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Graham Pass Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Looking at the large gravel parking area, Graham Pass Trailhead, Rho Ridge (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes beginning at this trailhead

Hikes including this trailhead

Fees and Regulations

  • NOTICE: Trails in this area have been affected by the 2021 Bull Complex Fire. Please check current closures in the Clackamas River Ranger District before planning an outing.
  • No forest pass is needed to park here.

Driving Directions

Via Estacada:

Driving south on I-205, take Exit 12A for Highways 224 and 212E, Clackamas and Estacada. From the merger with Highway 224, drive 3.3 miles and turn right on Highway 224E for Carver and Estacada.

Go 15.3 miles, passing through Carver and Estacada. On the east side of Estacada, at the junction with Highway 211 for Molalla and Woodburn, keep straight on Highway 224 for the Upper Clackamas River and North Fork Lake.

Keep going for 25.6 miles (Highway 224 becomes FR 46), passing the Ripplebrook Ranger Station and Campground to reach the junction with FR 57 for Timothy Lake.

Stay right here to keep on FR 46 and drive another 16.2 miles before making a right turn onto paved FR 4670.

Go 0.4 miles and, after crossing the Clackamas River, make a left at a junction to stay on FR 4670.

In 1.1 miles, keep right at the junction with FR 4671.

Go another 5.3 miles to pass the junction with FR 4672 on the left.

FR 4670 becomes gravel here (Beware of a lot of rockfall on the road from here on).

Drive 7.9 miles further on 4670, eventually heading downhill to the four-way intersection at Graham Pass.

Keep straight to park in the large gravel trailhead area.

Other Notes

The gravel roads can be a little rough with some rockfall that might need clearing, but are fine for passenger cars.


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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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