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Multnomah Falls Trail

Bridal Veil, OR

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Multnomah Falls is a 2.4 mile out and back trail located near Cascade Locks, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Cleetwood Cove Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

amazing views, easy on the way down but steep coming up. Reviews in books are extreme, if you are in good shape it won't be a problem. Dirt road the whole way down. If you don't mind cold water bring a bathing suit. Great hike

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Hobbit Beach - China Creek Loop Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Very easy trail. From the campground to the beach lots of different scenery.

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Lower Macleay Park to Pittock Mansion
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23 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful hike! This hike is longer than 3.8 miles. From the car our round trip was almost 6 miles. Elevation is accurate though. I love that it is right in the city, but you won't feel like you're in the city at all!

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Dillon Falls to Benham Falls
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Beautiful area for a stroll. Would be a good hike for kids. We saw a bus load of folks who were probably in their 70s enjoying the walk. The falls are beautiful. A tranquil slow moving stretch of the river to the south leading into a dramatic cascades. Lovely. Easy.

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Roxy Ann Peak
by Jennifer Pratt

3 Completed 3 Reviews

Nice views over the area, great climb and fun seeing lizards crossing the tracks. Good route for training, but lots of heavy gravel trucks on road portion

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Cascade Head
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12 Completed 14 Reviews

Went with my wife and her sister around 5pm and returned to our car around 8:30pm. It has some amazing views and the hike gives a great leg workout with the elevation gain. While hiking up, we noticed a herd of elk in the distance near the cliff side which was breath-taking. While heading back down, we encountered the herd once again and it was on the hiking path crossing over and so I snapped a bunch of photos and even got some decent video of it. I think I lost count around 40 elk. Further down we also saw a few deer and a field mouse. All-in-all it was a great hike.

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Ramona Falls Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Stein Butte Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Great nearly 10miler. Beautiful terrain all the way with plenty of variation. Moderately intense up; then up and down along the ridge-line to the butte. Viewpoints with stunning vistas of the Applegate lake and the Red Buttes wilderness. Definitely one of the hikes you want to do in southern OR. Option to jump in the lake after the long hike as the trailhead is down at the lake and next to a park. Only buggy area is at the trailhead and the first mile. After that, you are in the clear.

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Applegate Lake: French Gulch-Payette Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Awesome trail following the lakeshore. Beautiful outlooks and numerous spots to jump in the lake to cool off in the hot summer months. Very peaceful. It is one of my favorites for trail running when you dont want intense hills (though there are plenty of hill options to go off on). My dog loves it too...of course she gets to swim a lot!! Very little foot/bike traffic.

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Grizzly Peak
by Jennifer Pratt

3 Completed 3 Reviews

We loved this hike! Amazing vistas, wild flowers and so many butterflies! We hiked it with our 8 year old son. The new growth in the burn area is amazing to see. Vultures, hawks and songbirds all enjoying the views.

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