Livingston Mountain

Livingston Mountain lies North of Camas. It’s the sister peak of Clark County’s highest free-standing peak, Larch Mountain. The area has been popular with developers. However, Camp Bonneville occupies much of the North and West flanks of the mountain, limiting development in those areas.

The Mountain is only 25 minutes from Portland Airport and is abundant with wildlife, including deer, elk, black bear, coyote, grouse, bald eagles, bobcat and mountain lion. Towering fir trees, lush ferns, wildflowers, and huckleberries cover the landscape.


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    • Livingston Mountain is the sister peak to Larch Mountain in SE Clark County.