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The Pacific Northwest is known for its many amazing hiking trails and accessible natural landscapes.
Hike Oregon's scenic paths through old growth forests and enchanting canyons, across ancient lava-beds, along sandy coastal beaches and around mountain lakes. Feel the spray of a cascading waterfall from a wheelchair-friendly platform or roll through a rare, carnivorous flower preserve! The natural wonders are abundant.
|While hiking in the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region, slow down for phenomal wildlife watching or engage in the new pastime of geocaching. Whether you chose to revitalize with a gentle walk, or get your heart pumping running or riding the trails, immerse yourself in Oregon's majestic wilderness. In the winter, snowshoe at regional Sno-Parks, traipsing between warming huts.|
|The miles of urban trails from riverfront paved pathways to wooded parks have helped distinguish Eugene as a gold-level "Walk Friendly Community." Hike the Spencer Butte Trail for a challenging climb to the peak and its rewarding valley views, or amble through Alton Baker Park, making friends with the resident ducks.|
Overlooking the Dorena Reservoir, this easy paved 15.6 mile (25 km) trail is lovely for hiking or wheelchairs. It replaces the original tracks of the Oregon Pacific and MORE >>
Beach day use with paved parking and direct pedestrian beach access. Great for beachcombing, horseback riding and hiking. Stagecoach Trailhead includes the accessible MORE >>
This difficult .8 mi (1,28 km) trail on a clear day offers views of the Cascade Range from Mt Hood to Mt Shasta. Wildflowers bloom in late June. DIRECTIONS: From Cottage MORE >>
This easy 0.5 mile (0,8 km) wheelchair accessible loop trail winds through a diverse, ancient, and beautiful forest ecosystem where 650 year old trees tower over 200 feet MORE >>
Diamond Creek Falls Trail #3598 is a difficult 2.5 mile (4 km) loop that begins at Salt Creek Falls Observation Site. A spur trail 0.25 mile from the footbridge leads to MORE >>
This moderate 13.7 mi (21.92 km) trail entices hikers with its unique scenery in each season: fall mushrooms, winter solitude, spring wildflowers and summer swimming MORE >>
This easy 1 mi (1,6 km) trail starts at the North end of Devil's Elbow State Park and climbs .3 mi (,5 km) through salal and a spruce grove to an old road. On your right MORE >>
This easy 26.5 mile (43 km) trail parallels the scenic McKenzie River, gaining 1,750 ft (525 m) as it passes through many contrasting environments: lava beds, lakes, MORE >>
The Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail is a 2,638 mile (4221 km) wildland route connecting Mexico and Canada. The trail travels 118 miles (189 km) through the Three MORE >>
A true sense of deep-forest solitude and mountain beauty is found at Proxy Falls. Travel along the 1+ mile (1.6 km) loop trail through open lava fields and dense forest MORE >>