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Spirit and Moon Falls Trail

Oakridge, OR

Spirit and Moon Falls Trail is a 1.2 mile out and back trail located near Oakridge, Oregon that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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Oakridge, OR

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Salt Creek Falls - Diamond Creek Falls Trail
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

This is the ultimate Pacific NW hike. A wonderful sensory experience--beautiful green, sound of river and falls and smells of evergreens. The trail is well marked. There is a very rocky road in the middle, and some recent work so be aware that the trail doesn't turn onto the rocky road.

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Salt Creek Falls - Diamond Creek Falls Trail
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119 Completed 68 Reviews

easy hike with some great views. I went on a Monday in the fall, so very few people.

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Diamond Peak Trail
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8 Completed 5 Reviews

Confusing at first since there wasn't a trail to took you to the mountain. Once we figured out that we found our own trail life was good. Very pretty hike. Storm came up before we got to the top and time ran ouy. Will definitely due again

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Diamond Peak Trail
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8 Completed 5 Reviews

No trail to the mountain.You forge your own. We started at corrigan lake trailhead and followed pioneer gulch trail and cut up toward the mountain. We scrambled over large boulders to the western ridge. Great hike.

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Spirit and Moon Falls Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This short trail is one of our favorites. Spirit Falls is a short walk/hike and kid friendly! We take our 8, 4, and 1 year old boys. Plus when you get to the bottom you can play in the little pools! We saw frogs, fish, and crawdads.

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Chucksney Mountain Trail
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

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Twin Peaks Trail
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57 Completed 5 Reviews

did this hike two days ago and did the 6 mile version to one peak which is not listed. we met some snow drifts pretty soon but after crossing the PCT we were entirely on snow. Wasn't as bad as we expected to climb, trees are clearly marked for snow sports. the top was very steep with loose lava. views to the south of maiden peak, diamond peak and mt. thielsen. Due to snow bank at the top we didn't attempt bushwacking around the peak. Bring bug repellant until august as Waldo lake mosquitos are abundant!

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Spirit and Moon Falls Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Moon Falls: Great hike!! I wouldn't give it 5 stars as a hike with kids. Most of it is great, but there is a small portion with a steep drop on one side, a bit rocky of a path as well. Perhaps great for older kids, mine are young and it was a little scary for them. The distance was good for the kids and my in laws. Parking could be tricky.

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Spirit and Moon Falls Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike to do with kids, well kept trail and a beautiful destination. We only visited Spirit Falls this time, but it was beautiful. I'm looking forward to going back.

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Fuji Mountain Trail
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57 Completed 5 Reviews

Get a good forest road map...I missed the hike by prob 1/2 a mile the first time there. When I went back I was happy I did. Hike was relatively easy and short and uncrowded. Was a clear day and the views amazing!!! Could see Mt Hood all the way down to Mt Thielsen. Practically could reach out and touch Diamon Peak and great views of Waldo Lake and other lakes and such. Wonderful place to just sit in awe of what beauty we have here!

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