Bells Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Clark County, Washington. It is within Moulton Falls Regional Park. It is 7.3 miles long and begins at 511 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 14.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 4,176 feet. Near the end of the trail is a bare rock.
Bells Mountain Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"The 7.5-mile Bells Mountain Trail can be accessed from Lucia Falls to the north or from Rock Creek Park to the south, where it connects to the 24.7 mile Tarbell Trail. Follow singletrack trails through fir and alder forest, over short bridges, and through open meadows with views of Mount Saint Helens and Mount Adams on a clear day. The trail is marked every half- mile and is very well maintained.
This glorious singletrack trail features winding and sweeping switchbacks marked at every half- mile interval. Cross several footbridges, and enjoy the lush forest of fir and alder before reaching an open area providing glimpses of Mount Saint Helens and Mount Adams on a clear day. The elevation gain—boasting more than a 20-percent grade in spots—is well worth the effort, as you will experience amazing panoramic vistas from the higher segments of this trail."
--Adam Chase and Nancy Hobbs , Best Trail Runs: Portland, Oregon (Falcon Guides).
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