Hiking Trails Near White City, OR
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Hiking Trails Near White City, OR

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White City has 15 hiking trails. These trails range from 3.2 to 17.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Aspen Butte, Mountain Lakes Loop and Puck Lake. Trails.com member Daniel S. recently completed Badger Lake. See all White City trails.
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The Cold Spring Trail to Isherwood and Heavenly Twin Lakes, largest in the lower Sky ...
Another highly recommended trail from Four Mile Lake (besides the Squaw Lake Trail) is ...
The Nannie Creek Trail and Puck Lake boast two of the most fun names in any wilderness. ...
The Twin Ponds Trailhead is the closest trailhead to the Mount McLoughlin summit, closer ...
The huge avalanche basin on Mount McLoughlin’s east face, extending from near the summit ...
Although the Mountain Lakes area was one of the first in the country to receive official ...
The Table Rocks are a pair of misplaced monoliths that rise above the Rogue Valley northwest ...
Upper Table Rock is a fascinating afternoon diversion for those who have conquered Lower ...
This “mighty fortress,” with the look of a flat-topped desert mesa, is one of the prominent ...
Highlight: Two lovely little lakes and portions of the Mountain Lakes Loop Trail.
Aspen Butte is a handsome peak by any standard and not that difficult a climb. The north ...
Even though it’s 6.7 miles to Lake Harriette, this most popular of all routes into the ...
The ascent of southern Oregon’s Fujiyama is a major undertaking. The McLoughlin Trail ...
Highlight: A stunning, seldom-visited gem, with panoramic views of the Sky Lakes Basin. ...
For the Sky Lakes Basin’s most scenic and lakefilled area, continue on the Sky Lakes Trail ...
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