wenaha at the other end of the trail.

Directions: From Troy, OR, Take Forest Service Road #62 to the west, 1/2 mile west of Long Meadows Guard Station, take Road #6214 to the right for about 3 1/2 miles to trailhead.

Elevation: 3,400 feet

Ending Elevation: 2,100 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,300 feet

Distance: 3.2 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Umatilla National Forest, Oregon


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