Tom McCall Spring Wildflower Hike, OR

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Easy/Moderate: 3.5 miles | 1,100-ft elev. gain

Leader Jane Corboy will guide us on the trail through spectacular fields of eastern Gorge wildflower blooms, through oak woodlands, and culminating in a double mountain viewpoint perfect for a lunch break. This shared property between The Nature Conservancy, Oregon State Parks, and the U.S. Forest Service, offers remarkable views of the town of Lyle and the Klickitat River across the Columbia and the famed Rowena Loops of the Historic Columbia River Highway. This is a members-only outing.

Trail Hazards: there are some steep sections, and lots of poison oak lining the trail. It is often very windy. Wear sturdy hike boots/shoes, and bring your daypack with a lunch, snacks, water, and layers for protection against the elements. View the recommended 10+ Essentials List to help you pack.

Before this outing, make sure you understand our Hike Program Information & Guidelines.