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 Elk Mountain - Kings Mountain Loop, OR 
Elk Creek flows all year long near the trailhead.
Elk Creek flows all year long near the trailhead.
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Indian Paintbrush and other shrubs bloom in springtime along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Indian Paintbrush and other shrubs bloom in springtime along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 614 times.

Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 654 times.

Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 596 times.

Elk Mountain can be seen in the distance from the trail. Elk Mountain is the tallest peak in the distance in this picture.
Elk Mountain can be seen in the distance from the trail. Elk Mountain is the tallest peak in the distance in this picture.
Viewed: 660 times.

Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Indian Paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 612 times.

An old stump in the trail provides an interesting texture along the Elk Mountain Trail.
An old stump in the trail provides an interesting texture along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 664 times.

Looking towards the coast from the Elk Mountain Trail.
Looking towards the coast from the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 655 times.

Dark evergreen trees trees and lighter colored deciduous trees make a pattern of fingers up the ravines of a neighboring mountainside.
Dark evergreen trees trees and lighter colored deciduous trees make a pattern of fingers up the ravines of a neighboring mountainside.
Viewed: 663 times.

Flowering Currant blooms along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Flowering Currant blooms along the Elk Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 637 times.

Small-Flowered Blue-Eyed Mary (Latin Name: Collinsia parviflora) makes a beautiful patch of color along the Elk Mountain to Kings Mountain Trail.
Small-Flowered Blue-Eyed Mary (Latin Name: Collinsia parviflora) makes a beautiful patch of color along the Elk Mountain to Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 625 times.

A view of the Tillamook State Forest from the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
A view of the Tillamook State Forest from the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 591 times.

Trail junction on Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail. The trail to the left continues to Kings Mountain, the trail to the right leads to Elk Creek Campground.
Trail junction on Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail. The trail to the left continues to Kings Mountain, the trail to the right leads to Elk Creek Campground.
Viewed: 630 times.

A view of the Tillamook State Forest from the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
A view of the Tillamook State Forest from the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 1236 times.

Trillium blooming along the Elk Mountain Trail in June.
Trillium blooming along the Elk Mountain Trail in June.
Viewed: 601 times.

Columbia Kittentails (Latin Name: Synthyris stellata) growing along the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail. This is a fairly short plant, about 4 to 6 inches tall and usually blooms early in the spring.
Columbia Kittentails (Latin Name: Synthyris stellata) growing along the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail. This is a fairly short plant, about 4 to 6 inches tall and usually blooms early in the spring.
Viewed: 1046 times.

Glacier Lilies blooming along the Elk Mountain Trail in June.
Glacier Lilies blooming along the Elk Mountain Trail in June.
Viewed: 592 times.

Wood Sorrel carpets the ground near the Kings Mountain Trailhead.
Wood Sorrel carpets the ground near the Kings Mountain Trailhead.
Viewed: 606 times.

A small stream flows across the Wilson River Trail.
A small stream flows across the Wilson River Trail.
Viewed: 548 times.

Fairy Lanterns (Latin Name: Disporum Smithii) bloom along the Wilson River Trail between Kings Mountain and Elk Mountain.
Fairy Lanterns (Latin Name: Disporum Smithii) bloom along the Wilson River Trail between Kings Mountain and Elk Mountain.
Viewed: 679 times.

Anemones (Latin name: Anemone Deltatoidea) bloom in  the forest along the tail on the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Anemones (Latin name: Anemone Deltatoidea) bloom in the forest along the tail on the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 671 times.

Bob crosses a nice log bridge on the return trail between Kings Mountain Trailhead and Elk Creek.
Bob crosses a nice log bridge on the return trail between Kings Mountain Trailhead and Elk Creek.
Viewed: 658 times.

I think this is Elk Mountain, viewed from the trail.
I think this is Elk Mountain, viewed from the trail.
Viewed: 615 times.

A view of one of the nice sections of the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
A view of one of the nice sections of the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 589 times.

Maidenhair ferns make a beard of green along the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Maidenhair ferns make a beard of green along the Elk Mountain-Kings Mountain Trail.
Viewed: 616 times.

Old stumps along the trail show how loggers cut notches for springboards into the side of the tree, giving the logger a place to stand while cutting down the tree.
Old stumps along the trail show how loggers cut notches for springboards into the side of the tree, giving the logger a place to stand while cutting down the tree.
Viewed: 622 times.

Trail sign just uphill from the Kings Mountain Trailhead.
Trail sign just uphill from the Kings Mountain Trailhead.
Viewed: 654 times.

Bob finishes the hike, returning to the Elk Mountain Trailhead.
Bob finishes the hike, returning to the Elk Mountain Trailhead.
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