Giant Spruce Trail is a 1.8 mile out and back trail located near Yachats, Oregon that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A short trail to a very BIG spruce tree. This quick trail leads you to one of the biggest spruce trees in the state. You can even crawl into the root system for a fun photo.
gorgeous hike for the family and dogs. A little muddy at spots, but it's also March in Oregon..
Beautiful hike along river.
Easy up and down trail to an amazing huge spruce trees. Parallels the campground road most of the was. Crosses several bridges.
Giant and beautiful. Old growth forest
Cool tree not very many other big trees nice place next to the creek you can let your dog get water
Awesome five hundred year old, formally 230 ft tree. You can feel the spirits of those who have gone before us here:)
Loved this trail. Beautiful scenery. Runs along a river. Tons of green and diversity of plants. A good part of the trail runs along the road and a campground, so you don't really feel you're away from civilization until you're a ways into the trail.
Cape Perpetua has some great trails and the Giant Spruce is no different. Very pretty, and the tree at the end of the trail is huge.
I love the trail system at Cape Perpetua. The giant spruce trail was a perfect length for a day of exploring. A nice out and back trail through lush forest with an incredible old growth spruce at the end. Make sure to hike up to the cape and keep an eye out for whales. We come every spring and catch a few during their migration.