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Tarsa Weikert reviewed Rogue River Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

I went on a mini backpacking trip. Everything about this place was perfect except the ticks! I flicked 2 off my dog that were crawling around on him. I somehow ended up with a tick on my back! I removed it within 24hrs, so fingers crossed that everything will be okay! I will probably not be coming back during the Spring.

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Kara Freeman reviewed Rogue River Trail
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RunningGreat!

Did a long day hike (34 miles total) starting from trailhead past Ditch Creek and back. It got more and more beautiful the longer I hiked, so I’m guessing the end is even prettier. Wish I would have done more planning and researching because I originally wanted to do the full 37 in a day but didn’t know how I could get back to my car in shoulder season. Wasn’t sure if the shuttle services were open. Nonetheless, it was perfect for a long training day which was intended. Saw only two people the entire day and a group of rafters. Trail in great condition, but watch your step as I was very close to stepping on a large snake (but it was polite and gentle and moved off trail with a bit of coaxing). Some sections a bit boring but like I said, it got prettier as I kept on.

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Alexander Davis reviewed Rogue River Trail
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Amy Ross reviewed Rogue River Trail
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HikingGreat!

Only did a few miles, but what I saw was beautiful!

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Chris Schneider reviewed Rogue River Trail
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BackpackingBlowdownGreat!MuddyRockySnowWashed out

Just finished this 40 mile trail from graves creek boat ramp to foster bar boat ramp. It was 25-30 degrees at night and about 40 during the day. The trail was all passable but there are some dangerous rock/mud slides just before marial trail head. There was a small amount of blow down but looks like most of it was cleared in the fall. Most creeks had bridges and the ones that didn’t weren’t terrible to get over. Poison oak leaves were all gone and no bugs- it would appear these are both big issues in the warmer months. Other than a little snow and rain we had a good time and the views are outstanding! A few miles of this trail take place on a cliff edge.

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Michael Paul reviewed Rogue River Trail
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BackpackingFeeNo shadeRocky

The only hard part is the first 3m chili when you have a pack on and you are coming down anthem is coming up and also go look for the things as well but all and all it was a blast and the wildlife is And crawdads

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Caitlin Seid reviewed Rogue River Trail
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Paula Keady reviewed Rogue River Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

Great fall hike. No mosquitoes, poison oak died back and trail overall clear. Nights in the 50’s and days in the upper 70’s. Beautiful scenery.

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Jill Devenport reviewed Rogue River Trail
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Our group persisted and went in smoke that cleared to Black Bar Lodge, (that’s why is was just a four). Then on to Marial and Paradise Lodges. Even in the rain!Lovely hike. Got in raft a couple times which was fun. Great guides with Momentum, Glenn and Trish. Fun times.

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Reginald Young reviewed Rogue River Trail
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HikingGreat!

CARS BROKEN INTO. Has happened a lot recently, though consistent over years. BLM has tried to put up signs but thieves take them down. Had everything, including worthless stuff, stolen after windows broken. Do not leave car overnight or easily out of view from the river head. Take the shuttle from Galice outfitter. Hike itself was great — really hot and humid from 1-5ish but the river is refreshing after a hot day of hiking. Most side streams are filled with leaches so get any water from the river. Recommend staying at whiskey creek!

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BackpackingGreat!

You can't go wrong with any hiking in this area. We did a different loop that made our entire hike about 28ish miles. Going through glacier pass was really cool with some gorgeous views from a bird's eye viewpoint.

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Angela Atchley reviewed Rogue River Trail
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Beautiful, rugged, scenic. Would definitely do it again!

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HikingGreat!

This trail was our entry point to 25 miles through the wallowas. it is an A+ trail that has some very challenging spots. the ecology, geology, and topography vary widely on this trail. The views are A+ and unforgettable.

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Alexandra Fridlyand reviewed Rogue River Trail
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HikingBugs

Amazing trail! Every mile there was something new about the landscapes. From gravel bare cliffs, to huge sugar pine trees, to lush green shrubbery, to thorny blackberry bushes (with delicious blackberries!), to beautiful meadows. This trail had it all. Lots of animals: otters, bears, minks, deer, birds, and more. Sometimes there would be no way to get to the river for a while so you have to watch out for all the creeks along the way to fill up water. Having the trail log of all the stops is a must. I recommend the horseshoe bend campground. Lastly, Watch out for the mosquitoes! They are horrible and never ending.

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HikingMuddy

Easy access and clearly marked. Did a 6mi rt out and back - turned around at ice lake spur. Quite muddy in spots and lots of horse poop along the way which made hiking w dogs a messy affair. Other than that, easy grade and lots great views. Keen to come back and do an overnight at ice lake

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Candy Boerwinkle reviewed Rogue River Trail
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HikingBlowdownBugsOver grownRockyScrambleWashed out

This trail is hard! There are parts that skirt along cliffs that are completely washed out and you are literally stepping in loose gravel where there isn’t a trail anymore with a huge drop below you. The second half of the trail has lots of downed trees and you have to climb over, under, or around them with your pack on. Not just a few trees- a LOT of trees. Also you will be passing through lots of high weeds and poison oak and thorns everywhere. It’s unavoidable. Trekking poles and a water filter is a must. We passed three beautiful waterfalls. Lots of this hike is in the sun so be prepared with sunscreen and insect repellant- the mosquitos were aggressive! Lastly the end of the trail is very confusing. After Hicks Creek, there are no more signs to tell you where you are. We came to a road and thought we must have gotten lost but kept going anyway until we ended up in a field. Nothing about this path looks right but it is. Just keep going, you will end up back in the forest nowhere near the river but eventually at the trail head. To get to Foster Bar, you’ll have to take the road and go left half a mile. Parking lot for the cars is to the right. Despite all of this, I will do this one again. Every day was exhausting but we averaged ten miles a day- four days and three nights. At Tate Creek, don’t miss the waterfall. We collected water from the creek just as it topples out. That’s also a nice place to camp- pass Brushy Bar and head on to Tate Creek and camp there. Do that section later in the afternoon/evening so it’s in the shade because it’s quite rocky!

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HikingBlowdownBugsMuddyOff trailRockySnow

beautiful trip. no snow until horseshoe lake. GPS recommended for the lollipop as the snow makes it easy to get off trail. doable in boots

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