See the best hiking trails in Oregon
Trail running Guides and Trips in OregonBelow are popular Trail running guides and trips in Oregon that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
A trail in Silver Falls State Park past 10 beautiful waterfalls, perfect for the whole family.
Climbing to the summit of the South Sister from Devil's Lake Trailhead.
Hike this short section of the McKenzie River Trail to the beautiful Tamolitch (Blue Pool)
Iron Mountain is the crown jewel of the Santiam Foothills. Views of all the large mountains in the Cascade range.
Mary's Peak, the highest point in the Coast Range has a variety of trails, and spectacular views from Ocean to Cascades
Follow this trail to Pittock Mansion for a panoramic view of Portland
Spectacular 240-foot suspension bridge that hovers 100 feet above Drift Creek Falls.
Eugene's most popular and iconic Butte, with the best view of Eugene/Springfield in the area.
Popular hike just outside of Eugene with stunning views of the Willamette Valley. Adjacent arboretum with nature walks.
This short and steep hike to the top of Mt June will reward you with views of the Three Sisters and the Cascade range.
Moderate hike through the woods type hike through six of pine, fir and maple trees, as well as Crone Miller lake.
Two beautiful waterfalls that gush in the winter and great for swimming in the summer.
This hiking trail loops all the way around Clear Lake along the scenic McKenzie Highway in Oregon.
A quick hike up for a 360 degree view of the high desert
Deer habitat used by hikers, hunters, bikers, and horse riders. Views of Umpqua River and Valley.
A fun ride to the highest point in MacDunn Research Forrest
This easy hike most famous for it's amazing wildflower meadows is best done in the spring.
This is a nice forrest service road climb leading to steep switchbacks and a fun singletrack descent.
Beautiful hike along an old wagon road on the Santiam River includes a giant rock, a cave, a waterfall, and a campground
Easy hike along Fall Creek takes you to several swimming holes and an old Native American hunting cave