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Women’s Group Hike October 9th ~ Bells Mountain Cold Creek Camp to Multon Falls
October 9, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PDTFree
This is a FREE event! Bells Mountain trail from Cold Creek Campground to Moulton Falls is approx. 9.5 miles. It is heavily trafficked & rated as moderate in difficulty. We love this hike for many reasons, but the peak with a picture-perfect view is really what makes this hike so rewarding! depending on the pace of the group it will take approx. 3.5-4 hours but be aware we cannot guarantee an exact time of completion. We will have lunch along the way to rest and take in the view! A backpack with plenty of water & snacks is a must, along with proper hiking shoes & comfortable weather appropriate clothing. PLEASE check out the list below for gear requirements.
THIS IS A SHUTTLE HIKE! We will meet at Multon Falls Overflow parking lot so that we can park & pile in to shuttle up to the trail head together. If you are uncomfortable with riding with a new friend, bring an old friend to help you shuttle! The drive from our meet up at Multon Falls to Cold Creek Campground takes about 20 mins. The gravel road up is slightly maintained and may not accommodate smaller vehicles with low ground clearance. Meet up for shuttle is at 8:00am, please be on time and communicate with Michelle regarding any issues or concerns. Let’s hit the trail!
We asked that you leave your furry friends home for this hike, this keeps things simple and as predictable as possible for all participants.
Meet up location: Multon Falls Overflow Parking 27781 NE Lucia Falls Rd Yacolt, WA 98675
Trail Head Start Location: Cold Creek Campground
Trail Head End Location: Multon Falls Overflow Parking
Parking: Free Parking – This lot is marked as “Overflow” and is located off Lucia Falls Rd. If you’re coming from 503 it will be past the first small lot, on the right. From Yacolt it will be on the left just passed Sunset Falls Rd.
Required Equipment: Water & snacks, lunch if you would like. Proper hiking shoes & clothing that are weather appropriate.
Recommended Equipment: Walking stick, sunglasses, camera