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91
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1 - 90 mi
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25
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
19
Hiking
57
Other activities
Government Camp has 91 trails in the vicinity, including 25 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding, 19 hiking trails and 57 for other activities. These trails range from 1 to 90 miles in length. The longest trail in Government Camp is Mount Hood Loop a well-known trail measuring 90 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Timberline Trail Loop (Backpacking), Badger Lake and Trillium Lake Loop. Trails.com member Andy L. recently completed Badger Lake.
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The Timberline Trail circling Mount Hood is probably the most famous footpath in the state. ...
Trillium Lake is a classic winter sight, and not something you would expect to find so ...
The Twins are a lovely pair of lakes in all seasons. They are nestled down in individual ...
Here’s a great little hike for several reasons. For starters, it’s a good alternative ...
Cross-country skiers avoid this route because it is steep, has multiple switchbacks, and ...
A primitive road, with wilderness on either side, leading to a gorgeous glacial cirque ...
This ride consists of a 12.2 mile loop and two out-and-back spurs. One mile of the ride ...
There are good reasons why this area is so popular. For starters, from the moment you ...
The trails at Teacup Lake are an excellent example of what volunteers can do. The Teacup ...
Standing at more than 11,000 feet only 50 miles east of Portland, Mount Hood dominates ...
Highlights: Riding along Still Creek, the views from Trillium Lake, and the smooth singletrack ...
This is a very scenic out-and-back ride, with close-up views of Mount Hood as well as ...
Highlights: This is the overland route of the Oregon Trail into the Willamette Valley. ...
Highpoint rank by height: 13th. Mount Hood is one of the most frequently climbed mountains ...
Take this great short trail if the weather is inclement or if you’ve got friends headed ...
This route does a good job of clearing your head without requiring much of your legs, ...
Highlights include High Rock, an impressive outcrop. Frazier Turnaround, while difficult ...
Trillium Lake Basin, easily reached from Portland, is Mount Hood’s most well-known cross-country ...
Highlights: This short but scenic loop can be combined with the Gunsight/Gumjuwac Loop ...
Highlights: A very scenic loop ride and an aerobic workout for strong riders; great views ...
Highlights: Riding along Still Creek, the views from Trillium Lake, and fun singletrack ...
First used by pioneers on the Oregon Trail, this quiet camp occupies a semi-open flat ...
This popular campground occupies a forest of hemlocks and firs along the shore of quiet ...
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