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Gabbert Butte Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Gate at the Gabbert Butte Trailhead, Gabbert Butte Natural Area (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Via Powell Boulevard:

Drive east on Powell Boulevard.

After passing under I-205, drive 6.9 miles on Powell into Gresham and make a right turn onto Roberts St. (The first street after the turn into Gresham’s Main Street Park).

Drive 0.2 miles on Roberts to a Stop sign and make a right.

Drive 0.6 miles more and make a right turn onto S.E. Regner Rd.

Go 1.3 miles on Regner before you make a right turn onto S.W. Gabbert Road.

Proceed 0.2 miles to a dead end, and park by the side of the road before a gate.

Via I-84:

Drive east on I-84, and take Exit 16 for 238th Drive and Wood Village.

Turn right after exiting for Halsey Street, Gresham, and Mt. Hood. Go 1.1 miles on 238th to the traffic light at the intersection with Stark Street.

Keep straight here for 1.8 miles: 238th becomes 242nd and then Hogan Drive.

Keep straight at the intersections with Burnside and Powell. It's 1.1 miles on Hogan before you make a right turn on Roberts Drive.

Proceed 0.4 miles on Roberts, and then turn left on Regner Road.

Go 1.3 miles on Regner before you make a right turn onto S.W. Gabbert Road.

Proceed 0.2 miles to a dead end, and park by the side of the road before a gate.

Other notes

  • No dogs permitted in Gabbert Butte Natural Area.


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