Explore the most popular trails near Roseburg 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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horseback riding
28 days ago

This is a trail in the north bank habitat wildlife area in roseburg by glide -great place -beautiful . Not too muddy right. Now . Not sure why it is listed separately.....

I did not get to hike to far on this trail, my grand daughter was with me and after the first bend she did not want to go. It was a beautiful day. I would not call this easy. The trail is steep, but it is free of brush. I to got a tick on me also.

B-o-o-o-o-o-o-ring. Roseburg needs more paved bike trails away from traffic.

hiking
2 months ago

More of a moderate hike with the first 2 miles 95% uphill.
Not bad, not great.

more for driving or biking.

It's ok for a little get away.However it's located directly in town.

(AllWill) nice easy trail

Trail is along side interstate 5 and 4 lane streets for about 60% of it. Did not enjoy this walk and won't be back. Only rated one star to post review.

off road driving
7 months ago

It's a really long trail but when you start getting deeper into it you can find a lot of back trails to drive and also amazing views

Beautiful, scenic, and great for dogs. Steep, too. I wouldn't rate this as easy. Will do again.

This is close to town but far enough to feel like you get away. I have gone many times and have found ticks often. Other than the ticks, it's a wonderful hike.

hiking
10 months ago

Sunday, June 12, 2016

This was a nice hike, not quite what I was expecting. Peaceful area, nice views. Hiked it June 11, 2016. recommend long pants as ticks were abundant. Only wildlife we spotted were a couple lizards and birds. :(

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

hiking
Sunday, March 20, 2016

It was more difficult than we expected but we completed the entire loop, measured 7.8 miles for us. We started on the right trailhead (facing away from the road). There was a lot of elevation change but gorgeous open views which is hard to find in Douglas County. We hiked in February and there were some wet spots along the trail and a lot of standing water on the trail at the end, our feet got wet the last mile. Walking sticks helped on the inclines. We took our dog and he loved it. Saw a few deer. We will definitely be doing this hike again.