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Harry's Ridge Trail receives low use and features volcanic landscapes and high country views.

Harry's Ridge Trail, a maintained trail, follows a predominantly level grade along Harrys Ridge. Its only access is from Boundary Trail #1. The trail features one of the best and most direct views into the crater of Mount St. Helens.

Travel is allowed on approved trails only. Off-trail travel and camping are prohibited to protect sensitive natural features and scientific studies. Research permits are required for off-trail travel.

Directions: From Iron Creek, Follow Forest Route 25 south for approximately five miles to Forest Route 99. Follow 99 southwest past Miner's Car Interpretive Site, the Independence Pass Trailhead and the Windy Ridge Viewpoint to the trailhead for Truman Trail #207 (called Windy Ridge Trailhead). Follow this trail north for about 6.5 miles until it ends at Boundary Trail #1. Follow the Boundary Trail north for about one mile to Harry's Ridge Trail.

Distance: 0.6 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

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