760 Outback Loop Trail is a 4.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Corvallis, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
1000 feet of climb in 2.5 miles fire road up some single track down From the gate (the left of the two) you start a sustained up hill climb on the 700 road which is packed gravel, at the "Y" take the right arm (or the 760) and continue to climb a sometimes at a very steep angle. You will get some wonderful views of the forest and the valley below. At the top of the 760 you will see a single track trai on your right and plastic marker spray painted 700 as this is the junction back onto the 700 road. Take the single track trail back down (just after you start, stay right at the "Y") and take a wonderful walk back down through the forest. About 1/4 or 1/3 of your way on the trail you will come out onto a gravel road, go right and in about 20 yards look for the trail on your right. You will cross the 760 about 1/2 way and end at the 760 after about a mile total. Go right and follow the road back down to the 700 orange gate. Horses can not take the single track trail, just come back down the 760 road (or everyone in the winter)
great trail, only saw 2 people all day. we took alot of pictures. also we took alot of the side roads and trails. the 762 road you can get a good view of mt hood.
it's a quiet hike. didn't see many people. I love the woods
it's a 4 not a 1
it's a quiet hike not lots of people...love the the woods.
This trail is a very nice maintained logging road. Nothing but a gravel road up and Down. Decent view from the top.