You are here: Home Where We Work Desert Map Alder Springs

Alder Springs

Tucked into a pristine draw above Whychus Creek, Alder Springs gushes out of the desert floor, creating a thriving habitat for mule deer, cougar, native trout, and many species of songbirds.

Red MarkerAlder Springs
Tucked into a pristine draw above Whychus Creek, Alder Springs gushes out of the desert floor, creating a thriving habitat for mule deer, cougar, native trout, and many species of songbirds.

Alder Springs can be reached by foot on a steep 1.5 mile trail.  Once you reach the springs, you have the option to ford Whychus Creek and continue hiking along the creek for another two miles to its confluence with the mighty Deschutes River.

For more information about visiting Alder Springs, check out our Whychus-Deschutes Area Guide.

44.4408888525 -121.346912384

Alder Springs can be reached by foot on a steep 1.5 mile trail.  Once you reach the springs, you have the option to ford Whychus Creek and continue hiking along the creek for another two miles to its confluence with the mighty Deschutes River.

For more information about visiting Alder Springs, check out our Whychus-Deschutes Area Guide.

 
Document Actions
  • Print this