Climbing Trails in Oregon
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Climbing Trails in Oregon

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Oregon has 83 climbing trails. These trails range from 0.1 to 24 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount McLoughlin, Matterhorn and Cowhorn Mountain. Trails.com member Daniel S. recently completed Mount Thielsen.
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The ascent of towering Mount Thielsen, whose tilted spire has earned it the nickname, ...
Mount Bailey Summit Trail is a hiking trail in Douglas County, Oregon. It is within Umpqua ...
A steep scramble of a day hike up Munra Point on a primitive trail. The hike up Munra ...
Rock of Ages Trail is a hiking trail in Multnomah County, Oregon. It is within Mark O. ...
Located in the heart of volcano country, 9,495-foot Mount McLoughlin rises above the pristine ...
Diamond Peak, south of Willamette Pass, is a distinctive landmark with its broad flanks ...
The Strawberry Mountain Wilderness is alpine country. The Strawberry Range, part of the ...
The Tillamook State Forest is a thriving example of a major reforestation project. The ...
Perhaps the best legitimate climbing within close proximity of downtown Portland, the ...
Rising to 8634 feet, Pueblo Mountain is the secondhighest point in southeastern Oregon, ...
From the pass above the Seven Lakes Basin, this hike scales the summit of Devil’s Peak. ...
The Chute is a hiking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Smith Rock State ...
Abbott Butte is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Douglas County, Oregon. It is within ...
A poor, 0.5-mile series of game paths leads from the Chief Joseph Mountain Trail to Dihedrals ...
A steep hike leads from China Ridge Trail to the summit of China Cap.
This off-trail hike climbs from the upper end of Silver Creek Ditch to the summit of Ruby ...
A steep but short scramble leads from Silver Creek Ditch to the summit of Ruby Peak.
Scramble up the northwest ridge of Ruby Peak from Murray Saddle. Although this is not ...
A steep, route climbs from Falls Creek Trail to the summit of Twin Peaks, with a short, ...
This fairly steep hike climbs from Hurricane Creek Trail to the summit of Sacajawea Peak. ...
This moderately steep hike leads from Ice Lake to the Summit of the Matterhorn.
This fairly steep, direct route leads from Chief Joseph Mountain Trail to the summit of ...
First Chute Route is the easiest way to the summit of Chief Joseph Mountain from the ...
A fairly long, steep climb leads from West Fork Wallowa River Trail to the summit of Bonneville ...
Bonneville Mountain is the pyramid-shaped peak directly south of Wallowa Lake. It is the ...
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