Distance

8.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1500 Feet

Activities

Chillin, Photography, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Year Round

Type

Out-and-Back

Added by

John Entwistle

Easy Parking
Forest
Scenic

A hike up through amazing rainforest to a mountain on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.

Starting out at the pullout on the highway across from the Humbug Mountain State Campground, follow the winding trail up through the forrest to the top of the mountain. There is a nice bench at the top for a snack (or a beer). 

The hike is fairly long and demanding, but isn't too steep due to the switchbacks up the mountain. 

There is a west trail and an east trail - We took the west trail up and down, as it is slightly shorter. You could do this route as a loop as well with going up the west trail, and down the east! 

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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From $218/night

WildSpring Guest Habitat

Port Orford, Oregon

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Distance

8.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1500 Feet

Activities

Chillin, Photography, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Year Round

Type

Out-and-Back

Added by

John Entwistle

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