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eisig
schnee
2 hours ago

wandern
schnee
2 hours ago

Beautiful hike. We did not have snowshoes and managed just fine. Gorgeous view of Mount Hood on a clear day.

wandern
2 hours ago

Awesome hike. Our 13, 10, and 8 year old did it with us. Views are incredible and peaceful from the top. A bit steep but definitely doable if you pace yourself and just enjoy it.

wandern
3 hours ago

We tried to get here today with the Myrtle creek directions that GPS gave us and came upon a locked gate!!! My family was super bummed that we had to turn around.

Laufen
3 hours ago

I started this Trail from Yachats (Across from Windy Way St.) For some reason the Internet says it starts at ‘Forest Hill Street #5533’ (Actually drove down there but couldn’t find it). All Trails starts it as part of the Pacific Crest Trail. But you can start it in different places. Started here to get the up hill done first. The beginnings had a grueling, long uphill section (feel the burn). Trail itself was nice. Lots of exposed roots and elevation changes. Some slick spots. Just watch your footing. I added ‘St. Perpetua’ and ‘Giant Spruce’ Trails on to this to make the run a little longer. Great views and some history. My GPS recorded 9.6 altogether. * No fee (depending on where you start) * GPS works. * Vault toilets at Cape Perpetua parking and through the campground to the Giant Spruce.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
3 hours ago

wandern
schlammig
4 hours ago

Beautiful view, well maintained but heavily trafficked. Probably the busiest hike (in terms of sheer numbers on the trail) I’ve been on in all of Southern Oregon and it really detracted from the experience. If you want solitude this is not the trail for you.

wandern
schlammig
4 hours ago

Too muddy for me. Will try again in the spring.

For someone who’s new to the area, (2 weeks now) and an avid hiker with a dog/trail-partner, I’ve been looking for fun little local hikes to acclimate my husky and myself to the terrain and different views and perspectives of this beautiful scenic new valley that I’m calling home. Lemme say I was not disappointed, not 12 minutes from my house I was able to hike a short mile up and see the valley a 1,000ft below with the mountains in the distance setting a perfect backdrop. Hike 3 so far and looking forward to seeing what the Pacific Northwest has to teach me.

1/26/20: Pull into Ten Mile lot. You will see signs and info towards the middle. You are taking the Ponderosa Rim Trail which is a snowshoe/ski trail on the left side if facing the hut. The blazes on trees are blue diamonds with yellow. You cross roads maybe three times and are separate from snowmobiles on this trail except at crossings. It was well marked and maintained. It drops you off close to the Paulina Falls Trail. I did this as an out and back to the falls for a 5.5 round trip total.

wandern
abseits des Weges
scrambling
steinig
6 hours ago

Nice little off trail climb up to the spire from the river after following the trail down

wandern
schlammig
6 hours ago

Great urban hiking. Good kid-friendly trail; we brought our 7 year old daughter. Diverse variety of trees with signage explaining things. There are a lot of opportunities to extend the hike beyond the listed mileage. Crowded, dogs must be on leash at all times.

wandern
6 hours ago

Church on gorgeous grounds for a light walk. They charge to access the upper gardens. I may check that out at some point.

Despite it being the end of January and the trail was muddy, snowy, and a bit sloppy overall, we really enjoyed this hike. It’s a relatively easy hike with a handful of sections that get pretty steep. The trail is actually a series of off-road vehicle paths that are easy to follow. The views are beautiful with plenty of nice trees and landscapes for photos. Since it was winter, I can’t comment on the wildflowers, but I imagine there are plenty in the warmer months. If you let your dog off leash and he/she is a hunter, beware that there are rabbits everywhere. Our German Shorthaired Pointer was on full alert the entire time and decided to ignore our recalls and go on a chase at one point.

wandern
schlammig
6 hours ago

Nice short wooded trail! Probably ran around it 3 times in 30 min

One of the best trails in Portland with a great view of the city from Pittock Mansion.

wandern
schlammig
7 hours ago

wandern
schlammig
7 hours ago

wandern
sturmholz
7 hours ago

I don’t know if blowdown and tree down are the same, but there are a few spots where there are trees blocking the trail that you have to crawl over or under. It didn’t ruin any of the experience though, this was an amazing trail and the waterfalls were breathtaking. It’s an easy trail and kids wouldn’t have any hard time at all. Easy to find as well. I can’t wait to go back in the summer!

A little muddy but overall great hike! Lots of mini waterfalls for our dog to try to play in.

wandern
schlammig
8 hours ago

wandern
schlammig
8 hours ago

Solid forest park hike. No views. Good trail. Bit muddy. Solid parking.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
8 hours ago

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