A long but gentle hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. Oregonhiker.org says "This is a Pacific Crest Trail section hike that takes you from surprisingly wide Trout Creek up to Sedum Ridge. From there, you can head right along an abandoned forest road to the top of Mowich Butte with its expansive views. After 1.3 miles on the trail, you’ll also stop at the dizzying Trout Creek Viewpoint, from which you can look straight down on the rushing creek as well as to the forested peaks around. There are also a few big trees along the way, but almost the entire area was scorched by the massive 1902 Yacolt Burn, and the recovering forest is dotted with the rotting snags of fire-killed trees."
This will be an open ended hike with the possibility of some additional steep terrain skills practice. Or it might just be a nice long hike in the woods.
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