Views of Mt. Hood across lush meadows. Wildflowers and huckleberries in season. Trail use is low to moderate and is open June through September depending on weather. It's a popular mountain biking loop that connects with Hidden Meadows and Boulder Lake trail systems. The trail connects with the Bonnie Meadows campground.
From Hood River, OR take Oregon Hwy 35 south 32.5 miles, 0.25 mile after milepost 64, to Bennett Pass (Forest Road 3550). Follow Bennett Pass Road for 3 miles and take the right fork onto Bonney Meadows Road (Forest Road 4891). Go 1.2 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 4891-120. Follow Forest Road 4891-120 for 0.15 miles and park at the northwest end of Bonney Meadows Campground.
From Portland, OR follow US Hwy 26 for 31 miles east of Sandy, 0.75 mile after milepost 63, to Oregon Hwy 35. Turn north onto Oregon Hwy 35 and follow it for 6 miles to Bennett Pass (Forest Road 3550). Follow Bennett Pass Road for 3 miles and take the right fork onto Bonney Meadows Road (Forest Road 4891). Follow Bonney Meadows Road 1.2 miles to Forest Road 4891-120. Turn left onto Forest Road 4891-120, go 0.15 miles and park at the northwest end of Bonney Meadows Campground.
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More Stats for Hidden Meadows Trail #472 mountain bike trail
Altitude change-820 ft
Altitude min4,450 ft
Altitude start5,270 ft
Altitude end4,450 ft
Distance climb1,618 ft
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat2,004 ft
Avg reverse time00:49:19
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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