Grizzly Peak Trail

Hobart Bluff toward Grizzly Peak
Phone:
Address:

Medford District Office 3040 Biddle Road Medford, OR 97504

Latitude/Longitude:
42.272117, -122.606266
Directions:

From Interstate 5, take Exit 14; turn east on Highway 66. After 0.25 mile, turn left on Dead Indian Memorial Road. Continue 6.7 miles; turn left on Shale City Road (road #38-2E-27). After 3 miles, turn left on road #38-2E-9.2; follow 2 miles to trailhead.

Fee Description:

No fees.

DAY USE AREA
HIKING

Grizzly Peak Trail

A short hike that is long on rewards awaits you on the Grizzly Peak Trail, located within the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. This family-friendly trail, located 12 miles east of Ashland, winds through a mixed forest of fir and pine, passes through the remnants of a wildfire, and provides outstanding views of the Rogue Valley and the city of Ashland. Be sure to continue on the loop trail past the top of 5,922-foot Grizzly Peak for the best views on the hike. Clear days offer outstanding views of the Cascade Mountains, including Mt. McLoughlin, Mt. Shasta, and Diamond Peak. In early summer, wildflowers put on a spectacular show along the trail.

Know Before You Go:

  • Open year-round; snow may make the trailhead inaccessible by vehicle.
  • Day-use only.
  • Restrooms are available at the trailhead.
  • No drinking water; carry your own water.
  • Trailhead parking for up to 10 vehicles.
  • The trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Please watch for other trail users.

Point of Interest:

The Grizzly Peak trailhead is 3 miles one way with a total climb of 700 feet in elevation.