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Ray Azordegan reviewed Larch Mountain Trail [CLOSED]
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HikingBugsGreat!Over grownRocky

Started at Sherard point and hiked to the edge of multnomah falls which was closed. As you walk through the forest, DONT forget your bug spray. Yellow jackets and horseflies will accompany you through the forest. This trail was just opened yesterday 1 or two days ago. They cut trees blocking the path but the trail is very over grown for a couple of miles. This is a grueling hike. Not at all good for children or even dogs. To get the dog through the overgrown area, take a machete with you I was the ONLY hiker I saw during the entire. hike for 16 miles. Nice workout and wonderful peace and quiet. Enjoy.

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Spectacular view of the waterfall any time of year. I’ve been there in winter and summer. Pretty narrow trail in parts so can have treacherous spots in the winter. Not a whole lot of space to sit by the waterfall but fun to explore if you’re careful traversing over some rocks.

Michelle Csergei reviewed Champoeg State Heritage Area Loop
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I’ve done this so many times I’ve lost count. Very flat and easy. Dirt and paved trails. Camping is popular here so it can be crowded. However on the more woodsy trails there are usually less people. Nice bathrooms. Showers are great too (when they’re not closed for a pandemic). Lots of great picnic areas too. Disc golf course. Great for kids. Visitor center has cool little museum section.

Michelle Csergei reviewed Hart's Cove Trail [CLOSED]
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Hiking

One of my favorites. Done this about 4 times. Out and back and starts out downhill. Pretty steep near the end on the way back. Phenomenal view of the cove, waterfall, and the ocean. Open meadow and some trees so there’s plenty of space if you want to relax away from anyone else that’s there. A little tricky to find the trail head at first. Several miles of gravel road.

kyle murray reviewed Brice Creek Trail
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HikingGreat!

This was an excellent trail. Much of the storm damage has been cleared, however enough is left that might make it challenging for younger kids. Aside from that, the pools and creek are beautiful and there wasn't a ton of people past the immediate areas around the campgrounds and swimming spots. If split into sections its an easy hike, but I would say if you do the whole thing its more of a moderate jaunt.

Michelle Csergei reviewed Kentucky Falls Trail
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Did this about a year ago and I absolutely loved it. Took forever to find the trail head though. Miles of gravel roads with poor signage. It was definitely worth it. Mostly downhill on the way to the falls so be prepared you’ll have to go up on the way back.

Devon DeGarmo reviewed Marion Lake Trail
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HikingBlowdownGreat!

Beautiful hike today! We were surprised by all of the downed trees, but trail maintenance has been great. We wore repellant, but it wasn't really that buggy at all. The hike to Marion and Gatch Falls was totally worth the work. Lots of blowdown from the main trail to the falls. The trail was steep, but the views of the falls was fantastic! The water in Marion Lake was surprisingly warm and a nice place to take a break for lunch and resting the feet.

Anita Westlund reviewed Opal Creek to Jawbone Flats Loop
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HikingGreat!

Went to opal creek today for the first time and it was amazing! Go slow on the gravel, tons of pot holes! I pulled over about 5 times to let people pass because that’s how big the pot holes were and my little Camry would have been destroyed. Wear supportive shoes and bring a snack, and water. Once I got back to the car my phone logged 7.1 miles of walking. So worth it when you see the crystal clear water!

Zoe Kuegle reviewed Trillium Lake Loop Trail
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Hiking

Short flat trail. Nice little hike to end the day.

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Martha Diaz reviewed Green Lakes
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HikingGreat!

Spectacular view of the river and many waterfalls, lots of wild flowers, postcard picture like river views! The lake was very nice, saw some people swimming. Not difficult at all.

Aditya Manishbhai Mehta reviewed Broken Top Trail to No Name Lake and Bend Glacier
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HikingGreat!Icy

Did this hike back in August 2018 Amazing if you could backpack and camp by the lake.

Jaimie Burke reviewed Little Crater Trail
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HikingGreat!Over grown
Alan Kelley reviewed Crater Rim Trail
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A great ride. Next time I’ll do the uphill slog.

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First to Review

hot very dry and dusty. Bring extra water. Primarily a horse trail to the intersection. east towards Stag lake has significant blow down. traverseable as hiker but would be difficult for horses.

Garland Horwitz reviewed Matthieu Lakes Trail
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HikingBugs

Hiked early August. Beautiful trail that starts fairly easy, weaving past lava rocks and fire damaged trees, and eventually becomes steeper and passes through thick greenery. 1/4 mile in you catch the PCT (left) and walk south towards North Matthieu Lake and then continue on to the South. Both lakes are clear and beautiful. If you’re up for it, I recommend continuing past the South Lake on Scott’s Pass for about 1/4 mile up to the lookout which has an incredible view over the lava rocks and mountains. Overall great hike. 6.5 miles total and almost 3 hours

Andrew Marderstein reviewed Trillium Lake Loop Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful view of Mt. Hood. The lake water was warm, and a lot of people were swimming and boating. There is also a campground here- you can camp right on the lake. Very easy hike.

David Ebel reviewed Ice Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!

Amazing hike. Don’t underestimate the distance but well worth it when you hit the lake. Very well maintained trail.

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Down to Boca Cave a bit slippery but the rest a piece of cake!

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Tara Malmquist reviewed Timberline Lodge to Zig Zag Canyon
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Hiking

All up coming back

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brooks tift reviewed Erma Bell Williams Lake Loop
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Patricia Keehley reviewed Little Crater Trail
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Hiking

Hiked Little Crater with views of Paulina Lake. Easy up for views. Don’t miss obsidian!!

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Alexis Ruiz reviewed South Sister Trail
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Hiking

Hiked this trail on 8/4/2020. We started the hike at 7:30AM. I recommend wearing shorts and a tshirt to start, but pack pants and a medium jacket for the summit because it's cold up there and the crater is covered in snow. The trail starts out through relatively steep woods. The woods open into a flat meadow which takes you to the base of the mountain. The trails up until this point were well-marked and easy to spot. Once you start the ascent it's very soft, gravely ground. We saw lots of people with walking sticks. Seems like those would be helpful but we did fine w/o them. We hung out at the top for a while and got back to our car around 6:30PM. It was a beautiful hike. So, so worth it!

Madison Kaplan reviewed Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain Trail
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Hiking

Great hike. Very crowded even on a Tuesday. Please wear a mask during covid. Less crowded above mirror lake.

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Sujay Banerjee reviewed Cape Lookout Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyRocky

Great trail. Was pretty muddy in places but doable. (NOTE: We went in the late afternoon so was less muddy than earlier in the day) Went with a 11 year old and a 13 year old. They found it ok. I would say 1/3 of the trail is muddy and 2/3 are not. The views are amazing and I highly recommend.

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