Mount Pisgah via Trail #1, Quarry Road and Seavey Way

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Howard Buford Recreation Area

Mount Pisgah via Trail #1, Quarry Road and Seavey Way is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Eugene, Oregon that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length4.6 miElevation gain1,312 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningForestPartially pavedRiverViewsWildflowersWildlifeRocky
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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Danielle Miller
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Andres Rodriguez
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Easy hike with a nice view.

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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Motylek Okruchy
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Danielle Miller
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Ulad Slabin
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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Joe Delistraty
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The beginning half of the trail, going on trail 6, is entirely under giant power lines. Most of the trees and foliage are burnt/dead and the trail is very rocky/overgrown with weeds. The view at the top is pretty nice though. I wouldn’t hike this again. There’s also a $5 parking fee.

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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Ulad Slabin
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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Alia May Rinne-Mignotte
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Darryl Pahl
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Steve Dwight
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Fun hike, but I'm very glad I hiked it counterclockwise. Trail #6 approaching the top from the south is OK, but the connecting trail #36 is steep, rocky, and uneven in places. I wouldn't want to navigate it going downhill. On the plus side, it wasn't crowded! I didn't see one other hiker on this part of the trail. Trail #1 approaching from the north is always pretty busy, but overall I'd do it again.

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Shambavi (Sham)
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Completed on 19 June 2020 | Great views from the peak of the snow capped mountains. Several benches to sit and enjoy the views. Heavily trafficked. Bring a mask along. Walk down is through the arboretum. Beautiful trees and we saw a bunny

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Erin White
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Way up was great! We decided to descend on the other side to skip the out and back. It was nearly 1.5 miles down of rocky and steep terrain. I fell several times from the lose gravel and rocky trails. The trails on the back side were poorly marked and maintained. We will do this hike again but stick to the main trails!

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Damara Bouchet
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Two stars because I won’t do this again... It is a beautiful rigorous trail to the summit, but the decent on #3 East is brutal. Total ankle breaker with very loose gravel and rocks on a steep grade, as well as overgrown blackberry bushes. The rest of the trail wasn’t bad.

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susan nash
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Actually longer than stated distance. I will have to check. Had to take the road the last piece... wrong turn

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Lauren Barcas
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Jennifer Key
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Beautiful, foggy day. Well maintained but not overly so.

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Jason Snider
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Best views I've seen in a long time! Just the right amount of challenge for me today.

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Hans Qiu
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Nice trail! Mostly well maintained except the southern rim is along a gully where it’s getting rough. The recorded starting point is North Trailhead where there’s no parking pay station at the parking lot. Just less than a mile away to the right at the main parking lot (West Trailhead) , there’re pay station and bathrooms.

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T. J. banker
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new route on pisgah; front, back, south, west and unmarked trails. Anything but #1.

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Rachel Latham
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Great trailer with lots of options, variety of wild flowers, and scenery.

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