This list represents the most popular trails in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Alder Glen Recreation Site
In a moss-draped alder and maple setting, this welcoming Nestucca River campground sits across the river from a lacy, pyramid-shaped ...
#2 Eagle Creek Trail to Wahtum Lake
The second most famous and perhaps most enjoyable hike in the Gorge. Eagle Creek Trail is second only to Multnomah Falls ...
#3 Salmon River
Zigzag Mountain, OR
The Salmon River, which starts on the slopes of Timberline Ski Area, is the only river in the lower 48 states that is classified ...
#4 Trillium Lake Loop
Government Camp, OR
Trillium Lake is a classic winter sight, and not something you would expect to find so close to a highway. The wide sweep ...
#5 Cape Lookout Trail
Cape Lookout State Park, OR
Cape Lookout Trail is a hiking trail in Tillamook County, Oregon. It is within Cape Lookout State Park. It is 2.3 miles long ...
#6 Henry Hagg Lake
Forest Grove, OR
Henry Hagg Lake is a 1,200-acre reservoir that provides excellent fishing opportunities for a variety of fish species. Constructed ...
#7 Jones Creek
In historic Tillamook State Forest, this campground offers beautiful sites in a mature, even-aged Douglas fir forest riddled ...
#8 Timberline Trail Loop (Backpacking)
The Timberline Trail circling Mount Hood is probably the most famous footpath in the state. Guidebooks describing the finest ...
#9 Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area
The trails in the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area take you through a rich coastal ecosystem, giving visitors an excellent ...
#10 Mirror Lake
Here’s a great little hike for several reasons. For starters, it’s a good alternative for those of you traveling to Mount ...
#11 Three Sisters Loop (Backpacking)
One of Oregon’s greatest long backpacking trips, this route completely circles the Three Sisters, providing ever-changing ...
#12 Grizzly Peak Loop Trail
Jackson County, OR
Grizzly Peak Loop Trail is a hiking trail in Jackson County, Oregon. It is 2.6 miles long and begins at 5,809 feet altitude. ...
#13 Oregon Coast - Seaside to Manzanita (Backpacking)
This popular stretch of the Oregon Coast Trail packs a lot of scenic variety in a small area. From beaches and tidepools ...
#14 Wildwood Trail to Pittock Mansion
The route starts next to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington Park, winds through Hoyt Arboretum, and then heads into Forest ...
#15 Horsetail, Oneonta, and Triple Falls
If you love waterfalls, this hike is for you. This route through the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area visits four ...
#16 Hoyt Arboretum
This route travels through the spectacular 185-acre tree museum of Hoyt Arboretum in Southwest Portland. The path winds through ...
#17 Eagle Creek - Tanner Butte Loop
Cascade Locks, OR
The second most famous and perhaps most enjoyable hike in the gorge.
#18 Green Lakes
This popular hike parallels enchanting Fall Creek and leads you to the Green Lakes Basin. You can admire this group of high ...
#19 Belknap Hot Springs Resort
Blue River, OR
A well-known commercial resort on the banks of the McKenzie River. Belknap Hot Springs has been a popular destination resort ...
#20 Twin Lakes
The Twins are a lovely pair of lakes in all seasons. They are nestled down in individual basins that are well insulated from ...
Not too difficult a hike with very good views of the surrounding mountains
Difficult hike , steep climbs but fabulous views of the mountains and the valley below
Fairly easy trail with good views of the Florida mountains and lots of cacti