Clackamas River

Estacada, Oregon

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A classic river trail that traces the contours of the Clackamas River through pockets of old-growth western red cedar and Douglas fir. River views. Creek crossings. Bridge crossings. This challenging river trail takes you on a mystical journey through pockets of mossy old-growth forest that will astound you. Revel in their greatness but remember to watch your feet because sections of this trail can be very rocky. You’ll also enjoy great views of the Clackamas River at several different points where the trail drops down to almost river level. The only blemishes to this fabulous trail are when the route crosses through open areas with power lines.

Clackamas River Professional Review and Guide

"A classic river trail that traces the contours of the Clackamas River through pockets of old-growth western red cedar and Douglas fir. River views. Creek crossings. Bridge crossings.

This challenging river trail takes you on a mystical journey through pockets of mossy old-growth forest that will astound you. Revel in their greatness but remember to watch your feet because sections of this trail can be very rocky. You’ll also enjoy great views of the Clackamas River at several different points where the trail drops down to almost river level. The only blemishes to this fabulous trail are when the route crosses through open areas with power lines."

Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: Estacada
Distance: 8
Elevation Gain: 300 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 2 to 2.5 hours
Season: April through November
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Mount Hood National Forest, Estacada Ranger District
Local Maps: DeLorme: Oregon Atlas & Gazetteer; USGS Fish Creek Mountain, Three Lynx, Bedford Point; Green Trails Fish Creek Mountain
Driving Directions: Directions to Clackamas River

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May 2018