Todd Trail Number 34

Deschutes National Forest, Oregon

Distance2.2mi
Elevation Gain879ft
Trailhead Elevation6,524ft
Top6,688ft
Elevation Min/Max6158/6688ft
Elevation Start/End6524/6524ft

Todd Trail Number 34

Todd Trail Number 34 is a hiking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Deschutes National Forest and Three Sisters Wilderness Area. It is 2.2 miles long and begins at 6,524 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 879 feet. Along the trail there are picnic sites. Near the end of the trail are restrooms. This trail connects with the following: Soda Creek Trail and Todd Lake Picnic Area.

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Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Routes: Oregon (The Mountaineers Books)
Chris Van Tilburg
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"The Todd Lake rim is worth a few turns if the snow is good and time is short." Read more
100 Classic Hikes in Oregon (The Mountaineers Books)
Douglas Lorain
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"Tranquil Todd Lake is a popular destination near Bend that stands out as a particularly beautiful lake in an area with intense competition in that category. From the meadows at the north end of this shimmering lake are stunning views of Mount Bachelor, while in the open forest at the south end of the lake are idyllic picnic spots. The loop is very easy, so hikers who want a little more exercise can ascend a trail that goes northeast to a spectacular ridge-top viewpoint of the Todd Lake Basin and Mount Bachelor." Read more
Best Hikes with Dogs: Oregon (The Mountaineers Books)
Ellen Morris Bishop
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"This hike tours a varied landscape, rising from a large lake lined with fir and hemlock into a subalpine environment with less than 1000 feet of climb. Most of the hike is forested; open meadowlands offer streams or marshes. The first half of this almost 6-mile hike follows well-maintained Forest Service trails; the second portion tracks along roads, most of which are abandoned or gated off. They are really nothing more than luxuriously wide hiking paths, though there is occasional use by vehicles on the last half-mile, so as you return be vigilant for the sound of approaching engines and keep dogs close." Read more

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7/5/2006
We did this trail in July and it was absolutely beautiful. The hike out is not very strenuous and the changing scenery is breathtaking. In July, the wildflowers were in bloom and the weather was sunny and bright. We saw a couple that was doing the trail on horse back. The green lakes campsite is wonderful. Each of the tent sites are very spread apart, so you definitely have the feeling of being isolated. There were a few mosquitos but they tended to disappear as temperatures dropped. Even in July the nights were a chilly 45 F. Would definitely do this again.
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Deschutes National Forest
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Deschutes National Forest
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Deschutes National Forest
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Dec 2018