This nordic trail starts at the Summit Sno-Park off Highway 140. It is a non-motorized trail open for cross country, skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, skijoring when there is snow (usually December through April). It is closed to all forms of mechanized snow travel. This trail is for winter use only when snow covered.
This trail is for winter use only when snow covered.
Need to Know
An Oregon sno-park permit is required to park at the Summit Sno-park. Parking along Highway 140 is both illegal and dangerous. Annual permits cost $25, a 3–day permit costs $9, and a 1-day permit costs $4. Permits are sold at all Motor Vehicle offices, online atoregondmv.com/dmv2u, and by permit sales agents at various resorts, sporting goods stores, and other retail outlets.
There is a vault toilet at the Summit Sno-Park.
This is one of the Jackson Klamath Winter Trails (Fourmile Lake Area) that wind their way through the Fremont-Winema National Forest starting from the Summit Sno-Park off Highway 140 in Southern Oregon.
The Pitt View leaves the McLoughlin Nordic Trail
1.2 miles from the McLoughlin's lower junction with the Lower Canal Nordic Trail. It then turns southwest, crosses the Petunia Nordic Trail
and ends at a little over a mile at the Lower Canal Nordic Trail. This trail is useful for making a short loop starting from Summit Sno-Park. It is also the only trail that gives you a chance to see Mount McLoughlin (which used to be named Mount Pitt).
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