Roxy Ann Peak Trail

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Roxy Ann Peak Trail is a 4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Medford, 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 are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 4.0 miles Elevation Gain: 1,007 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

views

wild flowers

Option 1: Take the north I-5 exit (exit 30) and head north towards Crater Lake National Park on Hwy 62. At the second signal (about 1 mile from I-5) turn right on Delta Waters Rd. Roxy Ann Peak is straight ahead at this point. Stay on Delta Waters until it ends (about 1.8 mile) at Foothill Rd and turn right. Go 1.3 miles to East McAndrews Road, go under the bridge and turn right on the clover leaf to go east on McAndrews. Option 2: Take the south I-5 exit (exit 27) and head east on Barnett Rd. Stay on Barnett, pass the Rogue Valley Hospital, and at the signal at the intersection with Foothill Rd, turn left (about 2.0 miles from I-5). Go 2.0 miles to East McAndrews Road, turn left before the bridge onto the clover leaf that will take you east on McAndrews Road. Once you are on East McAndrews Rd heading east towards Roxy Ann Peak, go 1.6 miles to where McAndrews ends and Hillcrest continues up the hill. Go another 1.0 miles and turn left on Roxy Ann Rd.

hiking
1 day ago

Nice and easily accessible place for trails to rock or run. Pretty views. Easy drive from Medford.

hiking
7 days ago

Nice wide trail but reaching the peak is hard for littles.

hiking
7 days ago

So this loop is not the best, but this park is great! I would recommend the following: park where this map has the trail head. Walk directly up the slope (not the road) on an informal footpath to access a well graded trail, and take it left. Take the first right fork, up the madron trail. Cross the road and take the manzanita trail all the way to the summit. Cross to the other side of the summit, and take the ponderosa trail down until it reaches the road. Turn left and road walk about 1/4 mile and then follow the madron trail and the above directions back to your car. Best views are actually on the switchbacks, but lovely forest, rocks, and picnic tables up on top. Good workout up to the top! Wonderful for dogs.

hiking
8 days ago

The “loop” on all trails includes one way on a hiking trail and the opposite directions on the road. I would recommend following the trails to the peak as an out-and-back hike.

Best scenic hike up, the easiest trail up as well. Quickest route back down!

hiking
rocky
18 days ago

The trail would’ve received 5 stars, but there wasn’t really 360 degree view from the top like I was expecting. Also, it wasn’t always easy to navigate. It’s great for trail running though!

hiking
no shade
19 days ago

hiking
20 days ago

It’s really beautiful when you get to the peak. At first, I got pretty confused how to get there even after checking the maps. I would recommend to take the Manzanita trail to get up to the peak. Also, bring a lot of water with you.

hiking
1 month ago

Good hike that's not strenuous. Great views walking up and down and around the peak. No water available so bring your own and decent amount of shade but bring a hat and sunblock just incase.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views at every turn. Steep but doable for a trail run!

running
2 months ago

Good run to the top and back, nice view too. Gate opens at 6:30AM

hiking
2 months ago

Fantastic trail and well maintained with clean toilets too!

hiking
3 months ago

Trail was ok at best, nothing special...good way to get the dog out for a hike with me. Felt like main “hiking trails” were just the gravel road & not actual trails.

running
3 months ago

park closed for road re pavement (05/24), not sure if it's cool to go around the work trucks but I backed off .8 miles up from the road closed sign. should re open the 25th.

hiking
3 months ago

This trail is great year-round, as it is paved and/or gravel on the 2.7 mile loop around the mountain. The views are gorgeous all the way around and there are always deer. There are other options for steeper trails, biking trails, and even an equestrian trail. There are several picnic areas and porta potties (no potties at the very top though). One of my favorite trails ever.

hiking
3 months ago

One of my favorite trails of all time. The East side of the peak is open desert terrain (aka hot!) with views of rolling golden hills. To the West, you travel through shaded forest and look out over the Rogue Valley. The last bit before the peak is the steepest elevation gain, so save some oomph for the top. If you’re bored with the Table Rocks, try this one!

4 months ago

great walking loop road and taking trails but gets busy so go early

hiking
4 months ago

Did a quick hike on a weekday evening. It’s a easy trek with good views.

hiking
5 months ago

i really enjoyed this trail, amazing views of medford at the top. there is also a challenge course set up in the woods, looks like a great time!

5 months ago

Great day with my beautiful sister. steep near the top but well worth the effort.

hiking
muddy
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

It was more strenuous than we anticipated but I didn't know about this site yet. You can take the long, uneven ground hike or walk up a gravel road. We did one trail up and the road back down.

5 months ago

Steeper than Upper Table rock trail.

5 months ago

Went in March. Super fun! Good view of McLoughlin.

6 months ago

A great site for a family hike that features multiple trails with varying difficulties.

hiking
muddy
snow
6 months ago

hiking
snow
7 months ago

8 months ago

I love this mountain! It is my and the dog's stomping grounds!

8 months ago

walk this once a month at least. Great views!

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