The Roaring River Roadless Area is the largest unprotected roadless area in the Mt. Hood National Forest. As yet it doesn't have legislative protections but the good news is the 30,000 acre forest is being proposed for wilderness protections under the current Mt. Hood wilderness proposal The Roaring River Roadless Area is one of the most unique areas in Mt. Hood National Forest.... 30,000 acres of forest that hasn't been logged... spanning two ecosystems on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range.
Come along on this months BARK Walk- About hike as Alex Brown explains this unique forest area and how we can help protect it.