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Hike Dog Mountain with NWPT!
Event Date(s):   07/09/2017 @ 7:30 am meet at Trailhead!

Take advantage of this beautiful hike in the northwest!

By Phone:Call 360.574.7292 to register by phone.
By Web:Register Here

General Event Details:
07/09/2017 @ 7:30 am meet at Trailhead!
Come Enjoy this Hike!

Difficulty: Moderate/ Difficult
Elevation gain: 2,800ft
Distance: 6.9

Experience the wonder of the Columbia River Gorge, as you traverse through fields of wildflowers and breathtaking lookouts. But don't let this charming mountain fool you, she has a difficult climb ahead promising 6.9 miles of ups and downs with a 2,800ft elevation gain, she will have you begging for mercy, but the reward at the top is well worth the effort.

 If you have questions contact Alicia at aliciarose@nwpersonaltraining.com


Trailhead: Dog Mountain 

Driving Directions.

Drive I-84 east to Exit 44 for Cascade Locks and Stevenson.
After exiting, go 0.4 miles, and turn right for the Bridge of the Gods Toll Bridge and Stevenson.
Drive 0.7 miles to pay the $2 toll, cross the Columbia River, and reach the junction with Highway 14.

Turn right here for Stevenson and Kennewick, and drive east on Highway 14 for 12.3 miles, passing through Stevenson and Home Valley, to pull into the large parking area for the Dog Mountain trail on your left.

Remember to pick up State Parking Pass.



*Cost Does not include Discovery parking pass.

Upcoming Hikes:

Angeles Rest 7/30/2017

Guests and non-members welcome!

What to Bring:


What to wear? 

  • Nylon or polyester clothes
  • Quick dry shorts if it's hot and quick dry pants if it's cool
  • A good pair of hiking boots and socks
  • Hat and Sunscreen (Remember your camera!)
  • Pack a windbreaker or rain jacket in the event of rain
  • Pack a change of clothing in the event it gets cold and you want to change out of your wet gear
  • Please do not wear any perfume, heavy deodorant or lotions

What to bring to eat and drink?

  • Trailmix/Dried fruit while hiking
  • For lunch, good items include bagels with cream cheese or peanut butter, fruit, cheese & crackers, jerky, Energy Bars, etc…
  • Water (bring about 2 quarts)
What to bring for safety?
First Aid Kit including:
  • Band-Aids
  • Bug repellant
  • Matches and Flash-light
  • And don't forget some Toilet paper.

How do we get there?

Everybody is responsible for their own transportation.  We will be meeting location will be at the Fishers Landing New Seasons (address: 2100b SE 164th Ave #101, Vancouver, WA 98683) at 8:30am to try to get car pools together!

Remember, you DON’T need a State Parking Pass.

Contact Me About This Event:
Contact Me!Click here if you would like us to contact you regarding general event information or registration, if applicable.

By Phone:Call 360.574.7292 to register by phone.
By Web:Register Here

Other Event Information:
Special Instructions:
There are 70 spots in the newly laid out - 2016 - parking lot. On weekends from the beginning of May to mid-October, Gorge WET (West End Transit) runs a bus between Fisher's Landing Transit Center (Vancouver), Stevenson, and Carson that stops at the Dog Mountain Trailhead four times a day.

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