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This is a perfect, pretty easy/ moderate hike to spend a couple hours enjoying the Rogue River and it’s beautiful bends and rapids! Great for the pups, and when the salmon are coming through in October/ November they’re really a sight to see trying to jump up the falls!!

hiking
10 hours ago

Beautiful. You def will need crampons... I did it without and it was so scary. Every slip my life flashed before my eyes. Lol.

Don't know why it's rated hard. It's a pretty easy, fairly flat trail. About a third of it burned and it's horrendous with mosquitoes from May-August. Other than that it's a nice easy trail.

hiking
11 hours ago

There's a volunteer group that grooms the trail and they've recently groomed it all.... Kudos to them. The trail is the widest I've ever seen. There is a sand dune on the end but it is a very easy, very modest walk that a toddler could do right now. The dunes change however with winter storms and so does the creek in this area but I've never seen it when you couldn't easily get to the ocean.

12/15/18: This trail is groomed mostly to Middle Rosary Lake though the snow gets a little deeper closer to the lakes. Bring your snowshoes or skis. Only went as far as Middle Rosary as trail was not blazed to Upper, and I was in hiking boots only. This was probably the last weekend before winter weather that you could walk it without snowshoes to keep from sinking and protect the integrity of the trail. Middle Rosary Lake with Pulpit Rock in the backdrop is stunning. Looking forward to returning next season to climb Maiden Peak.

hiking
12 hours ago

A wonderful hike, but I would not recommend bringing children this time of year. We brought hiking poles (thankfully) but I still slipped and fell on the ice about 5 times. Definitely worth it, but if you don't have ice spikes on your shoes you will definitely end up sliding on your butt down a hill.

Just finished hiking this trail with my bf and his dog! lovely atmosphere even in the cold winter months. Awesome river spots to stop and take pictures and very calm and quiet paths into the deeper forested area. Love that its dog friendly and didn't have that many people if you go before 10am!

I did the hike backwards from what this site shows to do, it helped not to have all the incline. Brought my 11 year old brother and he did just fine. A little muddy in some spots but no ice. Had a great time.

hiking
13 hours ago

No dogs allowed on or off leash. Stupid.

To many homeless and people smoking marijuana.

Good for 20-30 min trails. You'll see ponds and diving ducks. Nature center provides guides to help you map your route.

Great for a daily workout!

Hiked on 12/13. Well marked trail, no parking fee, no bathrooms at TH. Steady incline, steep in a few places, breathtaking views of the gorge. This trail goes through a lot of the burn area but there is so much green mixed in. Beautiful waterfalls, and portions of the trail follow Wahkeena Creek and she is a beauty...we came back down Larch Mtn trail and got to see Multnomah Falls which was an added bonus...had to walk along scenic Hwy for 200 feet, then there was a well marked trail that took us back to car.

snowshoeing
1 day ago

Took the Porcupine Loop trail for snowshoeing. It was spectacular. Signage was off so we missed the new warming hut, but the trip really was breathtaking. Get a map that shows the loop (and not just the main trail which is for cross country skiing) and your golden. This is supposed to be a heavily used area but we only bumped into 2-3 other parties for the whole thing. Not bad at all. Easy to get to, well groomed trail.

Something you dream of!

The hike is a must! Each waterfall is amazing! Easy hike

A nice walk! Nothing challenging, good for families, stroller and wheelchair accessible.

