Crosstown Trail 755

Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

Distance2.7mi
Elevation Gain807ft
Trailhead Elevation3,982ft
Top4,095ft
Elevation Min/Max3625/4095ft
Elevation Start/End3982/3982ft

Crosstown Trail 755

Crosstown Trail #755 is a hiking and biking trail in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is within Mount Hood National Forest. It is 2.7 miles long and begins at 3,982 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 807 feet. The Summit fast food is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Camp Creek Trail, Timberline To Town Trail, Wally's Tie Trail, Maggie's Tie, Pioneer Bridle Trail #795, Skiway, Alpine Trail #660 and Glade Trail #661.

Crosstown Trail #755 Professional Reviews and Guides

"This entertaining ride starts at the Summit Ski Area at Government Camp. Established in 1927, this is the oldest ski area in the Pacific Northwest and the first one built on Mount Hood.

This smooth and fast singletrack route races through a shady forest in the Mount Hood National Forest. The route combines three popular cross-country ski trails— Crosstown, Wally’s Tie, and Skiway.

You can try this route or get creative and make up your own route on this fun maze of trails. Trail surface: 5.7 miles singletrack; 0.4 mile doubletrack."

"Take this great short trail if the weather is inclement or if you’ve got friends headed to the Multorpor Ski Area but you’d rather be out on your webs.

It’s short enough that you’ll get a good snowshoeing outing under your belt without much fuss, and, because the trail sneaks through the very edge of the town of Government Camp, you can bail out of the route at several points. In fact, at one point during this hike you’ll be just a few dozen yards away from a hotel and several other “Govie” Camp properties."

Crosstown Trail #755 Reviews

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1/9/2011
The trail is a very pleasant, easy and well marked. A walk through the forest with a small lake and trail bridges crossing small clear icy streams. The trail head is easy to find and has plenty of roadside parking. A great outing for the day.
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Trail Information

Mount Hood National Forest
Nearby City
Mount Hood National Forest
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Easy
Skill Level
Mount Hood National Forest, Zigzag Ranger Station
Local Contacts
USFS Mount Hood Wilderness; Green Trails 462, Mount Hood; Mark Wigg, Mount Hood Ski Trails
Local Maps

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Sep 2018