Pioneer Gulch #2149

Total Miles
12.4

Elevation

1,823.13 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Summer

Trail Overview

Let me start off by saying if you enjoy beautiful views, hikes, and waterfalls, GO check out this road! One thing I want to point out that is a must-see is the amazing waterfall on this drive. Not only does the cool mist coming off of it feel wonderful, but the sound, and the view alongside it, plus the cute little frogs you find hopping on the rocks, make it the main attraction to see! Now for views this road is packed full, from rolling valleys, thick forests, and flowers lining the road, you will be amazed at the beauty. If that's not enough for you, go check out the hikes like Blue Lake Trail # 3645 or Corrigan Lake Trail #3654. Be mindful of downed trees, some of them are very old and large, and after a big storm, you may mind them on the road. There are a couple of decent camp spots, one of which has an amazing view right near the hiking trails. There is little to no cellphone service in this area. If you need reception, the Dairy Queen near Chevron offers wifi, a stop for breakfast, or a full menu all day. Remember to always pack it in and pack it out, tread lightly, and keep our trails open!

Photos of Pioneer Gulch #2149

Pioneer Gulch #2149
Pioneer Gulch #2149
Pioneer Gulch #2149

Difficulty

Minimum difficulty on this road. The road is typically unmaintained during winter and can be subject to closures. Downed trees after a large storm possible, as well as rocks or debris in the road.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Chad Berkley
Oct 09, 2023
4x4
Open
Muddy/Wet

Access Description

From Oakridge, Turn left onto OR-58 EFollow NF-21 and US Forest Service Road 21 to US Forest Service Road 2149Turn right onto Hills Creek Road/Kitson Springs Road. Turn right onto US Forest Service Road 21. Turn left onto NF-21. Continue onto US Forest Service Road 21Turn left onto US Forest Service Road Pioneer Gulch #2149.

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