Enjoy, be safe, and always leave no trace. Whether you’re overnight camping, day hiking, walking or multi-day backpacking, we have hundreds of hikes waiting for you in the … Up to the right are the snag-populated slopes of the Dollar Lake Burn. Elk Cove Trail is a 15.0 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Mount Hood Parkdale, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. Be aware there is no trail (that I could find) between Elk Cove and Pinnacle Ridge TH. Subalpine firs and mountain hemlocks form tree islands, and clumps of mountain ash glow with red-orange pomes (berries) in late summer. Directions from Hood River: Travel south on Highway 35 for approximately 14 miles to the community of Mount Hood. Turn right (west) at an intersection marked for Parkdale. Hood are on its north flank—on the opposite side of the mountain from the tourist crowds at Timberline Lodge. Of the many wildflowers found here, none is as prolific as the western pasque flower, which blooms immediately after snowmelt, and thus before most hikers arrive. First glance at the map this looks like a pleasant loop. Finally, you’ll reach the junction with the Timberline Trail in the parkland of Elk Cove itself. Follow this rough road another mile and the trail begins at a bend in the road. Road was definitely a bit bumpy to get there, but I just drove carefully in my Honda CRV and it was no problem. Elk Cove is such a special place, but don't underestimate this trail - especially if you're a backpacker or have an excited four-legged friend on a leash. Hood, but Muddy, down trees in path, some snow/ice, used micro sprikes. Mileage will be approximately 4 ½ each way with about 1700 feet of elevation gain going in and about a 400 foot loss into Elk Cove. From Hood River, drive Highway 35 south for 15 miles until reaching the town of Mount Hood. It was a bit Windy and due to the burn there is not a lot of shade. Hood, with its first dusting of autumn snow, 2013 September 26. Keenan, John, Hunter and I left Timberline Lodge at about 5PM on Thursday evening. Maintenance crews had just cleared about half the blowdows from this past winter so not too much of an obstacle course. Trail was easy to find and the drive in was not hard on my car. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. This hidden Eden became even quieter after a glacial flood closed … Highly recommend!! Open 10 am - 5 pm daily Closed: Thanksgiving Day, New Year's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day . The views at the meadow are amazing. The trail route was thoroughly scorched in the 2011 Dollar Lake Fire, and the forest suffered crown fire for most of the trail’s length. The hike itself begins with a steady incline up the mountain through a beautifully forested area. The first section of our Timberline Trail trip took us from Timberline Lodge to Elk Cove. Coming down Pinnacle Ridge was fine but - as mentioned in other posts - muddy in spots, exposed, and steeper & more overgrown vs Elk Cove Trail. I had quite a few scratches. The first 1 ¼ miles of the Elk Cove Trail follows decommissioned Road 6840-650 to the former trailhead. Just follow the road at the end. To start the trail you do cross over a creek via your choice of log. We were lucky with an overcast sky in the morning, which is pretty rare for summer. No snow. This is not straight out of the camera; various Aperture controls were invoked. We only saw two sites and one was taken, so we took the other. From the creek, the trail follows an old watercourse, or dry gully, and passes a campsite. Past the trailhead signs, you'll step over a berm to cross Pinnacle Creek, which is usually a rock hop by mid-summer (the bridge here was destroyed a number of years ago). Huckleberry, fireweed, and bear-grass flourish among the lodgepole pines here. 2350 feet elevation gain. NOT THE LOOP. Travel Oregon, 670 Hawthorne St, Suite 240 , Salem, OR, 97301, Phone: 800-547-7842 | http://www.mthood.info/hikingtrails/elkcove631.pdf. Directions and Map found here ** Do not take Russell Creek Road, it does not go through to Elk Cove. Lots of down tree scramble- but that’s part of the adventure right? In her free time, you’ll find her outdoors enjoying one of Oregon’s great hiking trails or rivers. Where culverts were removed, you’ll need to drop into little dips. Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. A variety of sun-loving plants have colonized the burn here, including Scouler’s willow, bracken, western larch, lodgepole pine, chinquapin, and snow brush. season, the flowers don't get much better anywhere than on this hike to Elk Cove. ELK Cove was amazing, can't wait till my next time up when I will do it as an out and back. Elk Cove Hike If you have ever hiked the 40 mile long Timberline Trail that circumnavigates Mt. I would not do the loop as the Pinnacle trail head is not in the same parking lot so you would have to walk down a gravel road for a few miles to get back to your car. Backpackers should camp at one of numerous spots in the trees at the east or north ends of the cove, along the Timberline and Elk Cove trails, and not in the fragile meadows. Hood. We hiked just the Elk Cove trail from the TH as an out & back. Elk Cove itself is quite picturesque with views of the north side of Mount Hood. Hikers are rewarded with close, open views of the north side of Mt. Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail Map The park brochure is available in a number of different formats, including audio-description and text-only. Down in the valley below, the Coe Branch and Compass Creek come together, and you can see Canon Ball Falls, also known as Lower Compass Creek Falls. The Elk Cove Trail #631 is the longest approach trail to the Timberline Trail on the north side of Mount Hood. 10.5 miles / 2200 feet. Around mile 15, you’ll see a cut-off trail, which cuts off some of the mileage as the actual trail loops and backtracks for a few miles. About a half mile from your destination, you must cross Coe Creek. This is a scenic meadow located within a large alpine basin. Turn left on the Timberline Trail for a few yards for the most sublime view of the mountain rising above acres of wildflowers. I’m going back soon and will update. The flowers at Elk Cove weren’t too shabby either. There were trees down along the whole trail so lots to climb over. If you’re looking for an easier hike to Elk Cove than from Cloud Cap Trailhead, this is a fine option. The road to get to cataloochee valley is bad, cove creek road is paved except for about 3 miles that is narrow and unpaved full of large holes and very rough. At mile 20.6 is Elk Cove and the junction with the Elk Cove Trail. Not a loop. on the north side of Mt. If you have ever hiked the 40 mile long Timberline Trail that circumnavigates Mt. 10.5 miles / 2200 feet. Good water should be available and plenty of campsites. Also be sure to walk to the west side of the cove, where an icy Cove Creek rambles through the meadows. The route also crosses through several wildflower-filled meadows and avoids fords … Coastal Trail Guide – with downloadable maps Check out the new web site linking visitors to downloadable maps, route descriptions, photographs and other information on public trails and beaches along the rugged coastline. Cloud Cap to Elk Cove is a 10.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Hood Parkdale, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. I didn’t see anyone else the whole time. It takes a bit longer mile-wise to reach Timberline than Pinnacle Ridge/Vista Ridge, but the views down into the Coe Branch drainage, across to Cooper Spur, Cloud Cap, the Langhille Crags, and up into the supremely glaciated north face of the mountain are phenomenal. Next time, I’ll go out and back on Elk Cove Tr. Hood via the Elk Cove Trail (#631). Tomales Point (aka Pierce Point) is located at the northern end of Point Reyes National Seashore. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. XF1: From Elk Cove Trail, No. We later discovered that it was literally a toilet, with tp bits scattered under the trees near our site. Open mid-July through October. The Coe Glacier could be clearly seen hanging from the top of Mount Hood, feeding the Coe River. We'll hike up the north flank of Mt. Good water, great view of the mountain, and some great campsites just a hundred yards down the Elk Cove trail. There are more trailside camps near a sedge spring, which dries up in mid-summer. However, this is a much quieter alternative route to Elk Cove that avoids the crowds and bumpy access roads of the Vista Ridge and Cloud Cap approaches. The meadows around Elk Cove are superb! Amazing views. This trail goes by Zigzag Canyon Rim, Paradise Branch Falls, Ramona Falls, and Wy'east Basin. Miles of flowers in bloom, with reds, yellow and violet flowers disappearing into the distance. I opted not to use any but did have it with me just in case it got worse. The trail is primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing and is best used from July until October. The Elk Cove Trail starts there and climbs up the left side of your view from Owl Point — obviously to Elk Cove. Glacial cracking and tumbling rocks are just a few of nature’s orchestral wonders at the top of this epic north face volcanic journey. Shirley is an active supporter of the Oregon wine industry and has served as a board member for both Oregon Pinot Camp and the Oregon Wine Board Export Committee. Lots of delicious huckleberries right along the trail. Once you get to the meadow it’s great. Turn right at the general store onto Cooper Spur road and continue for another mile. I didn’t have time to