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muddy
over grown
rocky
3 hours ago

7-5-2020 Great hike, beautiful views trough out the hike, it is a longer trail than it says it is. Did 8.7miles out and back, moderate, well worth it though. I do recommend going early if you want to enjoy your time at the fall as there is not much room there. We went Sunday early and had the pace to ourselves for a good 45 minutes before people started getting there and encountered many more coming up on our way back down by 1pm.

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rocky
4 hours ago

Great short trail, very beautiful waterfall. You have to climb down rocks to get close to it.

Nice relaxing walk through this beautiful open space in the middle of SE Portland. I wouldn’t really call it a hike but we spent a few hours out exploring the trails, unfortunately it was cloudy so could not see any of the several mountains/volcanoes from the viewpoint or trails. Still a nice day. We saw some deer at the beginning. Beautiful wildflowers everywhere with accompanying honeybees and bumblebees. Enjoyed this place and would come back maybe on a clearer day (we do get those sometimes here).

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off trail
snow
5 hours ago

This was a beautiful trail, however, it was not as clearly marked as I had hoped. There were two separate unmarked forks that left me rather confused, had I not kept the app open (I had no service, not for miles before the trailhead even) I wouldn’t have known which direction to take, if you are headed to the lake/viewpoint , the first fork go uphill to your right. Then at the next fork you can take a left to the plateau viewpoint or right downhill towards the lake. We didn’t make it to the lake, we lost the trail (I suspect in the small amount of snow left) and got turned around by orange markers left in trees which were not the trail. However, the trail itself was amazing with unreal 360 views of all the Sisters, Jefferson, Broken Top and Three Finger Jack. Highly recommend. Maybe have a better time finding the lake when the snow melts.

Beautiful trail along the river. Not a ton of elevation and a good amount of shade, so it’s an easy one. We saw great wildflowers and not too many other people.

Best hike I have ever been on. The views were amazing! I highly suggest going on a clear day so you can get one of the best views of the Mt. Hood summit. Would go again.

Outstanding trail! Well-marked, challenging, and a gorgeous view from the top! Trail was busy midday but hikers were courteous. Bring sunscreen and water/snacks. Plenty of parking and an open bathroom.

Trails are open! Very peaceful hike, we didn't see anyone else while we were out. Bring a mask for use when other hikers are present. There are road closures for logging for about the next 5 weeks but they do not affect the trail.

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great!
8 hours ago

Great trail. Well-marked. Beautiful view of Eugene.

Absolutely beautiful hike.

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bugs
9 hours ago

We camped at Marie Lake after hiking from Yoran Lake. It is lovely but in early summer it is VERY BUGGY. There are limited campsites at the lake proper but plenty of open space on the broad shoulder around the junction with the PCT, about a quarter mile to the west.

hiking
10 hours ago

Great park for a simple walk. I try to find places that I can work on training with my pup in a distracting environment and this trail provides the perfect loop to keep walking in circles and working on leash work.

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muddy
10 hours ago

This is a beautiful trail in parts, with some steep coastal drop offs. In other parts, though it’s muddy, with unending exposed tree roots. We had a 5 and a 3 yo with us, generally good walkers, and they had to be carried after a few slips and falls. Not a family friendly trail if you have younger kids

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bugs
muddy
snow
10 hours ago

Gorgeous hike. The lot was full so we had to park on the main road. All told this was a 9.4 mile hike. Keep walking past the campground and the trail marker for the meadow in order to get to the lake. There are several points where you must cross the creek by balancing on a log with no hand rails. A little crowded midday on a weekday. TONS of mosquitos throughout. Couldn’t find a drugstore on our way out of Bend, otherwise I would have definitely worn bug spray.

Hiked the full 6 miles on the 4th of July! Make sure you go early in the morning to beat the heat,& wear supportive shoes. The sights at the top are breathtaking!

hiking
11 hours ago

Near the trailhead, and on either side of the loop, it’s a bit overgrown but not impassable. I’d recommend pants. This is a really lovely trail. Elevation gain is quick and, on the east side of the loop feels moderate+. Right now, there’s only hints of a view at the summit but the forest is what this trail is about. And it’s worth it. Lush and beautiful. Trail takes you through a variety of terrain. Little bit buggy (when we sat down at the cute benches). Very lightly trafficked. We were the only people there.

Such a cool area! Misery Ridge Trail was open today. It’s an uphill slog, but only for about a mile, though it feels longer because of the heat. We went up misery ridge then down past monkey face and along the river. Lots of climbers everywhere. Highly recommend!

We did the Heceta Head Lighthouse Trail, starting from Hwy 101...It was also 4 miles in and out, NOT 0.9 mile. Great trail, good work out...Peaceful with stunning views....The view of the lighthouse is breathtaking and seeing the beach from above is worth every step of the way!

Nice wooded walk. Pretty. But the end is the pits. Road through a pretty tough residential area and then walking along the very busy road with heavy traffic getting on/off the St John’s bridge.

Quick hike up and down the ridge trail with some views through the trees. the first half is a small wooded trail. Near the peak is a rock spiral just off the left side of the path. the way back is by gravel road. just take a left at the fork then another left to find it. Along the way is a beautiful meadow with wildflowers and a nice view of the valley below.

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fee
12 hours ago

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12 hours ago

Absolutely stunning views. We went to the left going down the first hill and had to Wade through the water to get across. If you don't want to do that go to the right and there's a bridge..either way the views are amazing! Bring lots of water!

Easy access and clearly marked. Did a 6mi rt out and back - turned around at ice lake spur. Quite muddy in spots and lots of horse poop along the way which made hiking w dogs a messy affair. Other than that, easy grade and lots great views. Keen to come back and do an overnight at ice lake

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bugs
12 hours ago

It was a nice walk with some bridges. My 6 year old did it wil me and hated the climb, but loved the pond area and the walk down.

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