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Kiholo State Park Reserve Wainanalii Lagoon Kiholo Bay Hike Kona Big Island of Hawaii Black sand Beach Hike
While much of Hawaii's coastline is understandably built up with vacation destination resorts, some areas have a wilder feel, like Kīholo Bay. Driftwood decorates the rugged coastline, just 25 miles north of Kona, and green sea turtles ease through the bay's cyan-colored shallows. The Hawaii State Parks website describes Kīholo State Park Reserve as: A stark, lava-covered coastal park... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beaches · Free Trails · Hawaii State Parks · Kona · Tide Pools
Distance: 2 miles · Elevation change: 15 feet
By: Published: Last updated: November 14, 2018
Kalahuipua'a Trail and Fishponds Loop Hike Puako Hawaii Moana Lani Kalahuipua'a Historic Park
A list of things for hikers to do on the Big Island of Hawai'i includes: walking across a lava field, exploring a cave, looking for petroglyphs, seeing fishponds created by early Hawaiians, and taking a time-out by tide pools in a beautiful bay. Check off everything on that list with one visit to Kalahuipua'a Historic Park and Fishpond Preserve. A loop around coastal Kalahuipua'a Fishponds... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beaches · Fishponds · Free Trails · Lava Tubes · Puako · Tide Pools
Distance: 1.7 miles · Elevation change: 30 feet
By: Published: Last updated: November 13, 2018
Malama Trail Puako Petroglyph Archeological District Hike Hawaii Puako Petroglyph Park Moana Lani Kona Area Rock Carvings
On the Big Island of Hawai'i, Puakō Petroglyph Archeological District is one of the best places to see rock carvings created by early Hawaiians. Malama Trail offers two hiking itineraries: Keep things easy with a 0.2-mile round trip hike on a paved wheelchair-friendly path to an enjoyable collection of reproductions that match the area's authentic petroglyphs A rougher trail... Read more.
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Tagged with · Beaches · Free Trails · Petroglyphs · Puako
Distance: 1.2 miles · Elevation change: 30 feet
By: Published: Last updated: November 13, 2018
Forest Park Loop Hike Wild Cherry Trail Alder Trail Portland Oregon
What will you find under the canopy of Forest Park? Dirt single tracks weave through verdant woodlands, passing Douglas firs and bigleaf maples bedecked with licorice ferns. Explore some of Forest Park's charmingly ridges and ravines on this 3.5-mile loop with 510 feet of elevation change. Although Wild Cherry Trail and Alder Trail are the most notable members of this hike, this circuit... Read more.
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Tagged with · Forest Park · Free Trails · Northwest Portland · Tualatin Mountains · West Hills of Portland
Distance: 3.5 miles · Elevation change: 510 feet
By: Published: Last updated: October 19, 2018
Wild Cherry Trail Dogwood Trail Leif Erikson Drive Loop Hike Forest Park Portland Oregon
Looking for a Forest Park hike that can be completed in about an hour? Delve into the woods on this 2.5-mile loop that explores a soothing swath of Forest Park. The loop has 515 feet of elevation change, traveling downhill from Northwest 53rd Drive on Wild Cherry Trail before rising back up Dogwood Trail. Wild Cherry Trail – Dogwood Trail Loop starts from one of the roadside parking... Read more.
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Tagged with · Forest Park · Free Trails · Northwest Portland · Tualatin Mountains · West Hills of Portland
Distance: 2.5 miles · Elevation change: 515 feet
By: Published: Last updated: October 19, 2018
Alder Island Nature Trail Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge Hike Lincoln City Oregon Coast Trail
Just south of Lincoln City on the Oregon coast, Highway 101 crosses the Siletz River as it flows into Siletz Bay and the Pacific Ocean. It is at this location that you will find Alder Island Nature Trail, which opened in 2017 and offers a level 0.85-mile loop hike around an island between the river and its marshes. While it might lack the ocean views of surrounding coastal hikes, Alder... Read more.
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Tagged with · Depoe Bay · Free Trails · Lincoln City · Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Distance: 0.85 miles · Elevation change: 5 feet
By: Published: Last updated: October 9, 2018
Pipeline Trail Hood River Oregon Penstock Flume Hike Columbia River Gorge Powerdale Corridor
Most of the trails in Columbia River Gorge lead to big waterfalls or big views, but one of these trails is not like the others. The Pipeline Trail near downtown Hood River has a hiking experience that could very well be a one-of-a-kind. This route exchanges the average dirt trail for a catwalk built on top of a penstock pipeline. That catwalk stands a dozen feet off the ground and whisks... Read more.
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Tagged with · Free Trails · Hood River · Ruins
Distance: 2.8 miles · Elevation change: 100 feet
By: Published: Last updated: September 13, 2018
Camassia Natural Area Loop Trail West Linn Wildflower Hike Camas Lilies Portland Oregon
Camassia Natural Area contains something special – one of the best wildflower displays in the greater Portland area. From April to May, the grassy plateaus in this 27-acre preserve boasts beautiful purples, blues, pinks and yellows created by Camas lilies, blue-eyed Mary, rosy plectritis, and buttercups (as well as other flowers). Explore this West Linn jewel on an easy 0.8-mile loop... Read more.
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Tagged with · Camassia Natural Area · Free Trails · The Nature Conservancy · West Linn · Wildflowers
Distance: 0.8 miles · Elevation change: 70 feet
By: Published: Last updated: August 4, 2018
Scouters Mountain Nature Park Hike Portland Mount Hood View Happy Valley Boomer Trail Scouters Mountain Shelter
Searching for a short hike in the Portland area? Scouters Mountain Nature Park in Happy Valley makes a worthwhile destination for a 1.2-mile hike. Explore a forested cinder cone east of Portland, plotting your way through tall firs to a summit clearing with a direct sight of Mount Hood. If you work up an appetite, picnic under a pavilion at the top of Scouters Mountain. Abundant shade makes... Read more.
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Tagged with · Cinder Cones · Free Trails · Happey Valley
Distance: 1.2 miles · Elevation change: 180 feet
By: Published: Last updated: August 4, 2018
Canemah Bluff Nature Park Oregon City Hike Camas Springs Trail Canemah Bluff Hike Willamette Falls Portland Oregon
What's so appealing about Canemah Bluff Nature Park in Oregon City? Start with fields of spring wildflowers and views of Willamette Falls. Then add ferny forests and a historical cemetery to give visitors plenty of reasons to take this 1.7-mile hike. In April and early May, Camas lilies steal the show at Canemah Bluff Nature Park, providing pops of purple to a meadow on a landing above the... Read more.
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Tagged with · Free Trails · Oregon City · Willamette River
Distance: 1.7 miles · Elevation change: 165 feet
By: Published: Last updated: August 4, 2018