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Phone
Phone:
503-622-3191
Address
Mt. Hood National Forest
70220 E. Hwy. 26
Zigzag, OR 97049
Basics
Length:
0.5 mile
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
30-45 mins
Trailhead Elevation:
4000 feet
Elevation Range:
4000 feet to 4300 feet
Elevation Change:
300 feet
Season:
May to October

Description

This trail enters the 47,160 acre Mt Hood Wilderness Area, which is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. The trail goes through lodgepole pine forest that accesses Zigzag Mt. Devil’s Tie Trail provides a couple of loop opportunities between the southern end of Burnt Lake Trail No. 772, Zigzag Mountain Trail No. 775 and West Zigzag Mt Trail No. 789. The lower end of this trail starts at its junction with the southern segment of Burnt Lake Trail No. 772 and climbs steadily. The trail ends at its junction with Zigzag Mt Trail No. 775 after ½ mile of climbing.

Regulations & Leave No Trace Information: ?? Wilderness Permits are required between May 15 and Oct 15, but are free and self-issuing at a permit box station along the trail. ?? Group size is limited to 12 in the Mt Hood Wilderness. Stock count in group size. ?? Unproccessed livestock feed is prohibited. Any feed that may serve as a seed source for non-native plans is considered unprocessed. ?? Hitching, tethering or picketing any stock within 100’ of any water source is prohibited.

Leave No Trace – Noxious weeds have taken a small hold in the Mt Hood Wilderness. To prevent from bringing non-native plants into the forest, clean your animal, trailer, truck and gear before leaving home. A few days before your trip, change your stock over to processed feed and only allow it to graze in weed free pasture. "Take only pictures and leave only footprints” isn’t good enough anymore. The cumulative impact of so many footprints has been significant. Bring a collapsible bucket to water your horse. At home, go to www.LNT.org to learn more.

Length:
0.5 mile
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
30-45 mins
Trailhead Elevation:
4000
Elevation Range:
4000 feet to 4300
Elevation Change:
300
Season:
May to October
Basic Directions

The quickest access to this trail is via the southern section of Burnt Lake Trail #722.

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