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Mazama Trail is 7.5 miles long and located in the Mount Hood Wilderness.

Mazama Trail starts in managed forest on the ridge above Ladd Creek with Mt. Hood towering in the background. The trial switches back up through a talus slope, then up a steep ridge. Then it follows Cathedral Ridge through dense forest, which opens to flowered glades near the junction with the Timberline Trail. The Mazamas reconstructed this trail for their 100th anniversary.

Directions: From Hood River, Follow Hwy. 35 south for about 13 miles to Woodworth Road. Travel west on Woodworth Road three miles to Dee Highway (281). Turn right on Dee Highway for about five miles to the Dee Hardwood plant, turn left, drive across bridge, stay left and follow signs to Lost Lake for about seven miles to Rd. 18. Turn left onto Rd. 18 to 1810. Follow 1810 to 1811 and drive three miles to the trailhead.

Distance: 7.5 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

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