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Dome Rock to Tumble Lake

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Dome Rock to Tumble Lake

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Beginning right on Highway 22 above Detroit Lake, the Tumble Ridge Trail takes you past a power substation and through secondary forest to gradually wind up the ridge getting ever more frequent views south to the central Cascades. This is in the Detroit Ranger District of the Willamette National Forest, but you’ll also pass through a couple of pockets of the Santiam State Forest. From the summit of Dome Rock, there are expansive views north and south – especially interesting are the rugged formations and summits in the immediate vicinity: Needle Rock, Sardine Mountain, Elephant Rock, Tumble Rock, Water Tower Mountain. Then you’ll drop in elevation to Tumble Lake, nestled below the last three peaks in groves of old growth Alaska yellow-cedar. For a bonus, you can try the use trail to the 100-foot waterfall at the east end of the lake. (If you are looking for the shorter version of this hike start at the Tumble Lake Trailhead on Road 2223)

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