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Sedum Ridge Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Sedum Ridge Trail parking at an unsigned pullout on the south side of CG 2000 (bobcat)
Broken footbridge near the beginning of the Sedum Ridge Trail (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Regulations or restrictions, etc

  • Discover Pass required
  • $2 toll each way at the Bridge of the Gods
  • Sedum Ridge Trail is irregularly maintained

Driving Directions

Drive I-84 east to Exit 44 for Cascade Locks. Go 0.4 miles after exiting, and turn right for the Bridge of the Gods Toll Bridge and Stevenson.

Drive 0.7 miles, crossing the Bridge of the Gods and paying the $1 toll, to reach the junction with Highway 14.

Turn right here for Stevenson and Kennewick, and drive 0.7 miles to make a left turn for the fairgrounds and Skamania Lodge.

After 0.3 miles, turn left onto Foster Creek Road just after passing the turnoff for Skamania Lodge.

Drive 0.9 miles, keeping left where Foster Creek Road joins Ryan Allen Road, and turn left onto Red Bluff Road.

Drive 0.7 miles (The road becomes gravel after 0.4 miles), and keep right on CG 2000.

After another 1.8 miles, keep left on CG 2000 at a junction.

It’s 3.3 miles from here to the bridge over Rock Creek and the view of Step Creek Falls.

From the bridge, continue on CG 2000 another 0.9 miles to park in an unsigned pullout on the left side of the road.


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