Henry Hagg Lake Trail From SW Scoggins Valley Road

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Henry Hagg County Park

Henry Hagg Lake Trail From SW Scoggins Valley Road is a 13.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Forest Grove, Oregon that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length13.3 miElevation gain885 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashHikingMountain bikingNature tripsRoad bikingWalkingBird watchingForestLakeViewsWildlifeBugsMuddy
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Kai Saechao
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Hiking

trail is not kept up but there are Beautiful views.

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Jessica Abney
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Candy Lynn
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HikingMuddy

We did a couple miles of this yesterday, it was wet and muddy but so amazing beautiful. I couldn’t count all the different mushrooms we spotted ed, November rain sure brings them out

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Justin Whitney
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Hiking

Fantastic moderate trail. Late October was a cool 50 and dry which made for a fast trek from trail #1 to 20. Lots of leaves but the dry conditions resulted in great traction even over all the roots. Love this trail.

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Caleb Vance
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week day or rainy day

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David Kingston
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Mountain biking
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April Sutton
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Kianna Judy
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The trails are fairly narrow in the majority of the area. You spend more time on the road, forest or trail in the hayfields then you do hiking with a view of the lake.

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Michelle Crandall
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Road bikingFeeGreat!

Wide shoulder. Few cars. Good hills! Lovely scenery. 7.5/10 would do again

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Caleb Koehler
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Robert Ashton
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HikingFee

Good hike today. A few muddy spots, but they all had enough drier, packed trail to get around. Not a lot of traffic - maybe a dozen bikes and about same number of other hikers. One note: Both AllTrails and FitBit tracked this as about 25k, not the 21.4k per the description.

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Taylor Surby
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Nice hike — be on the lookout for mountain bike. Some muddy patches, but nothing unavoidable. Be aware that you will be roadside for some of this hike.

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Andrew Blake
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Muddy and itchy. Perhaps better in the Summer/Fall.

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Alex Simpson
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HikingOver grown
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Redemption Hiker
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Lots of bugs but some places to sit on benches and some openings to the lake for doggies to take a little swim. Mostly no sun but some areas are just grass which means sun...

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Katie Gonzales
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Danina Gherman
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*I havent done the hike* I go to Hagg Lake to bring the dogs swimming and recently went kayaking. Definitely recommend!

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Matt Viehdorfer
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Road biking

stayed on the road for the 10.3 (10.9 recorded) mile loop. Good shoulder for most of it. Couple of bridges forces you onto the road.

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Naomi McDonald
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Colin Kapps
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Fall Newsom
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Hiking

Did it on a Monday morning in October and saw no other hikers or bikes. Despite some comments below it is very well marked and easy to follow. The time on the roads is not ideal, but really not a big deal. I thought it was actually kind of cool to walk across the dam.

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Kelli Matthews
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HikingOff trail

This trail was pretty well marked, but even so, I still found myself off trail and improvising to get back by trekking through y’all grass and weeds. It’s a long one, bit there are multiple places to stop and refill your water bottle.

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Joel Balsiger
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HikingOver grown

This is a great trail overall. Only issue I had was the poison oak, if you stay on trail there is no problem though. Saw it in multiple places.

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Nathanael Ryerson
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Hiking

We hiked this over the weekend. Air temps about 85 degrees. Trail was in very good condition nearly the entire way but there were some obvious rutted areas from storms or bikes. Multiple signs around for poison oak so would recommend long pants.

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Lisa Watson
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We hiked the 13.3 miles yesterday with our three dogs. Beautiful trail, many lake side spots, trekked through fields of daisies, rocky at some points, few other hikers or mountain bikers. I’d rate this as moderate hike. Wear long pants as poison oak was along almost the entire 13 mile trail. I only gave this a 3 as there were several spots where the trail would end and you’d be hiking on the highway, especially the .8 mile by the dam. I didn’t like walking the dogs on the busy highway.

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