Roxy Ann Peak Trail

MODERATE 168 reviews
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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
1030 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

trail running

walking

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
4 days ago

Great views, awesome trail! But don't take your poodle.⛰

hiking
20 days ago

20 days ago

beautiful views

hiking
1 month ago

So, the description of this hike is slightly misleading. If you follow the path as listed here, you are basically walking on asphalt and gravel road, which for me is not terribly exciting. As one reviewer noted, however, there are many trails off the main asphalt/gravel road that one can hike/mtn bike on. There are occasional signs that show the park and the trails. My recommendation is to check the City of Medford Parks Dept to see if you can get a map of the developed trails before you go. We ended up walking several trails marked difficult. It was a great workout and we were rewarded with an amazing view of the valley at the top. Take LOTS of water. Before I go back, I will definitely be checking to see if I can get an up-to-date hard copy map from the parks dept. This is a great hike for exercise and biking. Watch for poison oak, though. There was lots.

mountain biking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful hike

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike with many different options for getting to the top. Most people use the gravel road to get up there, but unnoticed they have been adding tons of trails to go on instead. Sweeping views from almost anywhere on the trail. A few good view points with picnic tables, benches, etc.. Well cared for and hey keep working on it to make it better. The only downside is the big trucks driving by for the rock quarry.. they water the road down too to help with dust for the trucks and it ends up on you.. but still a very nice hike! I hike it when I get a chance. Many people ride their bikes up and down also, usually not going to the very top, but doing the loop on the gravel road.
Of course the view from the top is beautiful and worth it, but that last stretch is pretty steep.

1 month ago

1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike! Steep at the top but totally manageable. Went with friends and dog on leash. Would definitely hike again when in the area.

2 months ago

The road to the trail was blocked off due to construction, so you have to park then walk a mile in to get to the actual trail, I think. I hike with an 8 month old so I didn't venture in.

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail with an incredible view of Rogue Valley

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Nice area with great views of Medford. Several trails to choose from.

walking
2 months ago

2 months ago

2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Went on a nice little 40 minute hike. great views.

hiking
2 months ago

great views of white city, medford and central point. dog friendly. it gets hot in the summer with the gravel with no shade until you get to "rests" areas.

2 months ago

Nice little mountain. A lot of locals use this for exercise and family hiking. Several trails to choose from. I hadn't seen any snakes until last week when I came across 3, so keep your eyes open. 2 of them were on the Twilight Trail (the first trail to your left) and 1 was right on the loop road on my way down. They looked like they were harmless however.