Best Climbing in Oregon

This list represents the most popular climbing in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon climbing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The ascent of towering Mount Thielsen, whose tilted spire has earned it the nickname, ...
A steep scramble of a day hike up Munra Point on a primitive trail. The hike up Munra ...
Middle Sister is the smallest of the Three Sisters in central Oregon’s high Cascades. ...
Located in the heart of volcano country, 9,495-foot Mount McLoughlin rises above the pristine ...
Diamond Peak, south of Willamette Pass, is a distinctive landmark with its broad flanks ...
The Strawberry Mountain Wilderness is alpine country. The Strawberry Range, part of the ...
The Tillamook State Forest is a thriving example of a major reforestation project. The ...
The Wallowa–Whitman National Forest spreads out over 2.5 million acres of northeastern ...
The Wallowa Mountains are the dominant range of northeastern Oregon. Aneroid Mountain ...
Matterhorn is a striking limestone and marble mountain rising majestically above Ice Lake. ...
The Wallowa Mountains lie at the eastern end of the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon. ...
The Mount Washington Wilderness is an austerely beautiful place. The landscape is one ...
Mount Bailey Summit Trail is a hiking trail in Douglas County, Oregon. It is within Umpqua ...
Eagle Cap is the centerpiece of the Eagle Cap Wilderness in far northeastern Oregon’s ...
Canyon Mountain is a rugged multisummit peak south of Canyon City in the western corner ...
Sacajawea Peak is the tallest mountain in the Wallowa Mountains. At least it is the current ...
Cowhorn Mountain is a highly eroded Central Cascades volcano just south of Crescent Lake ...
Northeastern Oregon’s Wallowa Mountains is a land of contrasts. Long ago glacial ice left ...
From the pass above the Seven Lakes Basin, this hike scales the summit of Devil’s Peak. ...
North Sister is the oldest, most eroded peak of the Three Sisters. On the northwest side ...
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