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

hiking
20 hours ago

I absolutely loved hiking this trail, ended up hiking almost 13 miles to see the entire thing! So many beautiful waterfalls and you get to walk behind 4 of them which was incredible!! I highly recommend!!!

trail running
21 hours ago

A couple of things about this trail - first, the smells at the beginning are terrible, but they go away around a mile and a half. Absolutely no restrooms. Great for getting miles in. The location that AllTrails sends you to wasn't correct - it puts you at the gate of someone's house. The gravel parking lot is across the canal at (^) N/S of Hwy 126 (MP 23.8) W of Leaburg Dam, Oregon 97489 right next to the fish hatchery.

We recently had some rain and the trail wasn’t passable today. There is a stream that you need to cross but with the rain it was a impassable. We will come back in the summer and try it again.

Short trail but perfect for kids. Challenging enough for the little ones and Nice waterfall at the end for the adults

I made it to the top today and it took all the will power I had. Didn’t get the sunny view but will try sometime in the summer again when I’m in much better shape! The views came out intermittently, and I was able snag a couple fun scenes.

hiking
muddy
rocky
1 day ago

This loop is not 4 miles, it’s more like 5.5! It was a great trail and I highly recommend it but if you were hoping for only 4 miles, you’ll be sad! Winter time is great, saw lots of waterfalls and not a lot of people out for a Saturday.

hiking
1 day ago

Heavy salamander traffic! Watch you step. Not just for the little crawly critters but also the makeshift bridges. Those things are just rotten logs laid down across the run off areas. They are far from safe, so watch your step!

hiking
1 day ago

Great trail! Fairly easy out and back hike.

Fun fairly easy trail to get out in and just have a peaceful hike. Not to many people in January that’s for sure.

This is one of my favorite waterfalls. It's so beautiful and I have a connection with this trail. I am beyond sad it is still closed.

Hiked on 1/15/19: smooth road to TH, minimal parking, no fee to park, no bathrooms but Cascade Locks is close by. Well-marked trail with easy incline. Beautiful forest although the Eagle Creek Fire definitely left it’s charred mark. Pass under a few ugly power lines and logging road. The falls are beautiful! Nice easy hike for families.

With Kim and Eriq. Foggy morning.

What a wonderful place to visit! The park was clean, no trash spewed about. There was 1 homeless encampment, but it was well off the trail. The Ashland Creek runs along the trail, adding sound to a visually beautiful walk. We encountered at least 30 other couples walking, which was nice to see. We will make this a regular place to visit!

Hiking in the pouring rain on top of sheets of mud and ice? Is there anything better in this life? I think not. Great trail, probably gets crowded but in the horrendous wonderful weather I had it to myself.

Good trail with spectacular views!

very good beach loved it

If you follow the directions here it's all logging road but really does help stretch out the muscles. I usually find other trails to wonder off on to complete a nice long sustained workout.

Trail head is marked but once you get in there is no sign which way the trail goes.. go to the left. This app helped me go the right way though. Sections of the trail are slightly over grown but nothing that stopped myself, 2yr and 5yr from continuing.

walking
3 days ago

Absolutely stunning, the trail was amazing with amazing views. The offshoots were my favorite. There was a ton of snow on the west side of the trail which made it a lot more challenging, but overall it was a great hike!

Thursday, 1/17/19

Arrived at 12:30pm and a school bus was leaving (thankfully). Overall, it was crowded. My dog and I ran into 5 other dogs and 10-15 people altogether. Everyone was very friendly, but the trail is narrow and steep in lots of locations, so be mindful of Fido and the leash rule. Some muddiness, as to be expected. One bridge was out and atop the

walking
3 days ago

Nice trail for an easy walk with two dogs. There are only a couple narrow spots- otherwise the trail is mostly flat, wide, and dry. Good vantage points to see/access the river.

Nice urban hike opportunity! Gorgeous flora and fauna. Majestic redwoods. Well traveled trails that are very well marked and have good signage.

Great hike!

This is a wonderful hike!

hard hard hard but love the challenge and the views!

hiking
muddy
4 days ago

It was very steep. To get to the top you literally go straight up. Be careful when muddy. It was a bit difficult to find the trail. There are many different trails! Use the map!! Worth it getting to the top! Wonderful very.

hiking
snow
4 days ago

It is beautiful trail covered with snow. Some areas are very slippery. Unfortunately, I didn’t see Mt Hood. I am not sure it is due to weather or just missing it. Lake is frozen and has lots of foot print. I have no guts to step on it.

Caught this trail on a sunny winter day and it was perfect. I took the inland route straight up, which was wide and fairly straight, and full of old growth sitkas. I walked out to the lighthouse view and listened to the huge tides crashing below. Continued the loop down along the coastline and caught a number of different views of the sunset. Western trail was way more interesting with twists and turns and different vegetation. Highly recommend!

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