Explore the most popular walking 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.

nature trips
6 hours ago

This is a great nature trail that starts at The Marketplace at Saishan and takes you to the beach. From there you can head north to the end of the Salishan Spit or south into Gleneden Beach. This is definitely not a hike by any means but if you are looking for a peaceful walk through nature this is it.

walking
6 hours ago

Great little scenic walk. *** Be aware of the tide*** Most of this trail is on the beach and is impassable at high tide.

great view at the top!!

Great trail with amazing views. While it does get steep in a few areas it's a pretty easy hike.

not muddy or heavily trafficked. nice trail with a gorgeous fall at the end.

Not much of a workout as far as elevation gain goes but by far my favorite walk in the woods I've taken in along time. Beautiful forest views with cool defunct railroad gear. Bring a flashlight, the tunnel is dark and creepy.

The view was up close and personal. Loved it. Also, met the nicest people on this beach!

Such a great park with awesome trails and views! Muddy in some spots so wear decent shoes:)

This was an easy hike. Majority of it is walking up a gravel road but the scenery isn't horrible. Tried to get back to double falls but encountered to much ice on the trail. There is also a trail to get behind the falls and to the bottom

Definitely worth the hike. The hike is pretty easy and the waterfalls are incredible. Sahalie Falls is one of my all time favorites. The trail is heavily trafficked because of all the people passing by on the highway. Would definitely recommend it to anyone

Great trail. I’ve come here many times and it never disappoints. Relatively easy hike for all ages. Has lots of things to see for how short the hike is.

I loved taking my dog on this walk/hike! He had such a great time and There was even a creek he could drink from. Gorgeous trees, gorgeous little rest spots hidden from the trail, and security cameras at some points so I felt safe walking alone with my dog. Would visit again!

Packed ice but still beautiful and decided to use the new snow shoes but you could do it without.

nice wide gravel trail that switchbacks through the trees. trail is still under construction as of 1.14.18 so it just ends at a muddy road. can't wait for it to be finished and connect to the other side. think I may have found my alternative to Spencers butte without having to drive as far.

It was nice. Super super easy. Couple good stops to watch the river. Bathroom just a little shy of half way. Good city hike. It’s paved almost the whole way.

Nice spot, a little less trafficked, good for dogs and kids. The parking is good too.

It’s nice not having to park along the main road in this area of forest park. The trail is a little less traveled than some and the other hikers seemed a little more chill. Would recommend.

Cool falls, but careful if your kids are swimming, there is a rusty car at the bottom of the pool. Looks like a frequent hangout for parties. Broken glass for several yards along the trail. Beer cans, etc.

Beautiful area but the trails aren’t marked well and the loop itself is hard to hike because there are so many different trails.

This trail is beautiful. One minute you are in lush green forest, the next you are looking out at the ocean and smelling salt air. It does have some steep drop off ledges in points so keep dogs on a leash. It also has patches of thick mud and large tree roots so wear appropriate shoes. It is an out and back trail ending in a beautiful look out point.

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