Monument Visitor Map
The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is open daily, year-round. As this Monument was set aside to protect biodiversity, when visiting keep a light impact and practice leave no trace principals. Take only photographs, leave only footprints.
Day hikes are on designated trails with wide-ranging terrains suited to hikers of varied experience and ability. Trails are usually snow free from May through October.
The Pacific Crest National Trail winds over 30 miles through the Monument. Vehicle routes intersect with the PCT at Hobart Bluff, Pilot Rock, Greensprings and at about milepost 15 on Highway 66. Learn more about the PCT trail.
Many of the recreation activities in the Monument are seasonal, here are some resources:
- Camping at Hyatt Lake Campgrounds. Make a reservation.
- Hunting info provided by BLM (pdf).
- Fishing info provided by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
- Buck Prairie & Hyatt Lake Nordic Skiing Map (pdf).
- Soda Mountain trip planning, images and more.
- Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area recreation opportunities.
Stop and say Hello!
During summer weekends we have three Monument Rangers at our Contact Station on Highway 66 next to the Green Springs Inn & Cabins. Rangers lead hikes and do evening campfire programs at Hyatt Lake. Stop in at the Contact Station to see visual exhibits; get maps and brochures about recreational information. Sign the visitor book and collect your stamp to remember your visit!
Additionally, BLM staff can answer questions about the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument:
BLM Medford District Office
3040 Biddle Road
Medford, OR 97504
Open Monday - Friday, except for holidays
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us! Have a great visit!