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Upper Siouxon Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Parking at the unsigned Upper Siouxon Trailhead (bobcat)


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Driving Directions

Take I-84 east to Exit 44 for Cascade Locks and Stevenson.

Go 0.4 miles, and make a right for the Bridge of the Gods Toll Bridge and Stevenson.

Drive 0.7 miles, crossing the Columbia River and paying the $2 toll, and come to the intersection with Washington Highway 14.

Turn right here for Stevenson and Kennewick and drive 6.0 miles, passing through Stevenson, before making a left turn onto the Wind River Road for Carson.

Go 14.5 miles on this road to where it makes a sharp turn right at the junction with Mineral Springs Road.

Bear right here and drive 2.1 miles before making a left turn onto Dry Creek Road (FR 64).

Drive up 6.1 miles on this narrow, lumpy road, which has some rockfall and sunken portions (The road becomes gravel after 4.1 miles).

At a junction go left on unmarked FR 58, and travel 1.9 miles on this narrow, potholed road.

At another junction, go left to keep on FR 58 and, passing the Observation Peak Trailhead after 0.2 miles, descend a total of 2.6 miles to an unmarked, mossy pullout area on the right side. There is an unsigned post down the trail that is visible from the parking area.

Fees and Regulations

  • $2 toll each way at the Bridge of the Gods

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