Hikes in Oregon
Below is a collection of trails in Oregon. These hikes are listed from north to south, but the table may also be sorted alphabetically or by distance to help you pick your next hike. Each trail links to its own report complete with photos, GPS maps, directions, and all the other information needed to locate and enjoy these hikes. You can also view hikes around Oregon on the Hike Finder Map.
Oregon is a state with immense outdoor beauty. There are dense fern-covered forests, volcanic buttes, and gushing waterfalls. To see some of the state’s finest falls, head to the Columbia River Gorge east of Portland.
|100||Wildwood Trail to Pittock Mansion|
This partial loop goes up a wooded hillside to Pittock Mansion, a landmark with panoramic views over Portland.
This out and back visits a sublime waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge.
|208||Horsetail Falls Trail - Oneonta Trail Loop|
This loop starts at Horsetail Falls, passes beneath an overhang behind Ponytail Falls, and crosses a bridge by Middle Oneonta Falls to hit three waterfalls and viewpoints looking out over the Columbia River Gorge.
|210||Lower Oneonta Falls in Oneonta Gorge|
This off-trail trek follows Oneonta Creek between the tall, mossy cliffs of a wild and beautiful gorge to the base of an enchanting 100-foot waterfall.
This out and back hike visits Oregon’s tallest (and probably most seen) waterfall, located in Columbia River Gorge east of Portland.
|0.2 to 2.6 miles|
25 feet to 725 feet
This loop uses Wahkeena Trail and Larch Mountain Trail to visit six glorious waterfalls (including Wahkeena Falls and Multnomah Falls) as well as fine cascades along Wahkeena Creek and Multnomah Creek in beautiful canyons off Columbia River Gorge.
|230||Latourell Falls Trail|
This loop explores a canyon with two beautiful waterfalls, attaining great views of both.
This out and back hike crosses a fern-covered forest and goes up to the crown of a butte with 360-degree views.