See the best hiking trails in Oregon
Relaxation Guides and Trips in OregonBelow are popular Relaxation 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.
Moderate hike through the woods type hike through six of pine, fir and maple trees, as well as Crone Miller lake.
This hiking trail loops all the way around Clear Lake along the scenic McKenzie Highway in Oregon.
Two beautiful waterfalls that gush in the winter and great for swimming in the summer.
Take a ride or a walk around this beautiful city park which holds 3 different reservoirs for Portland
Beautiful waterfall over basalt cliffs into a wave-tossed pool.
272 foot waterfall over basalt lava cliffs up the Umpqua River Valley
Short easy hike to Lower Soda Falls. Nice large campground and wading in the South Santiam River.
Collection of waterfall and viewpoint hikes along the north and south forks of the Santiam River.
Many loop options with a total of about 5 miles of trails available. This will follow a figure-8 route.
Historic Cape Mountain on the Oregon Coast
Series of hikes on the coast and in the coast range between Eugene and Florence.
One of the most beautiful places in Oregon, the McKenzie River Valley has amazing hikes and views.
Explore wetlands, waterfalls, hills and ocean beaches in the coastal range from Corvallis to Waldport.
Most of our events are one day duration, some are multiple day events.
Take in the beauty of Tillamook Head and follow a famous trail used by the Lewis & Clark Expedition
The shortest section of the Midge Kramer Path network, this trail is great for a quick run after work.
The old fire road to the top of Bald Hill is the quickest way to get a great view over Corvallis and off to the sunset
A short hike to a terrace of hot springs on the Umpqua River in Oregon.
This is the float that everyone in Corvallis, OR goes on during hot summer days!