Looking for a great trail near Lincoln City, Oregon? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, walking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Cape Lookout State Park or Devils Punch Bowl State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Kirtsis Park or Holmes Road Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 7 easy trails in Lincoln City ranging from 0.6 to 4 miles and from 6 to 964 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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muddy
scramble
8 days ago

Try to park at the gate on Port Dr. Then take the long loop back after the Knoll. Pleasant walk. Albeit very muddy.

icy
muddy
snow
8 days ago

major snow on the road to get there

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fee
muddy
13 days ago

Only went up to the knoll. It's a little muddy but a steady and gradual incline and then beautiful views of the King Tide over Lincoln City.

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blowdown
muddy
13 days ago

A rainy and windy hike today and it was excellent! I did the 3-mile out and back in one hour. The suspension bridge is very cool, and the waterfall was flowing furiously.

Went this morning 1-8-2020, weather was wet, but not bad, 38 degrees when we started. Trail itself was in excellent shape. The trail is absolutely beautiful and the suspension bride was awesome. The falls were beautiful with an amazing amount of water flowing

hiking
19 days ago

Went in the early afternoon on a Saturday, very wet with a lot of rain. Muddy the entire way in, which is mostly downhill, but was dry on the way out, mostly slight uphill coming out. Coming out didn’t seem as muddy. Suspension bridge across to the falls is really cool. Great view of cascading falls. Well worth the short hike

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blowdown
muddy
21 days ago

hiking
blowdown
no shade
22 days ago

hiking
muddy
22 days ago

This hike experience was great. Very muddy!! This time of season is not ideal to do this hike. I didn’t get to climb up to the gods thumb due to the mud and it was extremely windy I was scared I would fall off. I can’t wait to do this hike when it’s nicer out.

hiking
muddy
24 days ago

hiking
muddy
scramble
24 days ago

This trail might be better in dryer conditions, but being this is the Oregon coast that isn’t entirely clear. The trail is a sloppy mud slip and slide almost the entire way, with multiple 35+ degree slopes to make that even more unpleasant. To cap it off there is a steep, very slippery descent along a very steep ridge, followed by a muddy scramble up an extremely steep hill to the thumb (which you then have to descend facing the same conditions). It wasn’t particularly pleasant and it wasn’t particularly safe. Cascade head offers a superior experience and better views throughout.

Great trail. The suspension bridge is really cool and the falls are gorgeous

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fee
muddy
over grown
25 days ago

hiking
muddy
25 days ago

Amazing views!!! Well worth the mud and slippery conditions.

hiking
muddy
26 days ago

Went on a rainy day at sunrise. There was only one over Vehicle in the parking lot. Very muddy and puddles the entire way to the falls. Downhill to the falls, uphill on the whole way back. Once you get to the bottom you can climb on the rocks to get close and personal for epic pictures or videos but be careful, very slippery! I was soaked from all the mist and back splash of the falls. Bring appropriate clothes if don't want to get wet.

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

Harder than expected, but such a beautiful view

hiking
1 month ago

Be careful if you venture close to the falls. The rocks are insanely slick with green algae/moss. Very difficult to get out if you slide down to the base of the falls.

hiking
muddy
private property
1 month ago

Fun little trail. Be aware there are some muddy patches and steep inclines. You need to be fairly mobile to climb up the thumb or traverse the muddy patches. If you do not regularly exercise, the inclines will spike your heart rate to anaerobic zones as my hiking partner found out.

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