Raven Cliff

Total Miles
5.2

Elevation

778.05 ft

Duration

1.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

First entering Raven Cliff, there is a day-use area with parking and bathrooms. After continuing on the gravel road, you are greeted by the many hiking trails and walk-in campsites along Dukes Creek that eventually give way to steep cliffs heading up the trail. Near the top, there are a few secluded drive-in spots for those rooftop tent campers. The road is fairly well maintained and 4x4 is not needed, however, an SUV or truck would be the minimum, as there is a creek crossing up to 18 inches after some rain.

Photos of Raven Cliff

Raven Cliff
Raven Cliff
Raven Cliff

Difficulty

The majority of this trail is well maintained and accessible by any vehicle, however, some clearance is need to pass a water crossing and some shallow mud puddles.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

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Access Description

The drive to Raven Cliff is full of scenic views via the Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway.

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