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bugs
rocky
scramble
14 hours ago

Because I am an easy/moderate hiker, this was probably one of the hardest I've done. In my own opinion, I think it's better to go when cloudy, and not too hot. I usually take 2-3 stops, this took me more than multiple!! What I had read was that it'd take about 2/3 hours to finish, but glad I had it done before 3 hours. But then again, I've gone hiking about 3 times a year, and this is my fourth one of the year. Reaching the top is definitely worth it, I had never felt so alive.

hiking
14 hours ago

Breath taking views with the fresh smell of the ocean and pines combined. The best of both worlds

hiking
14 hours ago

Breath taking views with the fresh smell of the ocean and pines combined. The best of both worlds

hiking
15 hours ago

hiking
15 hours ago

Take the first right after the Lake of the Woods Campground. There is a large pull out on the right about 500 feet down the road. The trailhead is on the left. About 1/2 mile you hear the first waterfall, Tributary Falls. There’s an easy scramble to the base of the falls after you cross the bridge. You’ll hear the next series of falls before you see them. They are listed as Middle Hemlock Falls although there are three distinct falls. You’ll see a scramble on the right leading down to the base of a 25 ft waterfall. Looking down stream, you’ll see a ledge that you can’t see from the trail. From the ledge, the creek drops 80ish feet. After much bushwhacking and climbing, we couldn’t find any access to the base from the trail side. Maybe from the other side? Once back on the trail, you pass a small slide falls and a 15 footer as the trail switchbacks a few times before reaching Clover Falls. There are a few scrambles to the base. The moss is thick and slippery but it’s worth the risk for the unobstructed view and mist.

Nothing too hard, few bumps and muddy after a rain. Just have to watch for hikers if you are biking. Nice forest ride, if it's a hot day you can expect it nice and cool under the trees

fun tail. will do again

hiking
off trail
rocky
scramble
20 hours ago

May 16th provided lots of snow. The PCT disappeared after 20 minutes. Leftover snow was a mixed blessing. Most of it was consolidated. Attempting this entire route without ropes would be a serious mistake. Someone said the summit is the size of a coffee table. No, it’s more like a nightstand!

20 hours ago

fun and easy! it's easy to miss the trailhead because the little parking area is not marked, it's just a pull out across the road from the trailhead (which just looks like an old forest road). about halfway around, the trail becomes single track and begins a short but steady incline - still easy. very, very pretty and you can hear the ocean from parts of the trail!

hiking
20 hours ago

Beautiful view, great hike! The trail was a difficult to see, but basically any way you hike up the hill is gorgeous, covered in many kinds of wildflowers, and it doesn’t change the difficulty much. We did not see any rattlesnakes, however I know some mentioned that they’ve been spotted there. We took our dogs, and they enjoyed it, make sure you take extra water though! The incline is I would say a “medium” because though it may be steep in places, the ground is very grippy and easy to hike on. No shade at all so a hat is a must! The tip about google maps is correct, you pass the gravel road that you should be turning on. You go up the gravel road and you’ll see two barrels that are labeled no trespassing, when you see those barrels, you’ll also see a spot to turn left into a parking lot.

hiking
rocky
21 hours ago

Some rocky areas. View is 100% worth the trip. Can’t wait for summer sunsets from the top

This is not the "Laurel Hill Chute Trail", but a section of the Pioneer Bridle Trail.

Really good for beginners! Cool Mountain View area as well.

I would not consider this difficult. Moderate, sure. It's a gorgeous hike and is almost exclusively in the woods and old growth timber from roughly mile 3 on. I went up on April 27th and made it to the ridge before hitting snow to where I had to turn back. It took 3 hours to get to the ridge and less than 2 to get back down. Dog friendly. Didn't see anyone else once I got into the woods. The trail is well maintained.

Absolutely incredible! Follows the river and has lots of water access if you want to go dip your feet in the water. Very dog friendly. No marked points, just turn around when you feel like it. Very little elevation change. Good trail for beginners but enjoyable by all skill levels.

I wouldn’t say this was moderate but it was definitely neat to see the lava flow very different perspective and landscape

trail running
blowdown
1 day ago

This is a great place for trail running. There are not many areas around SW Oregon that you can get a long run in without climbing and dropping a bunch of elevation... but this is one! The trail is narrow single track. It goes through many different forest types and includes some great views. I recommend long pants for poison oak prevention.

The trail is in good shape. Nice easy uphill hike to the falls. We did need to put bug spray on near the falls.

hiking
1 day ago

Good trail a solid workout for any level definitely. Perk to this trail is the fact that you can enjoy it in the Sun or rain we went when it was rainy and was still beautiful didn’t get too wet. Must try trail for all !

magical little place

Hiked Round Mountain North on 5/18/19. Google maps driving directions through the app brought me to a random spot right before Walton Campground. Pass it on your left and see the road to the TH on your right soon after. Trail is quite muddy and there is still enough snow to mask trail in some of the higher parts. It took a bit of route finding in spots. There are downed trees too. North trail is closer to 8 mi round trip as an out and back. Beautiful beginning spring bloom of wildflowers and meadows of corn lilies.

hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful canyon hike! If you drove in on the FS road, it’s a rough road & the gate is locked. So we walked .75ish to the TH. Stopped at the first water crossing & hiked back with my old dog. Good time & will do more sans old dog.

This was a great hike, only saw one person at the start, and had lots of elevation. I would be careful of the poison oak in spots and the trail system requires AllTrails app or map as It would be easy to get turned around. Happy Trails

short but cute, close to roads mostly uphill

hiking
bridge out
1 day ago

Good, easy hike. Not too busy this time of year. Part of the trail is out, it’s blocked off (see photo attached). We went past the signs anyway and it was just a little wonky. Just use caution and it’s fine. Very easy, very picturesque. Also, road is not closed anymore. Lots of campers by the lake with cars and tents.

this trail is mellow and beautiful

Nice trail quite simple, don't use the app's directions. Go to Camp Creek Campground and park on the side before gate entrance or there are spots inside campground. Just past gate stay right, follow till you see a bridge on left, start of trail. Enjoy!

beautiful hike, pack pea gravel trails . Couldn't have been better

AMAZING HIKE!

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