finish this hike since I went off trail for a bit, but it was really beautiful to see the contrast of dead trees with new growth. Barrett Spur via Vista Ridge and Wy'east Basin Trail, Tamanawas Falls via East Fork Trail #650 and Elk Meadows Trail #645 [CLOSED], Timberline, Cooper Spur and Tilly Jane Trail, Polallie Ridge Trail to Tilly Jane Ski Trail Loop [CLOSED], http://www.mthood.info/hikingtrails/elkcove631.pdf. We just returned from the valley, did not see the any elk at all. Nothing to hard to climb or step over. At the lake, turn left onto Road 2840 for one mile, parking where the old Road 650 split from 2840. Look for the rock cairn to go up the trail (it’s about 1.5 miles on the old logging road and then a switchback to a normal trail). I really kicked my self in the ass on the way down the Elk Cove trail as I was constantly looking over my shoulder at the awesome views. Though do-able, it’s somewhat treacherous, slow-going and simply not at all fun. Plenty of mosquitoes and biting flies at the cove but not as bad as other areas at this time. Walking the road back might have been quicker! (no bridge) I found this crossing to be easy and the logs were sturdy. That means there’s little shade, but there are more views (Mount Hood will be in sight for most of the hike), and you’ll be able to observe the recovery process from a severe forest fire. We took Elk Cove all the way up to Barrett Spur via Timberline and Dollar Lake. Most all of these types of activities on this page are within 25-60 minutes drive north or south of the Elk Cove Inn. The last two ish miles were a scramble over trees with mosquitos. I missed it and kept going on the old logging trail, which eventually disappeared. Pretty at the base. It just isn't worth falling in the creek or injuring yourself. After bushwhacking for a bit I added another 2 miles to the hike on forest roads, uphill, to get back to my truck totaling 11.5 miles. Cross and recross what is now a shallow draw, passing another campsite, and pass into a stand of unburned mountain hemlock. This is by far the most scenic trek on the north side. Turn left on Clear Creek road (across from McIsaacs Market) and drive south for approximately five miles to Road 2840 (Laurence Lake Road). I did this hike 6/12/2020. 631 Sep 27, 2013 6 Mt. The trail is wide and easy to navigate but the top section is very steep and the loose dirt is … DO NOT TAKE THE LOOP. The trail is primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing and is best used from July until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Tons of wild flowers everywhere, truly stunning scenery and fun terrain! That said, if you think of it like a jungle gym then it adds a bit of fun and a full body workout. That’s five miles. The basin was formed by the Coe Glacier that once pushed through the valley, but disappeared as the glacier retreated. Difficult (to Elk Cove) 9.2 miles round trip. Be careful here though. All the flowers were poppin but they won’t be for much longer. but after that expect slower going. The Dollar Lake fire burned a majority of the shade on these north side trails and this one is no exception, so UV protection is absolutely imperative. Arguably the prettiest and quietest timberline meadows at Mt. Elk Cove Trail is a great way to get into that beautiful north side of Mt. Elk Cove is a meadow in the Mount Hood Wilderness on the north side of Mount Hood in the U.S. state of Oregon. Wildflowers in full force. Higher up, you can see east to the Mill Creek Buttes and Shellrock Mountain on Surveyors Ridge. Short hike along Elk Cove Trail. *** FYI There is no official connection between the Elk Cove and Pinnacle Ridge trailheads. I did this hike 7-11-20. Hood via the Elk Cove Trail (#631). The goal was really just to get a few miles under our belt and get as far as Meadows or Newton Creek, before heading on to Elk Cove the next day. 9.2 miles with 2,100 ft elevation gain. The road when you get to the valley is part paved and part unpaved and narrow. This may be true but I don't suggest doing it counter clockwise as I did. While there are many approaches to this area, we chose to hike up on the Elk Cove Trailhead near the Laurance Lake Campground. Once we got to Elk Cove it made the view just a little more sweet. The trail isn't as popular as many other trails leading to the alpine regions of Mt. This page was last modified on 5 January 2021, at 00:25. The Tomales Point area is a popular destination for visitors wishing to view tule elk, birds, and wildflowers.The historic Pierce Point Ranch offers a glimpse into the early dairy ranching days on the peninsula. The top of Elk Mountain offers a spectacular view of Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, and the surrounding Fraser Valley area. You’ll need to get here early in the day to secure a