Frazier Creek Loop

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Frazier Creek Loop is a 6.3 mile loop trail located near Corvallis, Oregon and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

6.3 miles 1033 feet Loop

dog friendly


mountain biking

horseback riding

Steep climps, great views,old growth, paved downhill hike in NW Corvallis. From the parking lot, go right on the school road then right on Crescent Valley Drive, as the road sweeps right go strait up the gravel road which is Jackson Creek Road. Follow this road through the Orange then take a right onto the 610 road, will takes you on a long uphill climb almost to the Lewisburg Summit, near the summit you'll take a right onto what I call the 611 Road as it is not named on any map. Follow this main road up and around the hill then down past the Orange Gate to a perfect paved view point of Corvallis and the valley. From here you Michelle Drive steeply downhill then take a right on Wintercreek Drive, then a left on Frazier Creek Drive, then right on Crescent Valley Drive and back to the Crescent Valley Highschool parking lot.