Northwest Corvallis Trail is a 14.7 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Corvallis, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Travel NW Corvallis on paved & fire roads through old & new growth. West on Highland Drive then the bike path, follow bike path to Harrison Blvd, then right or west on Harrison. As it crosses 53 the road will become Oak Creek Drive (stay in the bike lane). The road will branch, stay right on Oak Creek Drive. The pavement ends at the Oak Creek orange gate. This is the 600 or Patterson Road through McDonald Forest, this is where you will start a long climb to the Dimble Hill junction. At the top continue on the 600 road down to the Lewisburg Saddle. At the bottom, take a right onto the 610 road and follow it to the junction of 610 and 612.4 road or the "woops" road. Turn right on the the 612.4 and start a steep uphill climb. At the top you will start down through the "woops" which are quick dips as the road crosses 5 major streams and several smaller ones. Watch the 2nd to last on as the road is washed out and there is a 2 foot gap. Then go left on the 612 to Crescent Valley Drive, go right, at Highland go right back to your start.