How long is the hike around Trillium Lake?
Winter: Trillium Lake Loop Trail is a 3.6 mile loop from the Trillium Access Hill. It’s a 4.4 mile round trip from Trillium Sno-Park. The trail is popular and is mostly gentle terrain with a picturesque lake, meadow, and a view of Mt. Hood.
Can you snowshoe at Trillium Lake?
Trillium Lake is a great winter destination for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, offering dramatic views of Mount Hood to the north. Additionally, there is a good sledding area at the southeastern edge of the parking lot.
Do you need a reservation for Trillium Lake?
Several tent-only sites available. This site can be reserved by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777) or on-line.
Can You Snowshoe at Trillium Lake?
If you can hike, you can snowshoe. To get comfortable in our new snowshoes, we looked for some easy snowshoe hikes and found that Trillium Lake was a popular one for beginners. The parking lot is right off of the road just past Government Camp on Highway 26. Once you arrive, park your car in the large lot and head to the trailhead.
What is Trillium Lake Loop Trail?
Trillium Lake Loop Trail is a 1.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Government Camp, Oregon that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October.
How much does it cost to visit Trillium Lake?
Trillium Lake is a concession operated Forest Service day use site that charges a $5.00 Fee from May 15 through Oct. 1. Northwest Forest Passes are accepted. Golden Age, Access or other Day-use Passes are not accepted here.
Why is the Trillium Lake boardwalk closed?
The trail begins and ends at the Trillium Lake dam. A portion of the boardwalk is closed due to the need to replace a section of rotting wood. Visitors may walk to either end of the closed section but it is not possible to walk all the way around the lake at this time.