Summary: From the orange gate off of Hwy 99 W you will start long gradule uphill climb on the 540 road past Cronemiller Lake where you pick up the 500 road. Follow this road up a steeper climp to the summit or junction of the 500, 560 and 580 road. At this point take the 580 or Davies road which goes up and down past the "quary swim hole" and up to the Lewisburg Saddle where there is another orange gate and port-a-john. At this point you pick back up the 500 or Nettleton road and follow it up to the summit junction of the 500 and 5010 road. Stay left and follow the 500 road back down to the 500, 560 and 580 road junction, then left on the 500 road and follow the road back down past the lake and back to your car. Total climbing gain is approx. 1470 ft.
Trailhead: From Corvallis, Oregon take 3rd street/ Hwy 99 West north for about 5 miles until you see the store at Adair Village or your right. Look to your left or on the west side of the road you will see a small parking lot and an orange gate. This is your starting point. (Lat:44.61418 Lon:-123.28559)
Trail Guides for Adair Lewisburg Saddle Loop:
Best Seasons: Year-Round
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Ranger Contact: Oregon State University Department of Forestry
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Craig Cole, who has posted 74 other hikes on this site
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Reviewed by DL on 2/4/2009
A good walk, the children and I had a good work out, unfortunately the pines are so tall that you only catch glimpses of what might have been a great view.
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