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Broken Top Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead sign at the east end of the Broken Top Trail (bobcat)
Parking at the Broken Top Trailhead (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

From the north in Bend:

Driving south on Highway 97, Take Exit 138 for downtown and Mt. Bachelor.

Go 0.2 miles, and turn right on Colorado Avenue.

Go 1.6 miles on Colorado, passing through a traffic circle.

At a second traffic circle, go left on Century Drive, and proceed 21.0 miles, passing through one more traffic circle and then Century Drive becomes the Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway.

Turn right onto FR 4600-370 for the Todd Lake Day Use Area, and go 0.6 miles to the Todd Lake Trailhead.

Keep straight here, and proceed another 2.7 miles on a narrow uneven track that requires clearance.

At the junction with the 378 spur, keep right, and continue another 0.7 miles to the next junction.

Stay left here, and in 0.1 miles, turn left onto the 380 spur at a Rough Road sign.

Drive slowly up another 1.2 miles to the trailhead.

From the south in Bend:

Driving north on Highway 97, take Exit 139 for Reed Market Road.

Turn left onto Reed Market Road after exiting, and drive 1.6 miles, going straight through three traffic circles and crossing the Deschutes River.

At the fourth traffic circle, go left on Century Drive, and proceed 21.0 miles (Century Drive becomes the Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway).

Turn right onto FR 4600-370 for the Todd Lake Day Use Area, and go 0.6 miles to the Todd Lake Trailhead.

Keep straight here, and proceed another 2.7 miles on a narrow uneven track that requires clearance.

At the junction with the 378 spur, keep right, and continue another 0.7 miles to the next junction.

Stay left here, and in 0.1 miles, turn left onto the 380 spur at a Rough Road sign.

Drive slowly up another 1.2 miles to the trailhead.

Fees / Regulations

  • High clearance necessary for the drive to the trailhead
  • Self-issued wilderness permit
  • Restrooms, information kiosk
  • Dogs on leash at all times


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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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