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Larch Mountain

Larch Mountain Road, Corbett, OR
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Incredible 360 Degree View of 5 Mountains with Little Effort

Absolutely amazing 360 degree view of 5 mountains with little effort. A short detour if you are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Rick G
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Saratoga Springs, New York
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Not too difficult to get to, drive to the car park at the top of the mountain then a short trail up... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Frequenttravels3333
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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“cascade range” (5 reviews)
“short hike” (5 reviews)
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Larch Mountain Road, Corbett, OR
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Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely amazing 360 degree view of 5 mountains with little effort. A short detour if you are visiting the Columbia Gorge followed by a short moderately uphill walk and you feel like you are in heaven. Easily the the highlight of our trip to the...More

Thank Rick G
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Not too difficult to get to, drive to the car park at the top of the mountain then a short trail up to the top!

Thank Frequenttravels3333
Reviewed 13 August 2017

From Larch Mountain's Sherrard Point viewing area, you can (on a clear day) see 5 extinct Cascade Range volcanoes. You can clearly see Mt. Hood (22 miles away), Mt. St. Helens (46 miles), plus Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainer and Mt. Jefferson. I don't know where...More

Thank paradise04
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

Yes it is a bit of a drive to get there but you are rewarded with a nice little hike and great view. You can see three of the most famous volcanoes of the cascade range from this view point: Hood, St. Helens and Rainer....More

Thank Jason T
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

It was a bit overcast the day we went so we could only see Mt Hood. But it would be nice to see all seven of the mountains for that spot. It was good to see the comparison of sizes in one spot.

Thank shorkw4
Reviewed 30 July 2017

The hike is short - really more of a walk. And the view at the top is breathtaking. However, there are no signs or maps so just be sure to to take the Sherrod Point trail and follow it straight - even though it looks...More

Thank Bronblue
Reviewed 22 July 2017

The drive is not signposted but on a good road all the way - so you need a map or your GPS. From the parking lot there is a 20 minute easy walk to the Sherrard outlook point. Well worth the detour to se the...More

1  Thank Nielsjespersen
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Love hiking up and seeing the 5 mountains. We live in the area so are fortunate enough to be able to visit frequently

Thank lheilman
Reviewed 27 June 2017

one of the things to love about Oregon is that no matter how long you've lived here there's going to be something new to discover, and often it's not that very far away from wherever you are in the state. i just visited sherrard point...More

Thank Steven J
Reviewed 9 June 2017

This point is 14 miles from the Vista House and then about a half mile hike, and last part is all steps around 120 of them. but is is well worth the hike. from the point you can see 5 peaks. Mt St helens, Mt...More

Thank EZinn
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