Best Trails Near La Grande OR
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Best Trails Near La Grande OR

38
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0 - 313 mi
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17
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17
Road Biking
35
Other activities
La Grande has 38 trails in the vicinity, including 17 hiking trails, 17 for road biking and 35 for other activities. These trails range from 0 to 313.6 miles in length. The longest trail in La Grande is Wallowa Mountains and Hells Canyon Loop a well-known trail measuring 313.6 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Eagle Creek-West Eagle Loop, Southeast Wallowas Loop and West Lostine River Loop. Trails.com member Sol K. recently completed West Lostine River Loop.
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A 190-mile drive on paved roads through desert, grasslands, and over the Blue Mountains ...
This area of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest is known as the Spring Creek Great Gray ...
Located in the broad Grande Ronde Valley between the Blue and Wallowa Mountains, the area ...
A pleasant overnight spot for the RV or camping crowd, with a quiet tree-lined stream ...
A beautifully restored hotel and resort on the shores of a warm-water lake. The refurbished ...
The Wallowa Mountains have almost 500 miles of trails, and every foot of every trail is ...
Hidden in a high basin along Hurricane Divide, Frances Lake is a delightful destination ...
Alpine lakes, high passes, idyllic meadows, wildlife— words such as “sublime” and “enchanting” ...
This camp caters to the needs of off-highway-vehicle and dirt bike enthusiasts, with trails ...
Conveniently located off I–84 near an Oregon Trail interpretive site, this campground ...
At this Grande Ronde River campground, large, extra-wide paved parking spaces help get ...
At this Grande Ronde River park, RVers can dry-camp in the designated spaces. Tent campers ...
This campground occupies a narrow strip between I–84 and the Grande Ronde River. It is ...
This campground enjoys a peaceful setting of tall ponderosa pines, firs, and larches. ...
24 x 15-foot one-room bunkhouse with a very low ceiling. In need of some Forest Service ...
This is the popular wilderness run of the Wallowa–Grande Ronde. Boaters may spend two ...
This run initially retains the agricultural and rangeland character of the Grand Ronde ...
This gentle, slowly flowing stretch has appeal for leisurely day outings. The borders ...
This is a favorite conditioning and play run for local boaters. Raft races on this stretch ...
The river canyon broadens considerably on this run and is bounded by open forest and some ...
The put-in is near an old dam at the edge of Tony Vey Meadows, though the 8 miles above ...
A few logistical thoughts about this route: Cycle Oregon rode this con?guration in six ...
I’ve been there to ride at least four times, and it’s always been memorable, in a good ...
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