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Sunriver, Oregon Map
trail running
9 days ago

Really difficult trail run! Had to run intervals to get to the top. Part of it is a semi-scramble. My dog came and enjoyed it too. Beautiful views from the top!! Took about 2.5 hrs RT hauling it with not many stops.

Short, but awesome.

11 days ago

Great rewards for this hike…. rapid flowing mountain stream with rapids, water falls and wild flowers. Ending at two lakes with outstanding view of South Sister and Broken Top mountains! It has it all. NFS guide list this as the most popular hike in Oregon. We could see why! Note to travelers (as of August 2017)… coming from Bend there is no sign on Cascades Parkway for trailhead parking! You enter on the right at the construction stop light and can miss if not paying attention (we did).

13 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed the hike up Tumalo Mountain. Even wide enough at points to walk side by side making for good conversation while hiking.

14 days ago

read samantha's review - hardly "easy" if you have to "bush whack" your way through and have gps guiding you.

We had a wonderful time and watched the best sunset and sunrise we've ever seen.

20 days ago

Good incline hike withe beautiful views from the top. Very smoky today with light trail activity.

20 days ago

21 days ago

This hike would have been absolutely lovely had the fire smoke not been so thick today. Got to the trailhead at 10. Only 1 other car there. Hike steady incline the whole way and dusty but not bad. Up at the top the visibility was zero! Could not even see base of Bachelor. Breathing wasn't an issue with smoke. Hope to go back when clear to get the views!

24 days ago

Absolutely gorgeous hike. Stopped at Green Lake and camped for the night. Do not be discouraged by the fact that this is 'highly trafficked.' We saw some trail runners and other day hike/backpackers, but nothing excessive, on a Saturday and Sunday. Everyone was kind and helpful. Bottom of the trail is more populated, by the time you get to Green lake there are less people. Planning a through hike to Green, then gold lake, then out via the Park Meadow trail, for next year.

The smaller green lake isn't that cold in August, I recommend going for a dip if your joints are hurting at all.

25 days ago