See the best hiking trails in Oregon
Photography Guides and Trips in OregonBelow are popular Photography 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.
Explore hikes and climbs with spectacular views not far from the Eugene/Springfield metro area.
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.
In this guide you will be exploring the many trails around little Bald Hill just outside of town
A retreat from the desert heat provides a great swimming spot for everyone!
Take a quiet paddle through "beaver country" in one of Oregon's newest state parks.
A relaxing walk down the beach to a long jetty near Newport, Oregon
A stroll over the surface of the moon on volcanic glass from the Newberry Crater
Take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the murals and public art in and around Seaside Oregon
Hike downhill through an old growth forest to a camp site and Drift Creek.
An easy 2-mile trek to the lake with great camping options
Take in the beauty of Tillamook Head and follow a famous trail used by the Lewis & Clark Expedition
Do you like to play detective? Perfect for a family adventure, these photos clues are near your current locations!
A short biking or dog walking loop in Chip Ross Park just north of the town of Corvallis
Take in some of the history of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition. A Moderate Loop for Road Bikes
Easy hike, picnic area, and information nature hike about the former site of Fort Hoskins.
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
This short drive up this 4,500 foot Butte that sits above the Lava Lands Visitor Center
A great hike past waterfalls to an overook above the Columbia Gorge.
You can either drive to the top or hike to the top for a dramatic sunrise over Bend and the Sisters Volcano Complex