Trout Lake is active outdoor and indoor all year round, with hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, climbing, rafting, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, wildflower walks, eating and drinking, and of course just actively lazing around.
Gifford Pinchot National Forest is one of the oldest National Forests in the United States and covers most of Mt. Adams and Mt. St. Helens. The east side of Mt. Adams is part of the 1.4 million acre home of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.
The Pacific Crest Trail passes right through the area, and Trout Lake is a favorite place to rest, recoup, restock, and restart. Trout Lakers take pride in welcoming and helping through-hikers and day-trippers alike.
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Join your Trout Lake neighbors and friends the 1st Saturday in October for our Oktoberfest fall event, organized by Trout Lake Community Foundation, done in our own style, and located outside the new Trout Lake Art Center.
Oktoberfest, our newest community event, started in 2013, is where we celebrate fall with apple cider, local microbrews, and other goodies provided by Trout Lake Community Foundation Board members and others. We won’t promise beer halls and lederhosen, but we certainly will promise a great Trout Lake community good time, so be sure join us in “downtown” Trout Lake!
More information will be available later. Stay tuned to our Trout Lake Community Foundation website!
Contact Ardis Defreece, 360-907-1660