What's great about Southern Oregon is that there's a lot of places where you can have some adventure. From lakes, rivers, caves to mountains, there's definitely plenty of activities that you can do. If you love hiking, then you're in the right place because you have Mt. Isabelle here in Applegate Valley.
The mountain is managed by the Medford Office and is located near the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest. It's one of the common places where people usually hike since it's pretty much open all throughout the seasons.
Mt. Isabelle is included in Oregon's Prominence list being 2,294 feet high. In fact, it's ranked #44 and you can learn more about it on the Oregon Prominence.
How To Get To Mt. Isabelle?
Now, how do you get there? First, take the South or North exit from Interstate 5 in Medford and then just keep following the signs going to Jacksonville and Highway 238. Just keep taking the highway and drive towards Grants Pass.
Look for the Forest Creek Road then just keep following that road then turn left on Oregon Belle Road. Keep driving until you see a gravel road on your right. Take that road and just wait until you see the trailhead. You can camp here if you want because there are a couple of spots where you can do that.
If ever you want to experience some adventure, make sure you drop by Applegate Valley so you can try out Mt. Isabelle.