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Grizzly Peak Trail is a 4.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Ashland, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 4.7 mi Elevation gain 921 ft Route type Loop
Dog friendly Hiking Nature trips Forest Views Wild flowers Wildlife Rocky
Waypoints (2)
Getting There
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Fork
42.26759, -122.6141
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Grizzly peak
42.26965, -122.61652

From Ashland head east on Hwy 66, about 1/4 mile east of Hwy 5, turn Left onto Dead Indian Memorial Road. Continue on Dead Indian Memorial Road for about 6.4 miles. Turn Left onto Shale City Road. From here the way to Grizzly Peak is marked. There are at least 2 forks in the road, just follow the signs.

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Reviews (586)
Photos (545)
Recordings (347)
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E Moroni Escobar
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Hiking

Awesome trail. Great views

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Dennis Brodsky
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HikingGreat!

The trail offered a well maintained trail easy to follow. Other hiker suggested we take the left trail loop which we did. It offered excellent vistas in every direction. The visibility was non-existent about 10 miles! That didn’t bother us the trees and flora made up that distraction. Sad that the coast is on fire! Upon our exit some cows were were hanging at the trail road!;).

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Karlee Wilgenbusch
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HikingGreat!

Very beautiful views and nice tall trees for lots of shade. If you go to the left at the fork seems to be an easier loop than going right. Didn’t see any bears that were mentioned in earlier reviews but I did see some free range cows. Beautiful drive to and from the trailhead. Was a little over 5 miles and took me about 2.5 hours but I did stop at the summit for a while.

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Anna Hansen
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Hiking

Absolutely loved this trail. Amazing views of Mt Shasta, Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford and even more. Dog friendly. Absolutely amazing views.

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Eddie Sepe
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Hiking

Clear day, amazing views, even saw some bears

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Matt Ingrassia
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HikingNo shade

Nice trail we completed before the wildfires rolled in. I imagine the views to be pretty expansive if there was no smoke. The first section is forested, but then it becomes very exposed and there is no shade so be prepared with plenty of water.

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Andrew Vogel
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HikingGreat!

Great day hike, beginning/beginning-Intermediate with great views and great for trail-running.

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nicholas hukill
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Hiking

Seen a bear and spoke with someone that seen one great hike a little steep when leaving the top

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Renee Willis
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Hiking

Nice trail, but it was very smoky today!

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Price Elliott
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Hiking

This will be a regular for me. A little sweat, great views of the valley, winds through meadow, forest, and rockscape. Checks all the boxes.

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Beverly Power
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Walking

Great workout a few places for jog a bout

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Matty Narmis
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Hiking

Beautiful views, great day hike, well traveled, friendly people :) seems very dog friendly too :)

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Chris Patton
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Hiking

Great hike- early start makes it much cooler.

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Sarah Mejia
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Beautiful trail but a bit heavily trafficked. The wildflowers here are just gorgeous. great hike with the dog.

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Jeff Childers
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Hiking

Perfect weather and not many people at 930

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Jennifer Leitman
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HikingGreat!

Perfect hike! Beautiful views, wildflower fields, not crowded at all, shaded and some full sun sections. A bit buzzy with bees, but no troubles. We walked with our teenage daughter, and it was a great length and well maintained.

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Marc Shumaker
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Hiking

Beautiful! The midway point offers much more spectacular views than the actual summit marked on AllTrails.

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Nick Chandler
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great trail. was a little over grown at some parts but there were so many wildflowers.

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Jaclyn Rose
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RunningBugsOver grown

Great hike for 360 views of Rogue Valley, Ashland and the burned area. The majority of the loop is exposed and overgrown with wildflowers. Also alot of flies and bees, they buzz but don't seem to bother.

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Caroline Tashjian
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Hiking

Beautiful all the way! Wildflowers and views galore. Seemed to be lots of cars when we arrived about 10:30 AM on a Tuesday, but we only passed a handful of folks, had the summit to ourselves, and only one other car when we got back down. Plenty of shade that time of day, though some of the loop and the summit is exposed.

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Yelda Turkan
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Hiking

Great hike. I would rate it easy / moderate. Spectacular views at the top, you get views of Mt Ashland and Shasta. Highly recommended.

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Mercedes Cervantes
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Hiking

The SW portion peak about halfway through is open from a burn a while back so you are completely susceptible to sun exposure. Be careful!

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Marta T.
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HikingGreat!
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Jack Gordon
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Hiking

i was worried about the review from the poor dog owner whose dog got bitten by a rattlesnake but no sightings on this hike! notably - my pup doesn’t go off trail though! the trail is gorgeous and a wonderful work out. make sure you bring enough water because about half of it is without any shade and VERY hot!

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Caryn Wheeler
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Hiking

RATTLESNAKE WARNING: One of my favorite trails. But today my doggo got bitten by a rattlesnake. Always a risk. But first time I’ve seen one up there. Please take care. Was about 2 miles in. Had to carry dog down. He’s now at Southern Oregon Specialty Vet on Biddle Road. Care estimate $2000-$3000. Fingers crossed he comes through okay.

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C A
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Hiking

Great trail - a good portion of this hike is through the forest. The rest of the trail is hillside with incredible views along the way. It was unanimous; this is our favorite Rogue Valley hike. Abundant views, wildflowers, trees, and fungi.

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Jerry Burke
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We had a fun hike—it was a little crowded on this Father’s Day

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lydia Pelin
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Beautiful trail. A must do for sure. it's pretty popular so definitely don't expect to be alone, and not a very trying trail either if you're looking for a good workout, but the views are spectacular.

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Tyler Kinert
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HikingMuddy

We did this hike on a Sunday at 2pm and it was sooo crowded. Barely any parking at the parking lot and for a trail that isn't that wide, passing people with dogs can be interesting, especially if you have your own dog that is "overly friendly" and just a jerk sometimes. But, this is a beautiful hike. Eventually you get away from the crowds if you go far enough, as a lot of people don't finish the full loop. Beautiful views of the valley, Table Rocks, Mt, Ashland and Mt, Shasta. Definitely will get a nice leg burn and recommend this hike.

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