camping spot, and remember you cannot camp in the fragile meadows. Switchback up five times in a shady patch of Douglas-firs that experienced no crown fire, and then traverse up onto the crest of the ridge, which was thoroughly burned. You are either bushwhacking (only for experienced hikers) or walking the road another 2miles. Views open up west to Vista Ridge and both Owl Point and Katsuk Point become visible. Drive 2.8 miles, turning right (west) on Lawrence Lake Drive. The spectacular Coe Glacier dominates the north face of Mount Hood, and craggy Barrett Spur rises like a black wall above the meadows, framing the idyllic scene. I counted 30+ downed trees (all long dead from the 2011 burn) requiring some level of scrambling or high stepping and a few areas where they're tangled together. We made time to do one more high altitude hike on Mount Hood before departing for a six week camping trip that will swing through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah. I thought it was fun, but it does slow you down and some might not like it. Most of these will disappear when a dense canopy reestablishes itself in a few decades. Hiked 7/18/20. She travels the globe as brand ambassador for Elk Cove in markets new and old. Hike in and out of crown fire zones on the flank of the ridge, getting a clear view up to Mount Hood at times. True it is not a real loop but I think it’s just a short walk on the gravel road back to the trailhead if you come down the pinnacle ridge side, although I wasn’t totally sure so I bushwhacked back to my car. The trail was clearly marked about 1.5 miles up the gravel road (after log crossing) by a rock cairn. 08-01-20 This is one of the easiest graded spur trails on Wy’east. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Elk Cove Hike. The foreground trees refused to move out of the way. But, I've decided to present this hike as an alternative route to Barrett Spur, especially for those living on the eastern side of the Cascades. Trail crews have brushed and logged out the first 3 miles (thanks!) Then follow the road bed, which is being crowded by slide alder on this lower section. We’ll spend the night at Elk Cove and explore the area. Elk Cove. This is a moderate one way trail to Elk Cove Camp in Mount Hood National Forest. Now there are closer views of The Pinnacle to the west and the Hood River Valley to the east, while down to the left is the wide valley bottom of the Coe Branch. From the meadows we'll enjoy good views of the Coe Glacier and Barrett Spur. A short 0.4-mile (0.6-km) trail leads down to the beautiful McClures Beach. Bugs are definitely in force as you hit the cove, but bug spray should easily take care of that. The bug were not to to bad for this time of year. 2250 feet elevation gain. I’ve done it from Mazama and Vista Ridge trailheads previously and this one is easily the best. From the meadows we'll enjoy good views of the Coe Glacier and Barrett Spur. This is where the backpack or leashed pup can become a challenge. Young noble firs and mountain hemlocks have taken hold here: in 40 years or so, they will form the canopy. If you take it, you’ll still be able to camp at Cairn Basin (around 18 miles in) or Elk Cove (around 21.5 miles in.) This trial was also clear and well maintained. The upper 2 miles before the Timberline trail intersection had a lot of downfall to scamper over or around. This spot offers great views of Barret Spur and Mount Hood as well as the Coe Glacier. After the viewpoint, you’ll drop to another saddle and then wend your way upward again, swishing through patches of huckleberry and bear-grass. Timberline National Historic Trail #600 (USFS), Elk Cove & Pinnacle Ridge (Oregon Adventures), https://www.oregonhikers.org/w/index.php?title=Elk_Cove_Hike&oldid=96657, Backpackable: Yes—connects to the Timberline Trail. The campsites are along the Elk Cove Trail, so after crossing the creek we turned down there and started looking. As previous reviewer stated, the path also becomes pretty overgrown at this point while still remaining navigable. Fri 09/11 (2.9 miles) Walk around Kincaid park Thu 09/10 (6.8 miles) Hike near Flat Top Sufficiently enlarged, the lenticular (banner) cloud at the summit has a pinkish tail. Didn’t get up onto the top spur because it’s too sketch for canines. Sights to See. Elk Cove (21 miles): A well-known, heavily trafficked spot (for good reason—it’s truly so beautiful) for both Timberline Trail hikers and overnight backpackers. Hood far from any roads, ski areas or cabins and it is this seclusion that gives it its charm. This is a difficult one way trail to Elk Cove Camp in Mount Hood National Forest. Starting at the Pinnacle Ridge TH it gets up at a fairly good pace through an old burn with a lot of snags. Loved this hike! 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