Abiqua Falls | Scotts Mills, Oregon
A 92-foot tall waterfall is at the end of this quick 2.5 mile hike. You won’t have cellphone reception so bring along a good book and pack a lunch, you’ll leave feeling one with nature.
Smith Rock | Terrebonne, Oregon
The Misery Ridge Loop Hike is a beast and will eat and spit out the weak. Make sure you get there early to beat the crowd, it gets quite packed.
Silver Creek Falls | Silverton, Oregon
Located in the largest state park in Oregon, Silver Creek Falls features 10 waterfalls and over 24 miles of walking trail.
Angels Rest | Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
The Gorge borders Washington and Oregon and it has hiking trails that will leave you out of breath and others that will have you smiling the whole trip. No matter what trail you decide to take, the view is stunning.
Opal Creek | Lyons, Oregon
For $5 for a day pass, you’ll be able to hike this 7 mile trail. You don’t have to worry much about a crowd as the Butte Creek Falls is in a remote location.
Butte Creek Falls | Scotts Mills, Oregon
If you are looking for a quick and easy trail, than this 2 mile hike is the one for you. If you get hot, there is a charming waterfall to cool you down.
Triple Falls, Horsetail falls, Oneonta & Ponytail Falls | Columbia River Gorge, Oregon/Washington
These four trails all loop into each other and depending on how hard you want to go, there is a route for you to take. The view is stunning also.
Drift Creek Falls | Lincoln City, Oregon
This dog friendly, 3 mile hike features a 240-foot suspension bridge overlooking the falls. Make it to the bottom of the trail and feel the mist from the falls.
Mill Creek Falls | Prospect, Oregon
Found along the Rogue river, this trail is home to a 173-foot waterfall that is surrounded by giant rocks, and thousands of trees. Go and relax your mind.
Spencer Butte | Eugene, Oregon
A 5 mile round trip, this hike gives you the chance to go at your own pace. It can take from an 1-6 hours to finish this trail.
McKenzie River Trail | Blue River, Oregon
Known as America’s #1 mountain bike trail, this 26 mile hike features the breathtaking 78-foot Sahalie Falls among other jewels that can only be experienced while on the trail.
Fort Stevens | Hammond, Oregon
This former military base is now home to a 11 mile state park. Take a trip on this trial and experience the military museum, the shipwreck of the Peter Iredale and also check out the Civil War re-enactments.
Cape Perpetua | Yachats, Oregon
This hike runs along the coast of Oregon giving hikers one of the most surreal views in the entire state. What’s better than hiking and whale watching…at the same time!