Diamond Peak Wilderness

  • Address:
    Hwy 58
    Westfir OR 97492
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This 52,611 acre (21,290 ha) wilderness preserve features many small lakes and dense forest with the glacier-carved Diamond Peak rising 8,744 ft (2.67 km). Fourteen miles (22.53 km) of the Pacific Crest Trail pass through the wilderness right by the peak. Hikers and mountain climbers are drawn here, setting up base camps at Marie Lake, Divide Lake and Rockpile Lake. Wilderness regulations apply including maximum group size of 12 people and/or animals, seasonal permits, campfire and equipment restrictions. The area is managed by the Forest Service. Designated in 1964. DAY-USE FEE AREA/RECREATION PASS REQUIRED.

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  • Parking:
    • Limited Parking
  • Passes Required:
Trails & Routes
  • Difficulty:
    • Easy
    • Moderate
    • Hard
  • Natural Points of Interest:
    • Lake / Reservoir
    • Old Growth Forest
  • Trail Details:
    • Dirt / Bark Path
    • Point to Point Trail
  • Trail Length:
    • Long (over 5 miles)
  • Trail Users:
    • Hikers / Runners
    • Horseback Riders
    • Mountain Bikers