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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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Fall Creek Falls, Jobs Garden
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Went with some work buddies on a Tuesday afternoon. We wanted an easy hike with great scenery and that is what we got. There were people there but it wasn't crowded. The falls were in great shape. The train was easy to follow and well maintained. Defiantly a great hike for anyone.

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Tom Mccall Point Hike
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129 Completed 68 Reviews

Beautiful hike late April through May that is not too difficult but still offers a little bit of exercise with over 1000 ft of elevation gain. Wildflowers were everywhere and great views of the Columbia River Gorge, Mt Hood, and Mt Adams. I was a few weeks early for the main display of wildflowers but this hike still had a lot more flowers blooming than Rowena Plateau or Catherine Creek trails and also offered better views. My only wish is that it was a longer hike.

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Lower Table Rock Trail
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9 Completed 2 Reviews

I grew up in Central Point but I've only done this trail a few times. It's a little steep in places, but overall it's not too bad. The views from the top can be really great. I went for a hike while I was in town on an early afternoon in late December and got rained on a little bit, but the views of the Rogue Valley were stunning that day. The sun poked through in some areas while the rain came down in others and it was just a really cool scene. This is also a great hike because it can be done relatively quickly and the scenery on top of the mesa is really cool. It's like its own micro-biome at the top with totally different vegetation patterns and species than you see elsewhere in the area.

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McCulloch Peak
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9 Completed 2 Reviews

I've done this hike a couple of times now and I usually enjoy it. There are a couple different ways to do the first half. You can either take the logging road from the parking lot straight out about a mile and half to a fork in the road where there are signs for the peak, or you can take the Uproute Extendo for added challenge. It gets pretty steep the last couple miles to the peak, but there are a few gaps in the trees on the way up with great views of the valley. At the top the view is ok, but you can't see quite as much due to more trees in the way. With the dog I've done it in right about 3 hours taking my time a bit. An enjoyable hike and pretty good for training.

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Fort to Sea Trail
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy trail about 6 miles long not 8.5 as it says in the overview. Most of it is wooded and it's very scenic. If it's slightly rainy out then you also get some shelter in the woods. Do a shuttle and start at the beach parking lot leaving a car in Ft. Clatsop. Also great for runners but you can expect a long hill. Good anytime of the year.

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Saddle Mountain
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

Great hike with views if it's not cloudy and lots of wildflowers in the spring. 6 miles up and back, somewhat steep towards the top. Moderate difficulty. Hikeable most of the year even with some snow on top.

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Timber Linn Park out and back
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Technical I thought it was hiking but actually it was walking and it's a nice walk through the park and by the memorial for all of our fallen soldiers from the different wars during the last century and the current one but other than that its just a park next to the airport so its nothing fancy in my opinion.

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560 Loop
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

lotta options for your mood.I took rd. 540→rd.500→firemans memorial→ intensive management→calloway creek....all very very pleasant...the little lake & the cabin were nice surprises !...will come back for more exploring on the other trails !!

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Redwood Nature Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail for a family hike.

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Tryon Creek State Park Trail
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5 Completed 3 Reviews

was really nice , lots of different options for skill levels and I could take my dogs! all my kids loved it

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