Explore the most popular trails near Redmond with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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The trail shown comes nowhere near Cline Falls, it actually is in and around the Eagle Crest development. To view. Cline Falls, park in Cline Falls State Park, and hike downstream, under the highway bridge....it takes approximately 15-20 min. The falls are more impressive than you'd imagine.

walking
9 days ago

Great trail for more leisurely exercise. Very flat. Great for biking as well.

Nice easy trail, family friendly, beautiful views of the river. The hike down to the river is a good work out, but otherwise is fairly even, gentle inclines etc. a few mini trails will take you too the water itself, so you could plan to cool off in the water.

Fun place to walk out to. We went from the state park, NOT the directions here - as these literally have you parking in front of a nice house in a neighborhood ! Don’t recommend that as it’s in a resort. Go to the state park off the main highway. Park- and walk back up towards where you came in. Trailhead is on the left as you walk back to highway. Go under bridge and easy to find .

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful, tougher than we imagined it would be, but an incredible workout with the steep descent + incline of the trail. I’d recommend wearing hiking boots as the trail gets pretty rocky at times.

mountain biking
3 months ago

we love the full loop at Maston, usually starting at the north trailhead and going counter clockwise. Beautiful territorial views of the Three Sisters Mtns. Some rocky technical stuff, and a little dry in late summer. Lots of options. I have ridden this and not encountered any other riders and then other times a dozen bikers. My wife loves the south run that we call the Traverse. She gives that section 5 stars

Great views of the falls with multiple photo opportunities. Very short hike, more of a viewpoint than a hike. Only took us about 10 minutes to get to the falls.

Very quiet when I went. Lots of loops to choose from. Not very challenging at all and you share the trail with lots of bikers.

Lovely short trail. Sunday afternoon, almost no one but us on the trail.

Beautiful views.

hiking
6 months ago

I walked the 2.2 miles of the RED section of this trail system in late January (see map in the photos for this trail).

I accessed the trail-head by driving through the Eagle Crest Resort residential area (there are several access points).

The loop I took immediately descends to the river's edge and then follows it downstream (north) for a bit more than a mile. I would have opted for the larger loop (WHITE route) but had already hiked up Cline Butte earlier in the morning and therefore only wanted to "get a feel' for this area. The trail is also used by trail runner but, on this sunny Saturday, it was very pleasant and moderately used.

There are a few spurs off the trail that provide access to the river. The trail itself is essentially flat along the river and on the top of the bluff (with a quick descent from the parking area and a longer ascent back to the bluff at the mid-point of the loop). The river portion leaves most signs of urban developments behind and provide close up views of not just the Deschutes river but also the cliffs on the eastern side.
Just before climbing back up and away from the river, the views open to the north and to the Cline Falls State park on the far bank.

The return leg follows a carefully manicured and paved path through the residential area and (initially) along the golf course. About halfway back on that leg, the open terrain showcases the Cline Butte area to the west.

Note: this particular loop does NOT provide access the the Cline Falls area which is located further north, across Hwy 126

trail running
8 months ago

Rocky terrain but loved this loop. had to turn around at the rock with cell, because my old dog could not get over the rock. Going again to finish the loop.

on Scout Camp Trail

hiking
9 months ago

SOOO pretty!

Went to take the hike but opted out as it begins in a residential area.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Great hike, beautiful views. Need to be in good shape!

Friday, July 14, 2017

Peaceful. Beautiful. Clean. Nicely paved for biking and hiking. Steep stairs to run for cardio. Lots of nice people and a big dog park at the beginning of the trail for the pups.

Nice groomed trail after the first 1/2 mile or so. Beautiful views.

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Great spring hike. Very interesting rock formations. The balsam root should be in full bloom now.

At the riverbank there is a small rock cliff that has a solar cell on top. We wondered if the spring run off had covered the trail. But no, just climb over the rock and you are on the trail again.

This map routes through a gated neighborhood and not directly to the trail

Sunday, January 08, 2017

Great paved road/trail for biking and running! Lots of side trails branch off of it also. Only downside is the one of the trail heads is next to Redmond's sewage treatment plant (in other words besides being an eye-sore, it smells horrible ESPECIALLY in the summer)

Sunday, October 23, 2016

it was good when I was at a beginner level. but now that I can complete the entire canyon from start to finish and back it's like nothing to me. all flat trail.

Monday, September 05, 2016

There is no trail here-this is an incorrect location

trail running
Thursday, August 27, 2015

It was great nice trail friendly people

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