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E. Fork Lostine - No. 1662

Contact Info
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
88401 Hwy. 82
Enterprise, OR 97828

Phone:
541-426-4978
Basics
Length:
7.3 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
6 - 7 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
5584 feet
Elevation Range:
5584 feet to 7595 feet
Elevation Change:
2011 feet
Usage:
Heavy use in summer and fall (horses and hikers)
Season:
Summer to Fall

Description

After several switchbacks, this trail opens into a beautiful valley, with views of Eagle Cap Peak. The valley floor is full of lush vegetation and a wide array of wildflowers with mountain ridges on both sides. Lost Lake, a small lake shaped like an egg, was formed from glacial activity. Be sure to take your camera as there are many opportunities for taking pictures along the way. This trail provides wildlife viewing opportunities and fishing in the lakes and streams. The trailhead has an 8 unit campground with outhouse facilities, stock water, hitch rails, unloading ramp, and picnic tables. There are many opportunities for camping along the trail.

NW Forest Passes are required at Two Pan Trailhead.

This trail is one of the more heavily used trails leading into the Lakes Basin Management Area. The trail is well maintained and is signed at the trailhead and at all main junctions. Camping is available at Mirror Lake, be sure to check the Eagle Cap Wilderness Regulations. You can also travel over the Ivan Carper Pass to Minam Lake and return on the West Fork of Lostine River Trail (#1670) to the Two Pan trailhead.

Details

Length:
7.3 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
6 - 7 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
5584
Elevation Range:
5584 feet to 7595
Elevation Change:
2011
Usage:
Heavy use in summer and fall (horses and hikers)
Season:
Summer to Fall

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Take State Highway No. 82 to Lostine and go south on the Lostine River Road No. 8210. The trailhead is located 17 miles south of the junction with State Highway No. 82. The first 6 miles is a paved road and the last 11 miles is graveled.


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