Mt. Yoran

Mt. Yoran is found in the Diamond Peak Wilderness rising between the Willamette Pass Ski Area and Diamond Peak. It is one of the best recognized features of the area as seen from Highway 58 where scenic waysides offer views of the formation several miles away. Mt. Yoran appears as a distinct eroded rock plug projecting from the northern slopes of Diamond Peak. In winter Yoran stands frozen in snow and ice, but in warmer months the formation is a black volcanic rock. Deep forest surrounds the base of the mountain. Mt. Yoran offers technical rock climbing opportunities after a four mile hike in from the Notch Lake trail off Forest Service Road 23. For more information about the Cascades visit Virtual Cascades at

Elevation (feet): 7,100
Elevation (meters): 2,164
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Cascade Range
State: Oregon
Latitude: 43.563072
Longitude: -122.134624
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Nearest major airport: Eugene, Oregon
Convenient Center: Oakridge, Oregon

Trip Reports

There are currently no Mt. Yoran trip reports! You can be the first to submit one!