Divide Camp Trail is a hiking trail in Skamania County, Washington. It is within Mount Adams Wilderness Area and Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It is 2.7 miles long and begins at 4,715 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,374 feet.
Divide Camp Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"Divide Camp Trail first climbs through dense forest. Then the timber thins as you trek across the subalpine landscape beside Adams Creek on the northwest slope of Mount Adams to a junction with the Pacific Crest Trail."
--Fred Barstad, Hiking Washington's Mount Adams Country (Falcon Guides).
"Divide Camp Trail might conjure up images of a camp perched on a high divide, but don’t let the name fool you.
While there is a forested camp near a trickling spring just off this trail, the features of this hike are the volcanic creekbed cut out by the angry Adams Creek and the wildflower meadows rich in color and fragrance that line the hillsides. The subalpine foreground to the mighty Mount Adams is sure to turn your head and make you want to grab your camera."
--Tami Asars, Day Hiking Mount Adams and Goat Rocks (The Mountaineers Books).
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