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Rooster Rock Road Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Clodius parnassian (Parnassius clodius) at the trailhead (bobcat)
Slope forest on the Rooster Rock Trail above the trailhead (bobcat)

Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive I-5 south and take Exit 271 for Woodburn and Silverton. Turn left on Highway 214 (Newberg Highway) for Woodburn, Mt. Angel, and Silverton.

Drive 2.6 miles to the intersection with Highway 99E and keep straight here on Highway 211 for Molalla.

Keep on Highway 211 for 11.4 miles and reach the junction with the Cascade Highway (Highway 213). Keep straight at this junction for Molalla and Estacada.

Drive another 1.4 miles to the four-way junction in the center of Molalla and keep straight for Colton, Estacada, and Sandy.

Go 0.3 miles and turn right onto S. Mathias Road for Feyrer Park and Dickey Prairie.

After another 0.3 miles, bend left onto S. Feyrer Park Road.

In 1.7 miles, just after passing Feyrer Park and crossing a bridge over the Molalla River, reach a T-junction and turn right on S. Dickey Prairie Road.

Drive 1.7 miles, and bear right on Dickey Prairie Road at the Dickey Prairie Store.

Go 3.7 miles along the river and make a sharp right to cross the Glen Avon Bridge and enter the Molalla River Recreation Corridor.

From the previous junction, bend left on the Molalla Forest Road. Follow this paved road 12.8 miles until the road forks, where you will go right onto Copper Creek Road, crossing the bridge over the Table Rock Fork of the Molalla River.

In 0.6 miles, turn left up the Rooster Rock Road.

In 2.8 miles, one mile after passing the Bull Creek Trailhead, keep left at a junction and drive 3.6 miles farther to the end of the road and the trailhead.

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