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Mount June and Sawtooth Rock Hike

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Sawtooth Meadow from Mount June (Kaltbluter)
Three Sisters from Mount June (Kaltbluter)
  • Start point: Mount June TrailheadRoad.JPG
  • End point: Mount June Trailhead
  • Hike Type: Out and Back
  • Distance: 5.0 miles
  • Elevation gain: 1500 feet
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Seasons: Year round, except after winter storms
  • Backpackable: No
  • Family Friendly: Yes
  • Crowded: No


Hike Description

From Mount June Trailhead hike .6 miles to Mount June Trail-Sawtooth Trail Junction.

Turn right at the trail junction and climb a steep .4 miles to the summit of Mount June.

On a clear day the summit has good views of the Cascades from Thielsen to Hood, especially Diamond Peak and Three Sisters.

Return to Mount June Trail-Sawtooth Trail Junction and turn right (East) towards Sawtooth rock. You are now on Sawtooth Trail #1401. From here it is about one mile to the Western edge of Sawtooth Meadow and another .4 miles to Sawtooth Rock on the Eastern edge.

There is a use trail up to the base of Sawtooth Rock a short way into the trees at the East side of the meadow.

June and early July are usually the best times for wild flowers on this hike.


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  • No fees

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