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=== Driving Directions ===
 
=== Driving Directions ===
Take I-84 out to Cascade Locks and cross the [[Bridge of the Gods]] into Washington.  Turn right heading east on highway 14.  Pass through the town of Stevenson then past [[Wind Mountain]]. The trailhead is at milepost 53.  Turn off into the large dirt parking lot.  The trail heads off to the right.
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Take I-84 out to Cascade Locks and cross the [[Bridge of the Gods]] into Washington.  Turn right heading east on highway 14.  Pass through the town of Stevenson then past [[Wind Mountain]]. The trailhead is at milepost 53.  Turn off into the large dirt parking lot.  The Dog Mountain trail heads off to the right. The Augspurger Trail leaves from the same place headed up the hill to the west.
  
 
This can be a busy lot during the spring and summer months.   
 
This can be a busy lot during the spring and summer months.   

Revision as of 20:58, 22 May 2007

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Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Take I-84 out to Cascade Locks and cross the Bridge of the Gods into Washington. Turn right heading east on highway 14. Pass through the town of Stevenson then past Wind Mountain. The trailhead is at milepost 53. Turn off into the large dirt parking lot. The Dog Mountain trail heads off to the right. The Augspurger Trail leaves from the same place headed up the hill to the west.

This can be a busy lot during the spring and summer months.

Fees and Regulations

A Northwest Forest Pass is required to park here.

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