Total Trails Found: 11
|Trail Name||Length||Max Ele||Region|
|Aneroid Lake||6 mi||7500'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Blue Lake||7 mi||7703'||Wallowa Mountains|
|East Eagle Creek Loop||40 mi||8500'||Wallowa Mountains|
|East Fork Lostine River||6.5 mi||7600'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Frances Lake||8 mi||8538'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Glacier Lake||13 mi||8166'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Hobo Lake||7 mi||8260'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Huckleberry Mountain||3 mi||7959'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Hurricane Creek||11 mi||7800'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Ice Lake||7.75 mi||7849'||Wallowa Mountains|
|Legore Lake||4.1 mi||8950'||Wallowa Mountains|
Tucked into the northeast corner of Oregon, lies some of the most rugged and dynamic landscapes in the Northwest. With tall granite peaks, deep forested valleys, and numerous lakes, the Wallowa Mountains offer what is considered by many to be the best hiking in the state of Oregon. Best of all, hundreds of miles of trails crisscross the wilderness, making for a variety of fantastic hiking and backpacking trips.
Several great loop trips offer access to the Wallowa Mountains, many of which travel through the popular Lakes Basin Area. Other trips allow for access to beautiful alpine lakes, such as Ice Lake, Aneroid Lake, and Glacier Lake, beautiful meadows, forested valleys, and summits of sharp peaks, like the Matterhorn and Eagle Cap.