Hike 58
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
Coyote Wall Hike
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Length: 8 mi loop
Elevation Change: 1700' total gain
Season: Almost Year Round
Difficulty:    Challenging
Permit:   Pass Not Required
Features:


The Coyote Wall area is becoming very popular among hikers as they discover the incredible floral displays that are seen here each early spring. There are a number of ways to explore the Coyote Wall area and the wonders of the Columbia River Gorge and the floral displays often found only on more difficult terrain.

The map above shows there are several trails along Coyote Wall from which to choose your route. In mid-May the flowers are usually the best. But the photos will give you an enticing view of the Coyote Wall area and hopefully will inspire you to venture forth on your own excursion and find the rich rewards available in this newly developed area.



Floral Displays along the Coyote Wall trail
Floral Displays along the Coyote Wall trail

How to get there:

Drive I-84 east. Take Exit 64 in Hood River for Hwy 35, White Salmon, and Government Camp.

After exiting, turn left and drive north over the Hood River Bridge ($1 toll) for 1.2 miles.

Turn right on Washington Highway 14 E for Bingen and White Salmon and drive 4.7 miles through Bingen, making a left on Courtney Road.

Immediately turn right into the Coyote Wall Trailhead parking area.


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