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Lyle Cherry Orchard Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

This sign is about 2/10 mile uphill from the road. It's been moved since this picture was taken (Steve Hart)
The start of the new trail (Steve Hart)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • Nothing to park
  • A signed release is required at the trailhead sign 2/10 mile up the trail

Driving Directions

From Portland, take I-84 east to Hood River. Cross the Hood River Toll Bridge and turn right on Highway 14. Drive east through the towns of Bingen and Lyle. Just east of Lyle, you'll drive through two tunnels. The trailhead is the first major turnout east of the tunnels.

Other Notes

  • Poison oak is very common here right at the parking area and on the trail.
  • The trail has recently been rerouted. Please use the new trail that starts at the far east (right) side of the little valley.
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