Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail - Tooth Rock Trailhead

  Emergency Closure 09/03/17
Remains closed because of the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire

Major Features & Activities

  • Blue Indicates that some, but not all, facilities are accessible according to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards
Major Features & Activities:
  • Hiking Trails (ADA)
  • Picnicking
  • Bike Path (ADA)
  • Wildlife (ADA)
  • Open Year Round (ADA)

Toothrock Trail head is open ONLY to the paved Historic Highway State Trail at this time.  Everything else remains closed at this time due to the Eagle Creek Fire.

This just in, new videos from Oregon Department of Transportation that lay out the future development of sections of Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. Check them out here.

Start your trek east or west along this section of paved trail. The eastbound 4-mile trail gradually climbs through dense woods, and then delivers majestic views of Bonneville Dam. The trail continues past the Eagle Creek trailhead (a U.S. Forest Service trail), Cascade Fish Hatchery and stops at the Bridge of the Gods Trailhead. Note: This segment has a staircase equipped with bikewheel grooves about 1 miles east of the trailhead. The trail leading up to the staircase is ADA accessible.

The 1-mile westbound portion of the trail crosses rushing Tanner Creek, passes breathtaking overlooks of the Columbia River and continues to the Historic Moffett Creek Bridge. End your hike on the newest segment of the trail—Moffett Creek Bridge to John Yeon State Park.

Historic Columbia River Highway and State Trail bicycle and hiking map

Please secure your valuable when enjoying parks.  Thank you!

 

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