- Moderate (to rimrock viewpoint)
- 4.2 miles round trip
- 1700 feet elevation gain
- Open late April to mid-November
- Difficult (to Great Pyramid)
- 9 miles round trip
- 2900 feet elevation gain
Handy for a bit of exercise, this trail switchbacks from the Zigzag Ranger Station up the long, wooded ridge known as Hunchback Mountain. After climbing steeply for 2.1 miles, the path passes a rimrock viewpoint overlooking the forested valleys of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness. For a better look east to Mt. Hood, continue up and down along the ridgecrest to three other viewpoints.
Start at the …
The Hunchback Trail continues past Great Pyramid with some steep ups and …
This chapter taken from the book 100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Northwest Oregon & Southwest Washington.