Angels Rest Trail

#1 of 287 trails in Mt. Hood National Forest

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Angels Rest Trail is a 4.5 mile out and back trail located near Cascade Locks, Oregon that features a great forest setting and an amazing view payoff. It is *not* only recommended for experienced outdoorsmen. The trail is primarily used for hiking & trail running and is accessible year-round.

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Sue Kent (1005)

30 Completed7 Reviews

Nice hike in misty rain and clouds.

Craig Hyder (85)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great hike, gorgeous view at the top. There really was an angel at rest near the summit. She shared some water with me and several other passerby's, which I greatly appreciated cause I forgot mine.

Quisha Fritz (706)

25 Completed25 Reviews

Benjamin Parisot (321)

6 Completed4 Reviews

Great view at the top, nice walk up.

Joaquin Palting (140)

5 Completed3 Reviews

Great! But would be better with fewer people and less noise from the interstate.

Sue Kent (1005)

30 Completed7 Reviews

Brandie Maryanski (377)

34 Completed7 Reviews

This is a steady climb at the beginning after the obstructed view of the water fall you will follow the creek then a switch back trail with cliff on the side. Crowded at times. Beautiful views, worth it can't wait to do again

Alex Aguilar (266)

13 Completed9 Reviews

Classic beauty the gorge has to offer! Try to get there early, parking can be a bit of a headache but well worth it at the top!

Brandie Maryanski (377)

34 Completed7 Reviews

Great hike! Steady switch backs climbing to amazing scenery. Get there early on a weekend!

Denis Vely (259)

5 Completed4 Reviews

Very pretty, not too far from Portland. Very accessible and scenic trail. Slightly crowded on sunny days. CAUTION: Be careful parking on the side of the road. Parking lot was full when I went there so I had to park along the side of the road and I got an $80 ticket! I guess my tires were slightly past the white line! Which sucks.. But other then that i have enjoyed one of Oregon's most famous trails a lot. Next destination is Devils Rest :)

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