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Revision as of 22:24, 23 March 2007

Bonneville Dam from Wauna Viewpoint
  • Start point: Tooth Rock TrailheadRoad.JPG
  • End point: Wauna Viewpoint
  • Trail Log: Trail Log
  • Hike Type: Out and Back
  • Distance: 4 miles round trip
  • Elevation gain: 1050 feet
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Seasons: Year round
  • Family Friendly: Maybe
  • Backpackable: No
  • Crowded: No

Contents

Hike Description

This is a two mile hike to a 1000 foot viewpoint beneath the power lines.

Start by walking east on the Historic Columbia River Highway Trail. After 2/10 of a mile, you'll come to a junction with Portage Road Loop. Start up the hill on this even older road for another 4/10 of a mile. Here, there's a side trail off to the right. Head up this steep trail for about 100 feet or so, to Tanner Creek Road. Gorge Trail #400 heads east from here, as well. Follow the Gorge Trail 4/10 of a mile to a junction with the Wauna Viewpoint Trail #402. Turn right and up the hill almost a mile to Wauna Viewpoint.

This area was burned by a forest fire in the 1990s. That has opened up a lot of views. On the other hand with all the new light, many view plants have taken hold, including poison oak. The trail is wide enough to avoid it, but you'll want to stay out of the bushes.

Maps

Fees, Regulations, etc.

  • Northwest Forest Pass required at trailhead

Trip Reports

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Related Discussions / Q&A

Guidebooks that cover this hike

  • Day Hike! Columbia Gorge, by Seabury Blair, Jr.
  • Afoot and Afield Portland/Vancouver, by Douglas Lorain
  • 35 Hiking Trails, Columbia River Gorge, by Don & Roberta Lowe
  • Columbia River Gorge, 42 Scenic Hikes, by Don & Roberta Lowe
  • Hiking the Columbia River Gorge - 1st and 2nd Editions, by Russ Schneider
  • 100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon - 3rd Edition, by William L Sullivan

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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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