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.

Mount Thielsen is known as "The Lightning Rod of the Cascades" because its summit horn ...
Standing at more than 11,000 feet only 50 miles east of Portland, Mount Hood dominates ...
Highpoint rank by height: 13th. Mount Hood is one of the most frequently climbed mountains ...
A beautiful drive along the mountain crest that lies between the North Fork Clackamas ...
The Sisters are three prominent volcanoes situated just west of Bend, each rising to just ...
A steep scramble of a day hike up Munra Point on a primitive trail. The hike up Munra ...
Mount Washington, another rotten remnant of a former volcano, has a well-founded reputation ...
Middle Sister is the smallest of the Three Sisters in central Oregon’s high Cascades. ...
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 ...
Oregon's second-highest mountain is Mount Jefferson, a striking peak situated between ...
Mighty Grayback Mountain, at 7,055 feet, is the highest summit in Josephine County. It ...
Mount Hood is one of the most frequently climbed big mountains in the United States. Sometimes ...
A long day hike to the top of Union Peak, where there are great views of the Crater Lake ...
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. ...
Mount McLoughlin is a relatively unknown volcano. Although it is the highest peak between ...
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