|OregonWildflowers Locations Mount June / Sawtooth Rock Meadow|
(Umpqua National Forest)
|Best time to visit||June|
|Trail Info||2.4 miles round-trip 900 ft gain to Mt. June|
3.5 miles round-trip 800 ft gain to Sawtooth Rock Meadow
4.5 miles round-trip 1700 ft gain for both
|PLANT LIST AVAILABLE|
Start at the trailhead and climb gradually 0.7 miles to a signed junction (N 43 47.642 W 122 43.282). To visit Mount June, turn right and climb steeply 0.5 miles to the summit (N 43 47.466 W 122 43.457). In addition to visiting the summit, you should consider visiting the ridges on the south side... these can be accessed by continuing straight when you come to the opening just as the path turns left for the summit.
To visit Sawtooth Rock Meadow, turn left at the abovementioned signed junction, and proceed on the up-and-down trail. After 0.7 mile you will come to an unsigned junction (N 43 47.824 W 122 42.582). Take the right fork up a short but steep hill. Almost immediately after cresting that hill you will reach the meadow which stretches half a mile east to Sawtooth Rock (N 43 47.639 W 122 41.973).
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