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Trip Report

Three Corner Rock

Southwest Washington

Trip Report By

WTA Member

 

 

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Hiked Jul 7, 2018

Type of Hike

Day hike

Trail Conditions

Minor obstacles posing few problems

Road

Road suitable for all vehicles

Bugs

No bugs

Snow

Snow free

The roads leading to the trailhead, primarily gravel/dirt, are in good condition and should be fine for any car.  They are a little busy though, so when you're driving up keep an eye out for traffic coming quickly downhill.  Many of the intersections are marked, which is nice.

The PCT is in good shape with occasional flowers along the way, particularly Indian paintbrush and Tiger Lily.  The Three Corner Rock trail is overgrown, but not too bad.  There's now a sign where the trail meets the old road bed, making it easier to spot coming back.  There are also huckleberries along the trail, but they're not quite in season yet.

Great views!  Mt Hood, Mt Adams, Mt Jefferson, and the smaller mountains to the west were all clearly visible, though Mt St Helens and Mt Rainier were obscured by clouds.

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