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 us for the annual Wild Woman Trail Marathon, 50K and Relay.! It is a trail run created by and for women. We invite you and your girlfriends to join us for an endorphin filled weekend. Come for the ultra, the marathon, or the relay! Stay for the weekend if you’d like at our Mt. Adams base camp. Bring your tent (or RV) and your friends.
We live (and run) up, down, and even around the base of Mt. Adams (a 12,276-foot volcano). For the past few years, marathons (road and trail) have provided us with an opportunity to reconnect with girlfriends from Austin to Boston, Seattle to Eugene. We’ve traded life stories over plates of pre-run pasta and post-run pinot gris.
- Individuals or relay teams of up to four.
- Feast on a fabulous lunch of local foods.
- Post-run yoga and water trough plunge
- Easy camping, Mt. Adams view, big starry night sky.