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<b>PLEASE NOTE: The Memaloose Hills are a very popular and crowded destination in April and May. While this hike is on public land (Mt. Hood National Forest), the trail is unofficial. In addition, the rest area and the overlook are not official trailheads and were not designed to acomodate dozens of vehicles. Too many cars parked at these spots cause safety issues. Consider doing this hike on a weekday, and always park legally without blocking traffic. If you cannot find legal parking, consider visiting other nearby trails instead: [[Mosier twin tunnels hike|Mosier Twin Tunnels]], [[Mosier plateau hike|Mosier Plateau]], [[Mccall point hike|McCall Point]], or [[Rowena plateau hike|Rowena Plateau]].</b>
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=== Contributors ===
 
=== Contributors ===
 
* [[User:bobcat|bobcat]] (creator)
 
* [[User:bobcat|bobcat]] (creator)

Revision as of 14:59, 14 May 2019

Rattlesnake sign, Memaloose Rest Area (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and Regulations

  • Dogs on leash in the rest area

Driving Directions

Take I-84 east past Exit 69 for Mosier. Exit the freeway at the blue Rest Area sign (0.8 miles past Milepost 72).

Park as close to the west end of the rest area as you can.

PLEASE NOTE: The Memaloose Hills are a very popular and crowded destination in April and May. While this hike is on public land (Mt. Hood National Forest), the trail is unofficial. In addition, the rest area and the overlook are not official trailheads and were not designed to acomodate dozens of vehicles. Too many cars parked at these spots cause safety issues. Consider doing this hike on a weekday, and always park legally without blocking traffic. If you cannot find legal parking, consider visiting other nearby trails instead: Mosier Twin Tunnels, Mosier Plateau, McCall Point, or Rowena Plateau.


Contributors

Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

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