Distance: 7 Miles
Elevation Gain: 2,800 Feet
I’ve been really anxious to get out and hike now that we live near mountains so we tried out the Dog Mountain trail. It’s located in Washington within the Columbia River Gorge. The total distance up and down is just over 7 miles and has an elevation gain of 2800 feet. It’s a really good workout and well worth the climb.
The top of the mountain is covered in snow right now but we were able to make it to the top without any issues (though it was a tad slippery in spots).
Here’s some photos from the hike:
Overall, it’s a great hike and offers some amazing views. We plan on going back in the spring when the wild flowers are in full bloom.
You can check out more of the photos in the Dog Mountain photo gallery.