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Curly Creek Falls Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Curly Creek Falls Trailhead (Steve Hart)


Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

Driving Directions

Drive I-84 east and take Exit 44 for Cascade Locks and Stevenson.

From the freeway, go 0.4 miles before turning right for Stevenson and the Bridge of the Gods Toll Bridge.

Drive 0.8 miles, crossing the Columbia River on the Bridge of the Gods and paying the $3 toll.

At the junction on the Washington side, turn right onto Highway 14 for Stevenson and Kennewick, and go 5.9 miles before turning left at a roundabout onto the Wind River Road for Carson.

Drive 14.6 miles, passing through Carson, and make a sharp right on the Wind River Road at its junction with Mineral Springs Road.

Wind up for another 13.2 miles before turning left onto Curly Creek Road for FR 90, the Lewis River, Mt. St. Helens, Ape Cave, and Windy Ridge.

Descend 5.2 miles to the junction with FR 90, where you turn right for the Upper Lewis River.

Go 0.9 miles, and turn left onto FR 9039.

Drive 1.1 miles down this gravel road, cross the Lewis River, and then up to the left turn for the Curly Creek Falls Trailhead.

It’s 0.1 miles into the parking area.


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