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[[Image:BonnevilleTrailhead.jpg|thumb|400px|Bonneville Trailhead]]
 
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[[Image:TableFromBonnevilleTrailhead.jpg|thumb|250px|A partially obscured Table Mountain from the trailhead]]

Revision as of 00:03, 20 March 2007

or Tamanous Trailhead

Bonneville Trailhead
A partially obscured Table Mountain from the trailhead

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • None

Driving Directions

From Portland, Take I-84 East and exit at Cascade Locks. Cross the Columbia River to Washington State over the Bridge of the Gods (toll required). Take a left on Rt 14 and go about a mile and a half. Start looking for the sign for the trailhead parking on your right shortly after you see the Bonneville Dam on your left.

From Vancouver, take Rt 14 35 miles East. As you near the state park you will begin to see Beacon Rock. Turn left into the campground and follow it uphill a short ways and take your first right into the small trailhead parking lot.

Other Notes

  • This trailhead is also known as Tamanous Trailhead named for the main trail that leaves from here.
  • There is ample parking at this lot
  • The skinny Tamanous trail starts up into the woods about a .1 mile from the parking lot, turning off a gravel road. For a short diversion you can hike the gravel road a shorts ways to the end of a railroad tunnel. When you return to your hike it'll will be fun to guess at what point you'll actually be hiking over the tunnel!
  • This early section of trail is accessible to horses.
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