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Bottle Prairie Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The trailhead at Bottle Prairie (bobcat)
Tawny horkelia (Horkelia fusca) at Bottle Prairie (bobcat)
White false hellebore (Veratrum californicum) at Bottle Prairie (bobcat)

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Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Via Sandy:

From the last traffic light at the east end of Sandy (after the ARCO station), drive 30.9 miles through Zigzag, Rhododendron and Government Camp on Highway 26 to the junction with Highway 35.

Exit Highway 26 to the right and drive for 13.7 miles.

Make a right turn onto paved FR 44 for Lookout Mountain, Camp Baldwin, and Dufur.

After 5.3 miles, Road 44 makes a sharp right for Camp Baldwin and Dufur at the junction with FR 1720.

Keep going on 44 for another 2.3 miles and make a left turn onto Road 4400-120.

Drive 0.1 miles to park in the vicinity of the trailhead signboard.

Via Hood River:

Drive I-84 east to Hood River and take Exit 64 for White Salmon and Government Camp. Turn right, and then right again immediately.

Drive 0.4 miles to a four-way stop. Keep straight here on Highway 35 South for Odell, Parkdale and Mt. Hood.

Drive 26 miles and turn left onto FR 44 for Lookout Mountain, Camp Baldwin, and Dufur.

After 5.3 miles, Road 44 makes a sharp right for Camp Baldwin and Dufur at the junction with FR 1720.

Keep going on 44 for another 2.3 miles and make a left turn onto Road 120.

Drive 0.1 miles to park in the vicinity of the trailhead signboard.

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Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

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