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Reviewed July 8, 2019 via mobile

Early July 2019 section of loop trail is closed because boardwalk in disrepair. There should be signs posted by entrances to loop, but we didn’t see any. Who wants to walk 1/2 way and turn around and go back? My guess is few. Was nice easy and flat, but otherwise disappointing IMO from the recommendations.

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank PattyB789
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Reviewed June 21, 2019

The shady, tree-lined hike around the lake is flat and relatively easy. Many locals were there swimming, canoeing or camping when we visited. There was one section of the boardwalk that was under repair so you couldn't go all the way around. There was a $5 day use fee since it's part of the Mt. Hood National Forest, but the pay station was located in the parking lot.

Date of experience: June 2019
2  Thank Rebecca L
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Reviewed May 23, 2019

Very picturesque lake with the backdrop of Mount Hood. We got here on a rainy day in May, but were lucky enough to get a view of Mount Hood before it got covered by clouds. Thanks to the rain, we hardly encountered people and the lake looked beautiful with a couple of people boating.

The road to the lake and the campsite are open as of 5/17, and we saw a bunch of campers around the lake. A few friends had to hike for 2 miles to get to the lake a couple of weeks back.

Would recommend a trip down to Trillium lake when visiting Multnomah falls - It's a 4-hour loop but worth the drive.

Date of experience: May 2019
1  Thank DhwaniParekh
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Reviewed April 30, 2019 via mobile

We were here on 23/4/19. The road in was still shut so we walked n snow for what we think was 2 miles to get to the lake. It was doable but fairly heavy going. Beautiful lake with a jetty. Unfortunately it was thick cloud on Mount Hood so we couldn't see it. The next day was much better weather but as we were on a road trip we couldn't change days. If you can pick your days go when the road will be open, the sky clear for the views and no wind for the perfect reflection. (Not much to ask, is it?))

Date of experience: April 2019
4  Thank Stephen G
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Reviewed March 23, 2019 via mobile

Trillium Lake is only a few minute drive from Government Camp. The view of the mountain reflecting on the lake is breathtaking. There is a nice flat 3 miles hike around the lake that is shade most of the time. You can rent kayaks in Government Camp for delivery to the lake. Plenty of fishing. A “must see” if visiting Mt Hood.

Date of experience: July 2018
4  Thank StaceyBZ2016
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