Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness, Rhododendron

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Salmon–Huckleberry Wilderness is a wilderness area located on the southern side of Mount Hood in the northwestern Cascades of Oregon, in the United States. It lies within the Mount Hood National Forest and comprises 62,061 acres (25,115 ha) of land. The United States Congress designated the area Wilderness in 1984.

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  • The US Forest Service rates the 14.5 mile loop through this wilderness area as “difficult.” There are a few scrambles over loose, rocky dirt and eroding trails, but most scrambles only span four...  more »
  • Lots of hiking and fishing opportunities. Located in a Wild Fish Sanctuary, so leave your worms at home. Catch and Release for wild trout, steelhead and salmon.  more »
  • Nature at it's finest!
  • I had heard this is a hot bed for Big Foot sightings, so I gave it a try. Long story short, I didn't see a bigfoot. Anyway, beautiful wilderness with plenty of hiking trails. Well managed park with lots of wildlife.

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