kid friendly



wild flowers


trail running

nature trips

dogs on leash

mountain biking



dog friendly



horseback riding



road biking


whitewater kayaking


no dogs

scenic driving


rock climbing

wheelchair friendly

cross country skiing

fly fishing

off road driving

hot springs



rails trails

sea kayaking

trail locations for Oregon

Beautiful day for a family hike.

Really fun hike. Beautiful forest to hike through and a fantastic suspension bridge to cross over at the waterfall at the bottom. We had the best time.

Such a fun hike. We had ages 11 to 56 in our party of hikers and everyone loved it. We did the full 8 mile loop and picked a perfect day for it. Trails are in great condition and lots of interesting landscape to look at. An Oregonian must do.

Such fun! My teenage son voted this his favorite hike of the year. It was raining when we went but we had to wade through chest deep water to reach the falls anyway so we were going to be wet anyway. I loved climbing over the log deck. It felt very adventuresome. Loved it.

brought the boy scout troop up. great hike.

trail running
7 hours ago

BE AWARE: The GPS location for this trail is completely wrong. It took me to the opposite side of the river as Champoeg State Park. Look for the other trails listed as Champoeg.

Short and sweet. Only went to the first look out. Was foggy for us but it was still beautiful.

We have made this long-planned trail today. Absolutely no doubt, it is worth your time and a must-undertake adventure generously flavored with magnificent views. However, keep two things in mind:
1) go there somehow in a weekday. We went on Saturday, and it looked like all the bourgeoisie from Oregon and Washington crowded every single spot. Crowds of people, peeple, pipl... It took us 40 min to get from Bridal Veil to Multnomah Falls because of jam and insufficient parking space. No wonder, it heavily rained all the week, showers were forecast for Sunday, and Saturday was the only sunny window;
2) do not take food with you - no civilized place to eat. Well, on a woody trail like Kentucky falls you do not expect picnic tables but here I assumed they should be because the area is massively visited. Alas! We carried some pounds of food+dishes+cutlery uphill and downhill and we had to eat our lunch in the car.

it was good when I was at a beginner level. but now that I can complete the entire canyon from start to finish and back it's like nothing to me. all flat trail.

Beautiful hike! The burnt forest and a special spookiness to it.

23 hours ago

Beautiful, the falls are breathtaking.

Beautiful park. Great trail through forested area. Got a good workout.

1 day ago

Great hike. Did it in early summer as well. Big difference in the falls. Color changes of fall were great!

Love this trail! Incredible views of the coastline. Did this hike on a road trip in July and the trail was so lush and green! The soil was dark, mossy, and rich with ferns and wild berries and flowers. The surrounding forrest is impressive, with lots of large uprooted trees creating mossy caverns, caves and eerily beautiful formations. Bring a camera! The lookout at the end is very pretty, but honestly, the entire trail is equally beautiful and enjoyable. One of my most favorite trails of all time!