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Lost Creek Trail is 0.5 a mile long and located just north of the Zigzag mountains.

Lost Creek Trail is a paved interpretive trail with a picnic area. The trail passes an old beaver pond with a view of Mt. Hood and offers a trip into the deep shady forest for anyone who desires a flat, paved path. Interpretive signing and rest benches make Lost Creek a great site for families with strollers and people of all ages. At the Mt. Hood Information Center booklets in Braille are available to check out for the interpretive trail at Lost Creek.

Directions: From Sandy, Travel east on Highway 26 to Lolo Pass Road (Primary Forest Route 18). Follow 18 north to Rd. 1825. Continue past McNeil Campground to Rd. 1825-109, then 1/8 mile further to Lost Creek picnic area where the trail begins.

Distance: 0.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

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