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HikingGreat!

Decent hike through quite a bit of greenery. I read reviews saying it was pretty buggy but didn’t expect the level of mosquito activity I encountered. That and the fact that most of the gain was in the last 0.5mi made this a decent hike but not one of my favorites

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T W. reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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HikingNo shade

Did this trail about 6 pm on Sunday night only a few people on the trail it was very enjoyable hike. Beautiful views, great time to go. This trail is probably very busy.

Larissa Meany reviewed Soda Mountain
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Hiking

Easy trail. One turn off marked with a piece of paper so look out and watch your route.

Niako Yip reviewed Trillium Lake Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Nolan Mayther reviewed Glade Trail
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HikingNo shadeRocky
Prasanna Kulkarni reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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Hiked all night to reach the peak for sunrise. glad I did it. one of the best sunrise I have seen. climbing down was much more harder than climbing up

Paola Piccioli reviewed Trillium Lake Loop Trail
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To make the hike longer, I parked at the sno-park and started from there. The first half a mile I walked on the paved street where the cars pass, then the trail starts by the campground, which is about 2 miles long and in the shade of the forest. I then did the loop around the lake and came back, making it about a 7 miles little hike which I really enjoyed! Trail to get to the lake is very easy with barely any incline, and I didn't meet anybody while walking it. Loop trail around the lake is partially closed, with the closed parts doable, but not in great shape. The lake is gorgeous. There were many people being the weekend, but I still felt there was plenty of space. All in all a very beautiful place, definitely family friendly.

Erin Purinton reviewed Discovery Point Trail
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Heavily traffic is right. But, this trail has some killer views of crater lake. overall, easy trail.

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HikingGreat!

Trails are in a great shape. If you are looking for a view this is not the hike for you. If you want a pleasant medium length wooded hike with a small beautiful remote lake to rest at, swim, eat lunch then this would be a good one for you. On a Saturday beginning of August we did not think it was overcrowded. We did see spawn or so other groups over the three hours on the trail. There are camping sites around the lake so more people there but still reasonably remote for the Mt Hood area. We enjoyed our day and the trail without views :)

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HikingBugsGreat!

This was a solid climb, especially for the last mile. Mostly shaded with a few small sections of exposed trail. Super quiet and peaceful, saw fewer than half a dozen people over the 8 miles. You cant hear traffic until about the last half mile on either end, so you really do feel alone in the woods. Was buggy on the way back down, didn’t notice them so much on the way up.

Elizabeth Kiernan reviewed Eightmile Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!
Courtland Childers reviewed Shevlin Park Loop Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!
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Tyler Wampler reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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HikingScramble

Hiked 7/31/20. The fire near Tule Lake briefly obstructed the view to the South but cleared up quickly. Trail is in great condition and we didn’t have to battle any mosquitoes. We didn’t make it on top of the spire because we chickened out but saw several people complete it. This is my favorite mountain in Oregon so it always gets 5 stars. @kenostyle

Jenna Taddeo reviewed Umpqua Hot Springs
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Hiking

Got there at 6am on a Thursday and I had the whole place to myself. Just get there very early and it’s amazing.

Ray Letulle reviewed Soda Mountain
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Hiking

No issues. Well marked and in good shape.

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trevor jones reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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FeeGreat!No shadeRockyScramble

trail Is very dusty. If you are like me and prefer to wear approach shoes trail gaiters are advised. It doesn't really get steep until the ridge which is the last mile. got most of the way up the spire pretty easily. I find looking for rocky staircases with good hand holds is the easiest way up. But to each their own. I descended in a hurry after seeing storm clouds moving in from the east. all in all it was a good climb. I would happily do it again.

AJ&JG Travel reviewed Umpqua Hot Springs
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The trail is not that easy for beginners. It's not worth the hike. The water in the hot spring looks like stagnant water. Water is warm but HELLA dirty. The place is filthy.

Tina Kaunelis reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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Hiking

Some incredible views along the way! Our family (13yo and 16yo kids) was not able to make it about the last mile. It was more of a vertical mountain climb at some points near the end and I chickened out! Gave it a 4 star because the trail is poorly marked once you get past the tree line. We lost the trail a few times, but it was especially dangerous when we lost the trail on the way down and struggled to find a safe route.

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Hiking

Nice moderate hike. Be sure to bring bug spray, the mosquitoes are out in force. I had to bum some off another hiker (thanks!).

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Hiking

Nice easy trail that takes you past Litte Crater Lake and loops around Timothy Lake. The trail is well maintained and flat, my dog loved it!

Jackson Costello reviewed Mount Thielsen Trail
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HikingNo shadeRockyScramble

Prepare to do 2/3 of the elevation gain in the last mile but absolutely worth the push. Summit spire is not for the faint of heart. Bring gloves. Don't think you'll need gloves? Bring gloves.

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