Larison Creek Trail

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#1 von 1 Wegen in

Larison Creek Trail ist ein 5.6 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Oakridge, Oregon. Er führt durch schönen Wald und vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, gejoggt und Mountainbike gefahren werden. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 5.6 miles Höhenunterschied: 583 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Wandern

Mountainbiking

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Wald

Aussicht

Scrambling

A nice walk through the woods along a reservoir and eventually Larison Creek, ending at Small Pool for a swim. This easy hike starts along Larison Cove, then into the woods as it follows Larison Creek to Small Pool. Those looking for a longer hike can continue further along the trail. The trail is shared by both hikers and mountain bikers.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

wandern
5 months ago

With the exception of a single log across the trail at about mile 2.7, the trail crews have cleared the trail to mile 3.0

wandern
abseits des Weges
scrambling
sturmholz
6 months ago

Lots of trees down, mountain biking is pretty much impossible after a certain point in the trail. But made the hike interesting hurdling and crawling through the brush and trees

wandern
sturmholz
7 months ago

I'd say this is a HARD but fun trail. Be prepared to go up and down downed trees and get scratches everywhere. You'll be rewarded with a nice dip in a frozen reservoir at the end of the trail!

wandern
sturmholz
8 months ago

wandern
8 months ago

Did this hike yesterday. Was sooo fun! There are some trees laying across the path but makes it a lot more fun to hop over/ walk on!

wandern
8 months ago

Hiked this on Sunday with my gorgeous girlfriend and there were trees down across the path the whole way. It was like doing the hike on Hard mode! Super fun and challenging! Took a break and had a little snack at the end of the reservoir and got to watch an Osprey dive into the water and catch a fish!! Go do this hike right meow!

9 months ago

DONT! The storm made this, one of the most difficult trails ive ever done. my girlfriend and I went all the way to the end. only to be met by about twenty feet of brush. Only do this if you're moderately athletic and not scared to get very dirty. our clothes by the end were covered in dirt and we had cuts and scratches everywhere. other than that. the views are awesome and the trail, (would be) quite pleasant.

wandern
schnee
scrambling
sturmholz
9 months ago

The trail is a bit of a mess after the heavy snow we had. There are a ton of downed trees and some areas where the trail is gone. We made it a mile in before calling it. It’s definitely not impassable, you just have to be comfortable scrambling over piles of downed trees.

wandern
Fri Oct 12 2018

Gorgeous Fall hike with beautiful colors. Hiked to small pool and back.

Wed Sep 05 2018

Not a lot of water this time of year but also too dry for mosquitos! I'd rate this trail as easy since I took the boyfriend (who doesn't hike) and he completed the 6.5 miles (round trip) with ease. The pool is a tad too cold for a relaxing dip, but good rock hunting.

wandern
Tue Jul 11 2017

The water had been significantly drained, so what we thought would be a creek-side-cruz, ended up being a trek alongside a drained river bank. The hike was still beautiful, well marked and mild. 3.5 miles in was a beautiful little swimming hole. The mosquitos are no joke!

wandern
Tue Jun 13 2017

No real complaints. views of the water, lots of greenery, had the trail to myself the whole time, did 5.5 miles in a couple hours. good way to pass time, trail is pretty flat, lightly trafficed.

wandern
Mon May 15 2017

5/14/17 this trail is much longer than a 5.6 round-trip. According to FS.USDA.gov this is a 6.3mile (one way) trail. The first 3miles are pretty gentle. At around 3 miles the incline increases and is a steady climb. About 4 miles in the trail starts switch-backing with a good grade to it. I did 9.71miles (in-and-out) today and my tracker showed me 1-2miles from NF-101 before I had to turn back due to time. I will definitely do this one again when I can get an earlier start.

wandern
Sun Oct 16 2016

Trail is well maintained. Fairly private, we ran into one other couple hiking and a mountain biker.

wandern
Fri Jul 22 2016

Great hike on a well maintained single track trail. Met one cyclist. Most of walk is along or within ear-shot of water. Nice pool at 3-3.5 miles. Directions listed here were accurate and easy to follow. No toilet at trailhead :)

Thu May 26 2016

Awesome trail for mountain biking, top of my list

wandern
Sun Dec 01 2013

Review to follow..

wandern
Mon Apr 04 2011

This quickly became one of my favorite hiking trails. I enjoy how the trail is so close to the creek, with so many great views along the way. There are several small waterfalls spilling into the creek in the first few miles of the hike. At about 3 miles there is a accessible trail down to the bank, where you can view a crystal clear pool with a small waterfall cascading into it. The trail continues along the creek, sometimes right next to it, and sometimes way above it, but still able to hear it rushing downhill. One of the best things I like about this hike is the scenery along the way. Dense woods, cascading falls, treelined ridges viewable through the small clearings. All of which made for a great hike.

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Fri Oct 12 2018

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Tue May 08 2018

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