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**{{Hike ring|trailhead=Bonanza Trailhead|hike=Huckleberry Mountain via Bonanza Trail Hike|log=Huckleberry Mountain via Bonanza Trail Hike/Log|previous=Plaza-Bonanza Trail Junction|next=Huckleberry Mountain}}
 
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{{Maplinkinfo|latitude=45.3083|longitude=-122.0041}}
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{{Elevation|4300 feet}}
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* Elevation: 4300 feet
  
 
=== Description ===
 
=== Description ===
The coordinates given are not for the summit of Huckleberry Mountain, but for the rocky viewpoint north of it, which is a much better destination. There's a great view of [[Mount Hood]] from here on a good day.
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The coordinates given are not for the summit of Huckleberry Mountain, but for the rocky viewpoint north of it, which is a much better destination. There's a great view of [[Mount Hood]] from here on a good day, and views extend farther north to [[Mount Saint Helens]]. Moving around this rocky crest, you may be able to make out [[Mount Jefferson]] through the trees to the south.
  
The summit itself, at 4,378 feet is just north of the [[Plaza-Bonanza Trail Junction]], about 30 yards east of the trail and without views.
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The summit itself, at 4,378 feet, is just north of the [[Plaza-Bonanza Trail Junction]], about 30 yards east of the trail and without views.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:37, 5 March 2020

The rocky viewpoint on Huckleberry Mountain's crest (Martell)

Description

The coordinates given are not for the summit of Huckleberry Mountain, but for the rocky viewpoint north of it, which is a much better destination. There's a great view of Mount Hood from here on a good day, and views extend farther north to Mount Saint Helens. Moving around this rocky crest, you may be able to make out Mount Jefferson through the trees to the south.

The summit itself, at 4,378 feet, is just north of the Plaza-Bonanza Trail Junction, about 30 yards east of the trail and without views.

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