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Rooster Rock Trail

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670 Hawthorne St Suite 240
Salem, OR 97301

Spring through Fall
Rock Type:
Andesite and Basalt


The Rooster Rock Trail (#3399) is a moderate to difficult 2.1 mile trail. The trail climbs slowly for 0.9 miles, then rises steeply to Rooster Rock. Rooster Rock, an enormous pillar of andesite and basalt, is popular with rock climbers. If you are an adventurous climber, the wooden remains of a Forest Service lookout, abandoned in 1963, can be found by scrambling to the top.


Rock Type:
Andesite and Basalt
1,300 feet
Gain: 2,267 Feet
Spring through Fall
Additional Details:
Water Availability: There no water on this trail except for a small stream at the begnning of the ROoster Rock trail.

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Basic Directions
Directions from Sweet Home: Travel east on Hwy. 20 for 20 miles and park in the area next to the State Highway cinder stockpile.The trailhead is located fifty yards back down the highway, across from Fernview Campground. USGS Map: Cascadia

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