Home  •   Field Guide  •   Forums  •    Unread Posts  •   Maps  •   Find a Hike!
| Page | Discussion | View source | History | Print Friendly and PDF

Willard Springs Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead sign board (bobcat)
Map and information at trailhead (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • No pets permitted on the trail
  • Open sunrise to sunset
  • Restrooms and picnic table near the refuge headquarters
  • $2 toll at the Hood River Bridge

Driving Directions

Drive I-84 east and take Exit 64 for White Salmon, Government Camp and Highway 35. Turn left after exiting for Bingen and White Salmon.

Drive 1.1 miles, crossing the toll bridge. At the junction with Highway 14, turn left for Stevenson and Vancouver.

Drive 1.6 miles and turn right on Highway 141 Alt. for Trout Lake and the Mt. Adams Recreation Area.

Drive up above the White Salmon River for 2.1 miles and turn left on Highway 141 for BZ Corner, Trout Lake, and Glenwood.

Drive 16.4 miles and turn right on Warner Road for Glenwood and Conboy Lake Wildlife Refuge.

After 1.1 miles, make a sharp left onto E. Sunnyside Drive.

Then, after another 1.2 miles, make a right onto Trout Lake Highway.

Drive 6.8 miles through the hills to make a right on gravel Wildlife Refuge Road.

In 0.8 miles, pull off to the right at the trailhead for the Willard Springs Foot Trail.

Contributors

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.

Hiking is a potentially risky activity, and the entire risk for users of this field guide is assumed by the user, and in no event shall Trailkeepers of Oregon be liable for any injury or damages suffered as a result of relying on content in this field guide. All content posted on the field guide becomes the property of Trailkeepers of Oregon, and may not be used without permission.