Hiking Trails Near Roseburg, OR
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Hiking Trails Near Roseburg, OR

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Roseburg has 23 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.6 to 61.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Umpqua Hot Springs, Lemolo Lake to Summit Lake and Wolf Creek Falls. Trails.com member Andy L. recently completed Umpqua Hot Springs. See all Roseburg trails.
Best Trails in Roseburg 23 Results
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A series of soaking pools atop a 100-foot terrace that overlooks the North Umpqua River. ...
The drainages of both the North Umpqua River and its largest tributary, Little River, ...
This is a short (0.8 mile, of which the first 0.5 is the “official” route), fantastically ...
Perhaps the most photogenic of the falls near the Lake in the Woods Campground, Hemlock ...
An easy, well-graded trail leads to the bottom of a deep canyon and Yakso Falls. In low-water ...
Super-short, super-sweet. After a couple of switchbacks through second-growth forest, ...
The path that leads to Wolf Creek Falls is as good as old-growth hiking trails get. The ...
What you can see of it is beautiful. Shadow Falls twists and crashes through narrow rock ...
If you’re a waterfall hunter on a time crunch, it can be difficult to pick and choose ...
Because of the minimal distance and elevation gain, the short trek to Susan Creek Falls ...
The aptly named Fern Falls is by no definition a major cascade. And by late summer expect ...
The lower portions of the trail explore peaceful meadows and stands of lodgepole pine ...
This segment of the NUT hugs the riverbank, rising and falling gently to cross several ...
The Hot Springs segment of the North Umpqua Trail (NUT) starts in a Douglas fir and Alaska ...
The distinctive spire of Mount Thielsen, the “Lightning Rod of the Cascades,” rises impressively ...
A complicated route featuring Lemolo Lake, spectacular Warm Springs Pass (high above the ...
The largest unprotected roadless area left in the Cascades, Oregon Cascades Recreation ...
The 55,100-acre mount thielsen wilderness straddles the crest of the Cascades just north ...
Boulder creek is a tributary of the legendary North Umpqua River, a famous steelhead and ...
The name “Dread and Terror” comes from Dread and Terror Ridge, a nondescript hill just ...
This short but deceptively difficult path provides no views of the river (except near ...
A pleasant hike though the Mount Thielsen Wilderness. Trees become sparse as you ascend ...
A day hike (with shuttle access) or a two- to three day, round-trip backpack in the Boulder ...
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