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Quaint & fun little trail

Beautiful, moderately traveled trail with many switchbacks up the side of a hill. Spectacular views of the ocean and lots of wildflowers in the Spring. At the top is a parking lot with bathrooms and a shelter overlooking the ocean. Amanda Trail ends up at the same parking lot from the other direction.

Awesome hike! Totally worth it!

Love this trail! Check it out sometime!

Nice trail. Liked the diversity of forest & beach, we added the out and back to the lighthouse.

Gorgeous look out. Not very muddy in the winter, pretty steep but not too long and a good workout. Beautiful old growth trees.

Great trail with a view.

Nice trail through beautiful forest landing you on a pretty stretch of the beach. Watch your step on the roots.

The trail was 7.0 miles not 5.9.

beautiful hike took my 3 children my doggy (leashed) and there are many places to hike and if you need to rest!

4 months ago

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:

Fun hike-lots of flat sections

5 months ago

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.

Beautiful trail!!!! I recommend it. Goes to a very nice beach.

Great view at the bottom. Interesting trail.

Easy lush walk that ends at a gorgeous 550 year old spruce.

6 months ago

Great hike! The Trail has Switch backs on the way up and maintained well. Wasn't crowded for a Sunday afternoon. We went on a clear day which allowed us to see down the coast and catch some whale watching at the top. The view makes the hike extremely worth it! Not too challenging as an experienced hiker.

6 months ago

Nice trail. Views limited but very nice dense woods and shady!

6 months ago

Awesome multi-purpose trail. Access to beach and multiple spots to sit and relax. Kid friendly and the views, epic!

Different types of environments from beach to forrest. Really beautiful.

6 months ago

Did the loop clockwise, great but watch for bikers. saw a spotted owl about 1/2 mile from the trailhead, awesome.

If hiking Hobbit trail via China Creek & plan on following the All Trails map. Be sure to pull up map directions on phone prior to entering Carl G. Washburne parking lot as no signal. Also the trailhead to China Creek is closed so only portion to the trail is that along the beach. Beach was great but Very Windy & cool. So maybe the hike to Lighthouse would be great alternative. But overall good hike can't wait to once bridge construction is completed.

Really enjoyed the hike and it was for sure a great view

A little more than i expected. Nice trail but a bit hilly. My knee was not holding up well going down so i had to retreat knowing that if i went all the way down it would be hell on my knee to come back up. I will try this again after i workout my knee more. Pretty trail though.

beautiful half mile in, then a long stroll on the beach before heading back. I'm pretty sure it's the hike back up to the trail head that makes this moderate.

7 months ago

Great view, really easy hike!

7 months ago

Check weather first.

Really rocky area of the Oregon coast, but lots to see and explore. Thor's Well was really cool. Will go again when the tide is higher. Great spot to stop and explore.

7 months ago

A good solid walk with some great scenery. We saw a racer snake that caught and was eating a salamander on the trail. So cool!

8 months ago

We mistook this trail for the Cummings Creek Trail to the north near Cape Perpetua, but once we were there we decided to do it anyway. We started it from the Strawberry Hill side and worked our way East, and it is very shaded and has a lot of beauty to offer. We saw a large mommy elk and her baby which was a wonderful surprise. However, about 3 + miles in the overgrowth got to be too much for our bare legs and my son and father got scratched up pretty good. It has been three days and he still has them. When we got to the part where there was nothing but over growth and spider webs, my 14 year old son had enough. If one is wearing pants it would have helped a lot.

This trail is clearly not used often and it had not a soul in sight the entire time until when we had come back, and it was a gentleman who hadn't even gone as far as we did (maybe a 1/4 of the distance). I think the shrinking trail got him.

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