Mount Baldy / Ridgeline Trail

Eugene, Oregon 97405

Mount Baldy / Ridgeline Trail

Mount Baldy / Ridgeline Trail Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This short, relatively easy path is considered a highlight of Eugene’s 6.3-mile Ridgeline Trail system (except for the side trails up Spencer Butte). While rather steep, it only takes fifteen or twenty minutes to reach the top, and the payoff is outstanding. The summit (elevation 1,232 feet) is level and grassy, with terrific views north and south.

Immediately south of Eugene, there lies a hilly east-west ridge (called the “South Hills”) culminating in Spencer Butte. The 6.3-mile Ridgeline Trail visits much of this ridge, and is accessed by numerous trailheads (Spring Boulevard, Dillard North, Dillard West, Fox Hollow, Willamette Street, and Blanton). Spencer Butte can be accessed either from the Ridgeline system or from its own trailhead. The second-highest peak in this ridge, after Spencer Butte, is Mount Baldy, named for its dome-shaped, grassy summit."

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Trail Information

Eugene
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
1.0
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Aggregate for first two-thirds, and then well-compacted dirt.
Terrain
Easy
Skill Level
40 minutes
Duration
Year-round
Season
Eugene Parks and Open Space, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd., Eugene, OR 97402; (541) 682-4800; www.eugene-or.gov/parks
Local Contacts
USGS–Creswell. Excellent detail maps are available from Eugene Parks and Open Space.
Local Maps

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Dec 2018