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    • Detroit, Oregon

      Boca Cave & Triangulation Peak

      4.0
      4.75 mi / 1053 ft gain
      Triangulation Peak, Spire Rock and Boca Cave TH #3372 The trail starts on level ground where you travel east along the top of the ridge. There are multiple trees that have fallen across the trail making the hike quite adventurous. Some trees you'll go over and some you will need to go under. Dep...
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    • Centerville, Washington

      Hike through Dalles Mountain Ranch

      4.5
      5 mi / 480 ft gain
      Just north of The Dalles lies a park most have never heard of despite it's astounding 3,338 acres in size... Columbia Hills Historical State Park. A large park comprised of many smaller ones, the outdoor lover may come here to enjoy kayaking or fishing on the 90 acre lake, rock climb the ragged o...
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    • Gladstone, Oregon

      Run the Clackamette Park Loop

      1.2 mi / 10 ft gain
      Clackamette Park is known for its prime destination right off of the freeway and across from Oregon City's most popular shopping area, but it's frequented for its public boat dock, RV facilities, and handicap-accessible picnic benches. While the rest of Portland's parks freeze over or flood, Clac...
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    • Detroit, Oregon

      Russell Lake via Whitewater Creek Trailhead

      4.8
      11.4 mi / 1926 ft gain
      This hike begins 7.5 miles down Whitewater Road at the Whitewater Trailhead, about 10 miles east of Detroit Lake. The road is bumpy, but can be navigated at slow speeds, even without four-wheel drive. Make sure to fill out a wilderness pass once you arrive at the trailhead. The trail is very wel...
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    • Lyons, Oregon

      Swim at Three Pools

      5.0
      To get there from Salem, Follow Hwy. 22 east to Mehama. Turn on Little North Santiam Road (FS 2209) and proceed for 12 miles to Three Pools Day Use Area. Three Pools is by far one of the most popular swimming holes in the Northwest. With multiple swimming holes within just feet from one another i...
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    • Lyons, Oregon

      Henline Falls Trail

      5.0
      1.71 mi / 312 ft gain
      The trail is a washed out, old mining road making its way through a lush forest with a mix of ferns, moss covered trees, and towering Douglas Firs with trees blown over from wind storms lining both sides of the trail. I call those Big Foot traps. The trail comes to a fork, stay to the left you ar...
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    • Oregon City, Oregon

      Walk the Canemah Bluff Loop

      4.5
      1.6 mi / 200 ft gain
      You'll never stumble upon Canemah Park unless you're really looking for it. Tucked away in the hills of Oregon City above the Locks, this residential park has a miniature-sized set of everything you'd expect in a children's park: Playground, picnic benches, bathrooms, and wide, forested trails. D...
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    • Carson, Washington

      Falls Creek Falls

      4.8
      5.82 mi / 1512 ft gain
      The trail to Falls Creek Falls is well maintained with a few short moderately steep areas. The trail hugs the creek for the first mile, and takes you through old growth trees for the second mile. Once the falls are in sight, make sure to stop and look up to see the top tier through the trees. It'...
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    • Portland, Oregon

      Rocky Butte

      4.2
      Joseph Wood Hill Park is another under-the-radar gem right in the heart of the city. It’s located on Rocky Butte, an extinct volcanic cylinder cone, and provides a sweeping panoramic view of Portland and beyond. Accessing the park is easy – you can drive directly there and parking is plentiful. ...
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    • West Linn, Oregon

      Run Old River Road to George Rogers Park

      5.0
      4.8 mi / 100 ft gain
      Portland and its surrounding suburbs are filled with trails and hidden treasures, including this stretch along the Willamette River. This road is a super popular pedestrian path and can be accessed from West Linn, the Mary's Woods and Marylhurst Development, or from Lake Oswego off of Highway 43....
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    • Portland, Oregon

      Mount Tabor Loop

      4.5
      1.88 mi / 325 ft gain
      Mount Tabor City Park is located in the heart of southeast Portland and is situated atop an extinct volcano. It’s comprised of more than 190 acres of beautiful Douglas Fir forest and features several relatively easy routes to the top: the easiest being the road you can drive (but what’s the fun i...
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    • Portland, Oregon

      Mount Tabor Park

      4.3
      Sitting 400 feet above the city with views of Mt. Hood and Portland doesn't sound to bad right?? Mount Tabor is located in Southeast Portland and is a once active volcano. There are 196 acres of park for you to explore. In order to photograph the best pictures of Mt. Hood I highly suggest gettin...
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    • Detroit, Oregon

      Dome Rock via the Upper Trailhead

      2.36 mi / 479 ft gain
      From Highway 22 at the Breitenbush River Bridge, in Detroit, turn north on to French Creek Rd. Drive up French Creek about 7.7 miles to the Upper TH #3379/3381 to Dome Rock and Tumble Lake. The trail can be found on the left side of the road and is easily seen after you pass it. It's best to pass...
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    • Portland, Oregon

      Run Springwater Corridor Trail

      4.0
      7 mi / 50 ft gain
      Springwater Corridor is a 40-mile paved trail that stretches from downtown Portland all the way to Boring. This trail is wide, virtually flat, and yes, paved - but there is a clear manmade path on the dirt shoulders that's friendlier to knees. Any given day, you'll see dozens of cyclists and pede...
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    • Gates, Oregon

      Natural Rock Arch

      5.0
      0.68 mi / 449 ft gain
      The Santiam Forest is well known for its many beautiful spots, but this one is fairly uncommon. It's likely you will be the only person out here. Since it's such a short hike, just about a mile round trip, you could easily make it a pit stop on your way to or from someplace else and not have to w...
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    • Idanha, Oregon

      Pamelia Lake Trail

      4.0
      4.37 mi / 906 ft gain
      Pamelia Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Idanha, Oregon.
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