hiking
2 days ago

Incredible views on this hike

Came here on 12/7/18 roads were icy on the route alltrails takes you on Google maps. Dirt road coming in seemed a lot worse (pit hole riddled) than leaving. There are two vaulted toilet stalls here and they were clean. You can rent cabins at jawbone flats. If you want to do the loop I would make a right at the trailhead for the pools when you first come across the bridge it will be easier to follow if you don't have a preloaded map. This place is a must see the road is easy and opal pools trail is moderate to hard. This trail is 9.9 miles and we finished it in 5.5hrs. In jawbone flats the bathroom is closed for the winter. You can rent cabins in jawbone flats and if you are handicap, you can drive in if you are renting a cabin. Cabin prices are fairly expensive over $100. Jawbone flats is privately owned and surrounded by national forrest. You need a northwest forrest pass to park here or an American the beautiful or day pass. I believe $5/visit/day. We were the first ones on the trail and when we left there were 3 or 4 other cars in the lot on a Friday. There is ice on the trail this time of year in the early mornings so use caution. No drinkable water here if you are doing a day trip here, so make sure you bring plenty of water or have a filtration system. There are people that live here all year long (we saw 3 people that worked in jawbone flats). We saw 3 people and 3 dogs while we were heading back to the car (2 dogs were not on leashes). The small trail on the opal pool side I'd call moderate to hard with some steep climbs and drop offs, it is a single track trail. Lots of place to camp on this side.

Came here on 12/7/18 roads were icy on the route alltrails takes you on Google maps. Dirt road coming in seemed a lot worse (pit hole riddled) than leaving. There are two vaulted toilet stalls here and they were clean. You can rent cabins at jawbone flats. If you want to do the loop I would make a right at the trailhead for the pools when you first come across the bridge it will be easier to follow if you don't have a preloaded map. This place is a must see the road is easy and opal pools trail is moderate to hard. This trail is 9.9 miles and we finished it in 5.5hrs. In jawbone flats the bathroom is closed for the winter. You can rent cabins in jawbone flats and if you are handicap, you can drive in if you are renting a cabin. Cabin prices are fairly expensive over $100. Jawbone flats is privately owned and surrounded by national forrest. You need a northwest forrest pass to park here or an American the beautiful or day pass. I believe $5/visit/day. We were the first ones on the trail and when we left there were 3 or 4 other cars in the lot on a Friday. There is ice on the trail this time of year in the early mornings so use caution. No drinkable water here if you are doing a day trip here, so make sure you bring plenty of water or have a filtration system. There are people that live here all year long. we saw 3 hikers and 3 dogs on this trail 2 dogs were not leashed up.

Beautiful day for a hike. this was a nice hike

walking
2 days ago

It’s an easy hike to a beautiful view. Anybody could do it. Trail is very well maintained and well marked.

Absolutely beautiful! We did this hike yesterday and there was a bit of snow on the trail so be mindful about the weather when you go. Clampons/spikes would be useful!

on rowena crest- Beautiful spot with a couple hiking trails nearby. There is no bathroom here. It is a must see gorge stop. I came here to hike Rowena plateau. Lots of information kiosks. Also some picnic areas.
- On the trail I visited here on Saturday 12/8/18, there was light snow on the trail, but no ice. I hiked 2.4 miles and did the loop portion as well. lots of side trails that go off to look at different sides of the plateau. I saw two other people hiking the trail when I was there. Not much elevation gain, but if you bring children keep an eye on them as there are steep drop offs. The two ponds were also all iced over when I went. The other trail at this location is Tom McCall.

great view at the top.

Great hike, beautiful falls. Well marked

BE AWARE ICY TRAIL!! Wanted to hike larch mountain trail on 12/8/18, but signs at multnomah said it was closed from here, then I attempted to hike to the top of the falls, which I've never done and again the trail was way too icy... I think it was at switchback 2 or 3 out of 11 long switchbacks that I gave up, with every step even with my trekking pole I was slipping with each step. I'll have to try another time. There was also freezing rain when I was here.

BE AWARE ICY TRAIL!! Wanted to hike larch mountain trail on 12/8/18, but signs at multnomah said it was closed from here, then I attempted to hike to the top of the falls, which I've never done and again the trail was way too icy... I think it was at switchback 2 or 3 out of 11 long switchbacks that I gave up, with every step even with my trekking pole I was slipping with each step. I'll have to try another time. There was also freezing rain when I was here.

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