Fort Rock is a hiking trail in Lake County, Oregon. It is within Fort Rock State Park. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 4,447 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 258 feet. The Fort Rock State Natural Area (elevation 4,400 feet) attraction and Fort Rock (elevation 4,698 feet) can be seen along the trail.
Fort Rock Professional Reviews and Guides
"Three distinct habitats are found within a span of 25 miles in northwestern Lake County. This chapter contains information about birding around the following areas: Paulina Marsh, Fort Rock State Park and Cabin Lake Campground. Specialty birds in these areas include: Prairie Falcon; Rough-legged and Ferruginous Hawks; White-throated Swift; Lewis’s Woodpecker; Say’s Phoebe; Pinyon Jay; Clark’s Nutcracker; Violet-green and Cliff Swallows; Rock and Canyon Wrens; Sage Thrasher; Green-tailed Towhee and Brewer’s and Sage Sparrows."
--John Rakestraw, Birding Oregon (Falcon Guides).
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