Hamilton Peak #109 Details
This trail is open to motorcycles, hikers, horses and bicycles.
Hamilton Peak Trail #109 is a motorized trail that climbs to Hamilton Buttes. The view from Hamilton Butte is amazing with views of the Goat Rocks, Rainier, Adams, St. Helens, and Hood.
This trail is best used as a climbing trail accessing Hamilton Buttes #118 for the descent.
The Hamilton Butte Lookout was built in 1929. The lookout was abandoned in the 1960s. Look for sections of phone line left along this trail. This historic phone line linked the lookout with the world below.
From Randle, Washington travel south on State Highway 131 (Forest Roads 23 and 25). Veer left in 1 mile at the Y of Forest Road 23 and Forest Road 25 for Follow Forest Road 23 for 17.5 miles then turn left onto Forest Road 21. Follow Forest Road 21 for 3.5 miles and turn left on Forest Road 7807. Follow Forest Road 7807 for 5.1 miles then turn right on Forest Road 7807. Follow Forest Road 7807 for 1.8 miles and turn right on Forest Road 7807029. Follow Forest Road 7807029 for .5 miles and arrive at the trail.
This trail is maintained by the US Forest Service. Check with the USFS/Gifford Pinchot National Forest for the latest trail status.
Local Trail Association
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More Stats for Hamilton Peak #109 mountain bike trail
Altitude change411 ft
Altitude min5,280 ft
Altitude max5,736 ft
Altitude start5,305 ft
Altitude end5,716 ft
Distance climb4,153 ft
Distance down1,116 ft
Distance flat246 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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