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Reconstruction Projects

The Mount Hood National Forest began reconstruction of their section of the Pacific Crest Trail in 1988. Below are the projects that have been completed since then.
Source: Roger Bell, Project Engineer, Mount Hood National Forest.

Year Section Distance Cost
2008 Pyramid Butte bridge replacement N/A $6,456
2006 Lemiti Meadow to Olallie Lake 8.8 miles $199,000
2005 Pinhead Buttes to Lemiti Meadow 3.7 miles $45,068
2004 Lolo Pass to Bald Mountain 2.8 miles $47,501
2003 Barlow Pass to Wapinitia Pass 4.86 miles $54,019
2003 Timberline Lodge (1500 hours of volunteer time) 0.1 miles $5,000
2002 Ramona Falls bridge N/A $8,900
2002 Lolo Pass to Indian Mountain 11.2 miles $154,505
1999 Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to Indian Mountain 14.7 miles $133,726
1998 Zigzag Canyon blasting 0.1 miles Unknown
1997 Bald Mountain to Ramona Falls via upper Muddy Fork crossing (includes one major bridge) 5.5 miles $52,470
1996 Paradise Park Loop 2.5 miles $26,395
1996 Joe Graham to Pinhead Buttes 13.7 miles $85,348
1993 Timberline to Barlow Pass 5.1 miles $17,772
1993 PCT Signing Project (Columbia River to Park Ridge) 110 miles $40,000
1992 Little Crater to Oak Fork (includes one major bridge) 5.6 miles $27,259
1992 Sandy River flood (includes one major bridge) 0.3 miles $7,685
1991 Oak Fork (includes one major bridge) 0.6 miles $14,745
1990 Zigzag Canyon to Ramona Falls 6.4 miles $61,224
1990 Timberline Lodge to Zigzag Canyon 3.3 miles $22,246
1989 Twin Lakes to Barlow Pass (heavy maintenance) 2.5 miles $7,421
1988 Buck Peak Area Reconstruction 0.6 miles $3,730