Baker City, OR Trails and Parks

Baker City has 24 trails in the vicinity, including 10 for campgrounds and 5 hiking trails. These trails range from 4.4 to 208 miles in length. The most popular trails are East Eagle - Imnaha Loop (Backpacking), Anthony Lakes Campground and Elkhorn Crest Trail (Backpacking). Trails.com member Zack F. recently completed McGraw Creek Loop.
  • Anthony Lakes / Elkhorn Crest TrailView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Anthony Lakes Recreation Area is located high in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. About one mile of the trip is on forest roads, the rest ...

  • East Eagle - Imnaha Loop (Backpacking)View Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    •  5-6 days
    •  38 miles
    •  Guide

    Here is yet another remarkably beautiful loop hike through the spectacular Wallowa Mountains. The focus here is on the southeast part of the ...

  • McGraw Creek LoopView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    •  Backpack or day hike
    •  14 miles
    •  Guide

    A long day-hike or a two-day backpack in the Hells Canyon Wilderness and the 652,488-acre Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. Hells Canyon ...

  • Anthony Lakes CampgroundView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    At 7,100-foot elevation and only 30 miles northwest of Baker City, is part of the Anthony Lakes Recreation Area, which also includes the much ...

  • Hells Canyon Scenic BywayView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Scenic Drives  
    •  208 miles
    •  Guide

    A 208-mile open loop through the Wallowa Mountains to the rim of Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river-carved canyon. Four possible side ...

  • Baker City AreaView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Birding  
    •  Guide

    The landscape near Baker City is dominated by vast expanses of sage steppe, providing a haven for those species that specialize in this habitat. ...

  • Anthony LakesView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Cross-Country Skiing  
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    The groomed, high-elevation, cross-country trail system at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort in northeast Oregon is a jewel unknown to most Oregon ...

  • North Fork John Day Wilderness Area TrailsView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    •  37.9 miles
    •  Guide

    The Elkhorns are easily one of the most spectacular mountain ranges in Oregon, with rugged, glaciated peaks and numerous subalpine basins. Lying ...

  • Hells Canyon Wilderness Area TrailsView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Hiking  
    •  26 miles
    •  Guide

    Spanning the oregon-idaho border along the Snake River for 70 miles, the sizable Hells Canyon Wilderness is itself part of the larger 652,488-acre ...

  • Elkhorn Crest Trail (Backpacking)View Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    •  3 days
    •  28 miles
    •  Guide

    The jagged spine of the Elkhorn Range rises dramatically above Baker City and the Powder River Valley. Strangely, although countless thousands ...

  • Two ColorView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    In a mixed-conifer stand with a grassy floor, this campground offers both sun and shade. Flowing past camp is Eagle Creek, wide and clear rushing, ...

  • TamarackView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This campground occupies a sunny location above Eagle Creek, with logdefined parking, grassy sites, and an open forest of larch, spruce, and ...

  • Boulder ParkView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    Tucked among the mixed conifers, Boulder Park sits at the Main Eagle Trailhead and is primarily intended to serve people traveling with stock ...

  • Pilcher Creek Reservoir Recreation SiteView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    The centerpiece here is the broad platter of Pilcher Creek Reservoir, cupped by low, rounded meadow-and-forest rises and a scenic aspen-filled ...

  • Mud LakeView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    Across the road from Anthony Lake and the Anthony Lakes Ski Area, this camp is set back from Mud Lake, tucked away in lodgepole pines and spruce. ...

  • Grande Ronde LakeView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    The campsites sit in a high-elevation conifer forest overlooking the broad, wet wildflower meadow that separates this campground from Grande ...

  • Anthony LakeView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This camp occupies a high-elevation forest of small-diameter firs and lodgepole pines along Anthony Lake (elevation 7,100 feet). Campers are ...

  • Boundary Guard StationView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    An historic two-story rustic cabin adjacent to Boundary Creek. In the heart of snow country, you’ll have hundreds of miles of groomed trails ...

  • Peavy CabinView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    The one-room cabin contains a fireplace, woodstove, gas range, refrigerator, lights, sink, large table, and benches, and enough beds to sleep ...

  • Powder River: Milepost 20.5 to Cable Tram (Milepost 34)View Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing  
    •  13 miles
    •  Guide

    The Powder River starts in the Elkhorn Range above the mining town of Sumpter, and flows east through Baker City and into the Snake River at ...

  • Baker City to Sumpter and BackView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Road Biking  
    •  59.2 miles
    •  Guide

    If you have any interest in Oregon's history, here's a route that starts on the Oregon Trail and goes to a site of Oregon's version of the gold ...

  • Twin Lakes LoopView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  17.8 miles
    •  Guide

    The Baker Ranger District warns that this loop is "not for the faint of heart." The climb on forest roads to Marble Pass Trailhead gains over ...

  • Indian RockView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  4.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Sticks, pinecones, and rocks have piled up and obscured portions of this trail. Passing feet and rolling tires would help move some of that debris ...

  • Phillips Reservoir LoopView Trail Details

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    Baker City, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  16 miles
    •  Guide

    This ride is suitable for strong beginners. Eleven miles of mellow, single-track cycling on Shoreline Trail highlight the trip. The trail runs ...