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Amanda's Trail

Lincoln County, Oregon

based on 1 reviews



6.05 miles

Elevation Gain

1483 ft

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Amanda's Trail in Lincoln County, Oregon, is a well-known hiking route. The trail spans approximately 6.05 miles, making it a moderate hike suitable for most fitness levels. The trail is marked by a variety of natural features, including a dense forest canopy, a variety of local flora and fauna, and a notable rock formation known as the "Sea Lion Caves." The trail also offers views of the Yachats River, a significant water body in the region. Hikers should be prepared for a steep incline near the river, which can be challenging but rewarding. The trail is well-maintained and marked, making navigation relatively straightforward. For those planning a hike, it's recommended to wear sturdy footwear due to the trail's rocky terrain. Also, carrying water and snacks is advised as there are no facilities along the trail. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to visit is during the dry summer months.
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Amanda's Trail Reviews

Beautiful hike. Ocean views for part of it. The Amanda tribute…. Beautiful

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