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Marion Mountain via Pine Ridge Trail

9.1 Miles
Moderate
2
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Trail added on:
September 15, 2017
Updated on:
January 22, 2021

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The Marion Mountain via Pine Ridge Trail at Willamette National Forest near Sisters, Oregon is a moderate 9.1 out-and-back trail that features stunning mountain vistas and summits Marion Mountain.

This trail follows a well-graded path to the rocky summit of Marion Mountain, featuring some of the best views in this part of the Mount Jefferson Wilderness. To the north, Mount Jefferson dominates the view, with views of Mount Hood and Battle Ax mountain as well.

To the south, look up to the craggy and convoluted summit of Three Fingered Jack.
Use the Pine Ridge Trail and the Marion Mountain Trail to reach the top. There is at least one creek along the way.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

Summer, Fall

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44.553965, -121.933951

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880 '

Total Change
1228 '

Ascent
1227 '

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9.1 miles
Trail added
September 15, 2017
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January 22, 2021

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