recent road and trail conditions
Lacamas Park: As of early June 2021, the lilies are done blooming. This is still a nice walk, though, even without the flowers.
Cape Horn: As of July 16, 2021, the lower portion of the trail is now open. Thus you can complete the entire loop. The lower portion of the trail will close again February 1, 2022.
Falls Creek Falls: As of April, 2021, Road 3062 is open to the trailhead. Scheduled to be gated again December 2021.
Table Mountain: Since 2017, the popular Bonneville Hot Springs Resort trailhead is no longer available. Must use alternate routes, primarily the nearby crossing of private lands, or by starting across from Bonneville dam and adding several miles via the PCT.
Mt. St. Helens west: As of June 2021, highway 504 is open to Johnston Ridge Observatory. Starting point for Coldwater Peak/Harry's Ridge and Mt. Margaret.
Mt. St. Helens east: As of late-June 2021, Road 99 is open to Windy Ridge. The hikes include Mt. Margaret, Whittier Ridge/Lakes loop, and Plains of Abraham (Windy Ridge trailhead).
Mt. St. Helens south: As of mid-June 2021, Road 83 is open. Thus you can access the Ape Canyon trailhead and hike up to Plains of Abraham.
Mt. Adams west: As of mid-June 2021, Road 23 is open. Hikes include Crystal Lake and Avalanche Valley.
Trapper Creek and Siouxon Creek: As of August 2021, both of these areas are open after previously being closed due to wildfire rehabilitation. Siouxon Creek trailhead has moved about 2 miles downstream from the original, upper, location.
Click here for Forest Service listing of all road and trail conditions in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.