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22
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3 - 76 mi
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12
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4
Hiking
7
Other activities
Medford has 22 trails in the vicinity, including 12 for campgrounds, 4 hiking trails and 7 for other activities. These trails range from 3 to 76 miles in length. The longest trail in Medford is Prospect to Ashland a well-known trail measuring 76 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Siskiyou - Boundary Trail (Backpacking), Viewpoint Mike and Rocky Ridge. Trails.com member Mario R. recently completed Cantrall-Buckley County Park.
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A winter and spring hike with lots of wildflowers, leading to a vista point on a barren ...
Both Sections A and B have a paucity of lakes and a surplus of roads, but in Section C ...
The Rogue–Umpqua Divide Wilderness, a narrow preserve in the forested hills west of Crater ...
The Siskiyou Mountains are unique. Nowhere else in the world is there a similar combination ...
This fine horse camp sits next to a prairie meadow threaded by the West Branch Willow ...
This campground-resort complex occupies more than 900 acres on the west shore of Willow ...
This campground occupies a large flat of pine trees, with a few cedars and firs sprinkled ...
This shaded and landscaped camp fronts the Rogue River downstream from Lost Creek Reservoir. ...
In Rogue River Country, along the southeast shore of Lost Creek Reservoir stretches this ...
Primarily for tent campers, this campground offers a central parking area and walk-to ...
This pleasant campground overlooks Fourbit Creek. Pines and firs shade the camp, which ...
This comfortable campground is on the north shore of Fish Lake, a scenic mountain lake ...
This attractive campground fronts the north shore of Fish Lake, a big, sparkling mountain ...
In an 89-acre woodland of pines, oaks, madrones, and firs sits this county park complex ...
These camps serve visitors to Applegate Reservoir and the surrounding mountains.
There’s one thing to know about Lost Creek Campground: get there as early as possible ...
Beginning among firs and ending among oaks, this run cuts through some wonderful country. ...
This is a steep run with the most difficult rapids in the first 2.5 miles on the Middle ...
This short but beautiful stretch of river begins and ends with 0.3-mile hikes to the put-in ...
If just riding around the rim of Crater Lake isn’t your favored strategy—if you want to ...
If you like variety in your rides and you’ve got all day to ride—and you’d like to maybe ...
Some rides create memories that don’t fade—a challenging climb, an exhilarating descent, ...
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