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Best Trails of Oregon

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. Bull of the Woods Loop (Backpacking)
Backpackers who want a taste of what the Old Cascades used to be like will enjoy this loop through the Opal Creek and Bull of the Woods wilderness areas. The massive trees along Opal Creek drew nation...
From the guidebook "Backpacking Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Salem, OR - Hiking - 41 miles


#2. Bagby Hot Springs
Includes: Bull of the Woods and Bull of the Woods to the Welcome Lakes Loop. A day hike through lush woods to the Shangri-La of hot soaks. No need to pack a swimsuit. The 1.5-mile Bagby Trail is a del...
From the guidebook "Hiking Hot Springs in the Pacific Northwest"
Hiking Trails
Estacada, OR - Hot Springs - 3 miles


#3. Timothy Lake Area Campgrounds
This eTrail includes the following campgrounds: Clackamas Lake, Gone Creek, Hoodview, Joe Graham Horse Camp, Little Crater Lake, Oak Fork, and Pine Point....
From the guidebook "Camping Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Government Camp, OR - Campgrounds


#4. Belknap Hot Springs Resort
A well-known commercial resort on the banks of the McKenzie River. Belknap Hot Springs has been a popular destination resort for Oregonians for more than 125 years. Since the 1870s the scalding hot sp...
From the guidebook "Touring Washington and Oregon Hot Springs"
Hiking Trails
Blue River, OR - Hot Springs


#5. Eagle Creek Trail to Wahtum Lake
The second most famous and perhaps most enjoyable hike in the Gorge. Eagle Creek Trail is second only to Multnomah Falls in popularity, being the hike with more waterfalls than any other in the Columb...
From the guidebook "Hiking The Columbia River Gorge"
Hiking Trails
Dodson, OR - Hiking - 13.3 miles


#6. Timberline Trail Loop (Backpacking)
The Timberline Trail circling Mount Hood is probably the most famous footpath in the state. Guidebooks describing the finest hiking trails in the nation often include this spectacular route, so Oregon...
From the guidebook "Backpacking Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Government Camp, OR - Hiking - 41 miles


#7. Eagle Creek to High Bridge
This trail through the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area leads through a deep, scenic canyon carved by the bubbling Eagle Creek and shaded by a canopy of oak, bigleaf maple, and cedar. Along t...
From the guidebook "Hiking Oregon (Dunegan)"
Hiking Trails
Portland, OR - Hiking - 7 miles


#8. Timberline Trail
This heavy-duty hiker trail constructed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps applauds the rugged beauty of Mount Hood. Along it, hikers dip deep into chiseled drainages, ford glacial stream...
From the guidebook "100 Hikes in Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Government Camp, OR - Hiking - 40.7 miles


#9. Oregon Coast - Seaside to Manzanita (Backpacking)
This popular stretch of the Oregon Coast Trail packs a lot of scenic variety in a small area. From beaches and tidepools to dense forests and high viewpoints this trip has it all. Add a dose of histor...
From the guidebook "Backpacking Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Seaside, OR - Hiking - 31 miles


#10. Three Sisters Loop (Backpacking)
One of Oregon’s greatest long backpacking trips, this route completely circles the Three Sisters, providing ever-changing views of these beautiful siblings. It also visits lesser-known family members ...
From the guidebook "Backpacking Oregon"
Hiking Trails
Sisters, OR - Hiking - 55 miles


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