Neahkahnie Mountain is a 5.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Nehalem, OR that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Absolutely Amazing!! Plenty of trails n a beautiful waterfall on the north end of Short Sand Beach!
It's a beautiful trail! Up to Cape falcon, after that point it needs a little, just a little maintenance.
Awesome Views Awesome Waves Awesome Camping
The best views of any coast I've ever witnessed. If you're in the area, this trail is a must!
This was a great hike. The beginning is a bit boring but then turns into a beautiful wooded forest with ferns and tall trees. There is a bit of a false summit where a road runs. Keep following the trail and it continues just below the ridge. The trail becomes a bit rougher and starts going up. The view is amazing and well worth the hike. I took me, my wife and four kids (youngest is five) approximately an hour and a half to get to the top. Enjoy!
Nice hike. The beach at Oswald West is one of my favorite places for tidepooling.
Saw a bald eagle here. Pretty strenuous at times. Nice view of the coast and the Cascades. Unfortunately, you also have a view clear-cuts... :(
For additional miles, we opted to start the hike at Oswald West trailhead. Overall, the trails are in fair condition. At times, especially near the summit, trail demarcation is spotty. A short, perhaps 30 yard scramble up rocks is required to reach the ridge line and views.
Note: one must cross Hwy 101 so beware of traffic.
Amazing hike. Scenery changing all the time with an incredible near 360 degree view at the top
I can't believe that no one has reviewed this yet. Its such a beautiful hike among the Sitka Spruce along the beach and cape. The hike is a classic you will always favor, but the reason I would go there is the surfing. Great place to surf!!! I camped there once and it was cool because the trees had amazing roots outstretching into your camp space, but aside from that I am not a fan of campgrounds where you are right next to each other.