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mildly challenging hike. well maintained trail with good elevation. a couple viewpoints but dont expect a big vista at the summit.

2 months ago

Love this trail. We have never made it but a little past the 1 mile marker. Very quite and peaceful. It is some up and down hill along this path.
Beautiful view.

Beautiful trail, well maintained.

Def easy but we had a child and a baby in a backpack so it worked. Otherwise it was convenient to the group campsite and beautiful views of the lake.

hiking
3 months ago

Even in the dry summer plenty of green. And a few trickles of water.

Shown map is incorrect. I uploaded a map of trails as a photo. Several connecting trails to choose your route. All forest trails. Well maintained trails. Quiet.

on Cape Mountain Loop

3 months ago

Beautiful trail. Away from the crowds. The trail intersects a number of others so you have lots of options. Good signage at each fork. We were there on a clear day and the views were incredible from the top.

on Cape Mountain Loop

walking
3 months ago

Great trail that leads to several different things to see. Good signage with the distance to each.

We took our dogs here for a beautiful morning walk. I did read reviews prior and made sure to drive up the road further to get to the trailhead. A few RVs were camped up there but there was still plenty of parking for hikers. The trails are deeply covered in trees and it splits off to other trails. Trail maps are located throughout the trail.

nature trips
3 months ago

Beautiful trail through old growth Douglas Firs, some 500-600 years old. Awesome that this area of old growth could be saved. Easy trail, lots of birds. Really lovely.

Awesome!!

4 months ago

Seemed longer than 6.1 miles.. Not sure where it ended. Came to a point where it was too mucky to continue. Our fitbits and Samsung health both tracked it as being much longer than a total of 6.1 miles.

The weeds on this hike were unbelievably high!! It was hard to see the path and we stopped half way through because we couldn't find the path and we saw several garden snakes!!

We took our two boys on this hike, 4 and 7 years old. They did great! They got tired at the end but it was our second hike of the day. Everything was beautiful to see and there we're markers here and there but someone sprayed white arrows on the path which made it easier to follow because there are a lot of trails you can take to make it a longer hike. Thank you for the arrows!!

walked the entire length and back. Very little elevation, very gradual. would make a good trail running spot. can be combined with other trails to make it more interesting.

The loop is 8 miles and at the second pull out. But it’s all worth it for the view at the top

Park for this little gem on the side of the road just outside of the Honeyman SP Group Camp. Walk straight through to the paved trail which curves right. Do NOT park in the service yard lot right off Hwy101 as you would have to walk around anyway. This is a nice easy hike that made for a great start to my vacation day. Really enjoyed seeing a part of Woahink Lake I’ve never seen before. The trail is maintained quite well which is very nice to see.

hiking
7 months ago

Nice lakeside trail, kid friendly, minimal elevation. Some exposed roots to watch your feet. There's a bench about half mile in to sit and enjoy the lake view.

hiking
8 months ago

Nice easy peaceful walk this morning. The trail has lots of soft spots and roots to trip on but overall an easy go.

It was a very beautiful hike! A few muddy spots but not too bad. I saw 2 bald eagles right before the sun went down.

9 months ago

Great App! There were some trails on here that I didn't even know about! Thanks All Trails!

The trail was 7.0 miles not 5.9.

13 of us from two hiking groups hiked this trail today. Not far north of Florence, Oregon and a short distance to trailhead. Road off Hwy 101 & is well paved 1 mile up and then gravel with just a couple ruts for two miles to trailhead. Bathroom at trailhead. Corals, hitching posts & water tub for horses. Trail was recently maintained, well marked with maps, etc. Beautiful hike with various trees, a couple creeks to cross, benches to sit, views to see beaches, evidence of elk and possibly bear and there is a meadow & bench to stop for lunch. I would definitely hike here again.

hiking
Tuesday, November 14, 2017

I hiked this on 11/4/17 with my dog. The views are definitely limited. If you want to be deep in the forest, near the ocean, with no crowd, this is a great hike. Here is a video of my time at Cummins Creek Trail:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_BUgPWiv_8

hiking
Monday, October 16, 2017

As mentioned the road up turns into gravel for the last 2 miles with potholes. There are short trails to the top with limited view. There is a long loop, Nelson ridge with a limited views. Its rocky with post holes from horses as it is a Horse Camp area. Its weird Mt Biking isn't mentioned but it is a unspoken rule that bikes are allowed here as there used to be a Mt. Bike Group that used these trails a lot and they were the only ones that kept the trails open.

hiking
Monday, October 16, 2017

This is a more secluded area to access the beach. Problem is there are crazy homeless tweakers that will car clout you. Squatters stay there many times and hear they harassed the Snowy Plover counters that used to park out there. Keep in mind the beach is closed for the Snowy Plovers March 15th -Sept 15th.

hiking
Monday, October 16, 2017

The drive in on Mercer Lake rd is almost one lane and dangerous. Be ready to slam on the breaks as people often cut the blind corners. Make sure your lights are on. The trail is mud until Spring, early summer the grass and weeds are 6 feet tall with massive mosquitoes. After they cut the grass which is not every year its very hard to walk as there are piles of grass on the trail. After living here and walking the trail for 20 years I find it funny someone would mention the wildlife. Something I have noticed is there is very little Wildlife. My theory is that as a Dairy Farm in the past they sprayed a lot of chemicals to kill weeds and grow grass for cows. The wildlife you will see are Bears because yes they also like the berries. I once saw an owl. Stay away from this area during hunting season as wounded bears are very dangerous.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

it's just a residential road

hiking
Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Hiked this on Sunday 10/8/17. Pretty trail- mixed growth trees, huge sword ferns and Oregon grape.
Trail starts of wide, graveled, and leisurely. You reach the loop about 1.3miles in. Once you hit the loop the (left fork) trail becomes single track. I saw two groups of mushroom gathers and two bikers, no other hikers. With a detour to the Cummins Basin viewpoint my hike totaled 6.8 miles; with 1188 vertical ascent.

hiking
Saturday, September 30, 2017

9/24/17 • Parking at Tugman Park, walk through field with playground, past the fish ladder and you will find the trail head at a bridge. I started my hike at 1:30 and finished about 5:00 but stopped a lot for pictures and viewing. This trail starts out wide and easy and follows the southern side of Eel Lake. A few area's where small streams cross have old logs that could be challenging if wet. Weather was perfect for shorts and T-shirt. I took one small pack with 20 ounce water bottle and it worked out perfect. There were a lot of huckleberries and they were prime for the picking. Plan on seeing a lot of ducks in the various Coves as you trek, as well as Chipmunks. There is a large clear-cut above you on the Southeast side that you could possibly see black bear, elk, deer and many other Oregon native animals. There were a few small stretches of the trail where it narrowed and the dirt was still wet so it was a bit muddy but then it would open back up. I could not find an end of trail sign. The trail seem to end in an area that was swampy with skunk patch. I side hilled for a while on a makeshift cleared trail but it did not go anywhere so it would be nice to have a sign saying in the trail. If you do this trail and you see a log across the trail with two red straps I think that is the end of the trail. This trail was actually more challenging than I thought it was going to be but I had a lot of fun and take lots of pictures. Thanks for reading!

Doug DeShazer ✌️

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