Culver, Oregon

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Top Hiking Spots in and near Culver

  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Steelhead Falls

    4.8
    1.98 mi / 148 ft gain
    Following along the Dechutes river for half a mile you will see where the river progressively gets more aggressive. On both sides of the trail you will see beautiful mountain inclines and jagged cliffs. If your lucky you might just see a bald eagle soaring high above! Along with Steel Head being ...
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    North Point Loop

    5.0
    0.43 mi / 13 ft gain
    North Point Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Terrebonne, Oregon.
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Canyon Trail and Homestead Trail

    2.38 mi / 466 ft gain
    Canyon Trail and Homestead Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Terrebonne, Oregon.
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Misery Ridge Trail

    5.0
    2.58 mi / 919 ft gain
    Misery Ridge Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Terrebonne, Oregon.
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Misery Ridge Loop

    5.0
    2.57 mi / 774 ft gain
    This hike takes you on a tour of the park, starting out with a steep climb up to the top of the formations and then back down past Monkey Face and to the canyon floor.  It's a very popular place so if you're hoping for solitude start early -- the light on the rock walls will be worth rising earl...
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Summit Trail Loop at Smith Rock

    4.6
    6.87 mi / 1506 ft gain
    Smith Rock State Park is an iconic PNW canyon that's become one of the rock climbing capitals of the country, and known worldwide for its sport climbing routes. And while climbing draws crowds year-round, adventurers also visit for its trail system boasting sweeping Central Oregon volcano views. ...
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Snow Camp at Smith Rock

    5.0
    3 mi / 350 ft gain
    Just 140 miles southeast of Portland, and 27 miles north of Bend, lies a clustering of rocks more prominently referred to as Smith Rock.This intricate rock formation is a mecca for climbers during the warm summer months, however the landmark unveils a new face during the snowy season that few eve...
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Smith Rock State Park Canyon Trail

    5.0
    3.27 mi / 587 ft gain
    Smith Rock State Park Canyon Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Terrebonne, Oregon.
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  • Terrebonne, Oregon

    Smith Rock State Park Loop

    4.9
    5.55 mi / 1325 ft gain
    Park your vehicle in the bivouac parking area and hike 200 yards west to the tent campsites. Set up your home away from home at one of the undesignated cliff side campsites overlooking the park. Although it is famous for rock climbing, Smith Rock also boasts an extensive trail system. The best h...
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  • Camp Sherman, Oregon

    Hike the West Metolius River Trail

    8 mi / 280 ft gain
    The West Metolius River trail is one of the finest river trails in Central Oregon due to its easy terrain, beautiful blue water, volcanic spring fed waterfalls, and forest views.  The hike starts just downstream from the Lower Canyon Creek Campground, where there is a bathroom and some picnic tab...
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  • Camp Sherman, Oregon

    Black Butte

    4.5
    3.94 mi / 1493 ft gain
    Just outside of Sisters Oregon is the stunning and popular day hike to the summit Black Butte (Elevation 6,436 feet). At the top, spectacular views of the surrounding Cascades await the intrepid hiker. To get to the trailhead, turn off of Highway 22 onto National Forest Road (NFR) 11, also known...
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  • Sisters, Oregon

    Suttle Lake Loop

    5.0
    3.66 mi / 128 ft gain
    Beginning at the Suttle Lake Lodge just off Highway 20, the Suttle Lake Loop follows a wide dirt path that circumnavigates the entire lake. Hug the lake whenever the trail opens up to camping areas or pavement - it's nearly impossible to become lost on this track. Pass campsites, kayakers, and r...
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  • Deschutes County, Oregon

    Skylight Cave

    4.4
    0.2 mi / -25 ft gain
    The hardest part about getting to Skylight Cave is the drive. Start by coming from Sisters, Oregon, and use the driving directions below to find it. The Google Maps pin is accurate, and if you like coordinates, you can use 44°20'55.3"N 121°42'55.9"W as well. It's recommended you download an offl...
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  • Jefferson County, Oregon

    Hike Canyon Creek Meadow and 3 Fingered Jack

    5.0
    This hike is truly spectacular from the moment you step foot out of your car. Jack Lake lies at the beginning of the trail, and provides a beautiful sample of what's to come. Stop and take pictures if you feel so inclined, but don't stop here to camp, because it gets a LOT better!Follow the trail...
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  • Deschutes County, Oregon

    Summit Black Crater

    5.0
    8 mi / 2211 ft gain
    The Black Crater Trailhead parking lot is accessed off the McKenzie Pass (Hwy 242). The trailhead starting elevation is 5,040ft. (using the iPhone app "Topo Maps". Great app) with a 3.8 Mile hike one way to the Black Crater Summit at 7,251ft of elevation. Some parts of the trail are steep and g...
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  • Sisters, Oregon

    Backpack to Square and Booth Lakes

    2.0
    8 mi / 240 ft gain
    This is an easy access, fairly short backpacking trip to a high mountain lake, which is good for kids. A super dusty, dry and smoke permeated trip to the base of Three Fingered Jack. Forest fires raging throughout the northwest poured smoke in to the entire western half of the state during this A...
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