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Trail of Ten Falls Silver Falls State Park Waterfall Loop Hike Oregon Lower South Falls Upper North Falls Hike
South Falls is the tallest waterfall in Silver Falls State Park, dropping a spectacular 177 feet off a basalt shelf. South Falls can be visited (along with nine other waterfalls) on the park's great loop, the Trail of Ten Falls. When this 7.9-mile loop is too much, a 1.1-mile lollipop loop can be hiked to visit South Falls on its own. The short hike has 200 feet of... Read more.
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Tagged with · Oregon State Parks · Silver Falls State Park · Sublimity · Waterfalls
Distance: 1.1 miles · Elevation change: 200 feet
By: Published: Last updated: July 10, 2017
Camping in Beacon Rock State Park Main Campground Columbia River Gorge Washington
Tucked into the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge, Beacon Rock State Park has great places camp and kick back after a day of traveling in the gorge or hiking Hamilton Mountain and Beacon Rock. Main Campground In the forest up the road from Hamilton Mountain Trailhead, you'll find the park's main campground spread around a single loop. A mossy ledge of basalt... Read more.
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Hamilton Mountain Trail Beacon Rock State Park Hike Washington Columbia River Gorge Pool of the Winds Rodney Falls Hike Hamilton Mountain Loop
Only hike Hamilton Mountain Trail if you like charming forests, bold waterfalls, and awesome cliff-top views. Hamilton Mountain Trail passes a viewpoint for the Pool of the Winds, where Rodney Falls plunges into a rock-wrapped punchbowl. The trail rises to a summit along the Columbia River Gorge, ascending 2,025 feet on a 7.75-mile lollipop loop. Some of Hamilton... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beacon Rock State Park · Stevenson · Summits · Washington State Parks · Waterfalls
Distance: 7.75 miles · Elevation change: 2025 feet
By: Published: Last updated: July 10, 2017
Beacon Rock Trail Beacon Rock State Park Hike Washington Columbia River Gorge
Beacon Rock rises like a stone tower with sheer cliffs dropping to the Columbia River. Beacon Rock Trail could be the Columbia River Gorge relative of Moro Rock Trail in Sequoia National Park. The trail is built right up the side of the basalt monolith, using over fifty switchbacks and at least a dozen cliff-straddling bridges to reach a pointed summit. The hike up... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beacon Rock State Park · Stevenson · Summits · Washington State Parks
Distance: 1.6 miles · Elevation change: 600 feet
By: Published: Last updated: July 10, 2017
Trail of Ten Falls Silver Falls State Park Waterfall Loop Hike Oregon Lower South Falls Upper North Falls Hike
Silver Falls State Park has one of the most incredible waterfall hikes to be found in Oregon or anywhere else in North America. Trail of Ten Falls takes a tour of Silver Creek Canyon, passing ten beautiful waterfalls and a high number of cascades and other waterfalls that pop up in winter and spring. The 7.9-mile loop was built to deliver plenty of excitement along the... Read more.
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Tagged with · Oregon State Parks · Silver Falls State Park · Sublimity · Waterfalls
Distance: 7.9 miles · Elevation change: 600 feet
By: Published: Last updated: July 10, 2017
George Himes Trail Loop Hike George Himes Natural Area Southwest Portland Oregon George Himes Park West Hills
George Himes Trail explores a small patch of forest in Southwest Portland between Interstate 5 and Terwilliger Boulevard. The single-track trail rises to a view over Johns Landing and the Willamette River toward Mount Hood before looping through woods bedecks in licorice ferns, moss, and English ivy. The top of the loop touches a picnic area in George Himes Park. Without... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: April 19, 2017
Vista House Columbia River Gorge Crown Point Scenic Corridor Columbia Gorge Oregon
Vista House is a roadside viewpoint like no other. The beautifully designed and maintained building is an Oregon icon designated as a National Natural Landmark. The viewing deck that wraps around Vista House offers one of the greatest non-hike-dependent views in Oregon. Vista House resides on the inside of a bend in Historic Columbia River Highway on Crown Point, a... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: April 11, 2017
Angel's Rest Trail Angel's Rest Hike Columbia River Gorge Angel's Rest Lookout Oregon Angels Rest Trail
Angel's Rest Lookout boast soaring views across Columbia River Gorge. Things get particularly heavenly at sunrise when the first rays of light grace the gorge. Angel's Rest Trail starts from Historic Columbia River Highway, just off Interstate 84, and rises 1,500 feet over a 4.8-mile round trip hike. In addition to superb sights at the top, the trail seals its Columbia... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: April 24, 2017
Tualatin Hills Nature Park Vine Maple Trail Old Wagon Trail Oak Trail Loop Hike Beaverton Oregon
Surrounded by neighborhoods and business on the west side of Beaverton, Tualatin Hills Nature Park's 222 acres are a highly accessibly oasis of forests and wetlands. The relatively flat park has about twenty different trails covering 5 miles. You only need to utilize the park's main three trails, Vine Maple Trail, Old Wagon Trail, and Oak Trail to form an easy 2.1-mile... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beaverton · Free Trails · Tualatin Hills Nature Park · Wheelchair-Friendly
Distance: 2.1 miles · Elevation change: 30 feet
By: Published: Last updated: April 19, 2017
Old Main Trail Red Fox Trail Cedar Trail Middle Creek Trail Maple Ridge Trail Loop Hike Tryon Creek State Natural Area Portland Oregon
Located just five miles from downtown Portland, Tryon Creek State Natural Area preserves 658-acres of lush second-growth forest made up of mossy red cedars and Douglas firs. Many miles of trail and 8 bridges allow visitors to explore the Tryon Creek Watershed. At first glance, the web of trails on the park map is overwhelming, but it actually allows for numerous easy to... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: April 19, 2017