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Alder SpringsCampground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Alder Springs Campground is located approximately 12 miles east of McKenzie Bridge at an elevation of 3,600 feet. This campground has 6 sites (tents only) with tables and fire rings.
Bachelor Mountain Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Bachelor Mountain Trail (#3420) is a easy to difficult trail. Former lookout site offers panoramic view of District. Many wildflowers. Trail passes through area burned in Buck Mountain Fires in 1967.
Bear Flat Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Bear Flat Trail is a difficult 6.9 mile hike at an elevation of 4,720 feet. This trail goes through the upper portion of the French Pete drainage and around Olallie Mountain. Make a day loop trip or a two-day hike.
Betty Lake Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Betty Lake Trail (#3664) is an easy 1.7 mile hike. Leaving Waldo Lake Road, the Betty Lake Trail follows easy grades for 0.25 miles to the lake. From the lake, the trail continues where it meets Waldo Lake.
Big Lake Campground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Big Lake Campground is located approximately 4 miles south of Santiam Pass (Hwy. #20) at an elevation of 4,650 feet. This campground has 49 sites with trailer space and fire rings.
Big Lake West Campground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Big Lake West Campground is located approximately 35 miles east of McKenzie Bridge at an elevation of 4,650 feet. This campground has 11 sites with tables, fire rings, piped drinking water and vault toilets.
Bobby Lake Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Bobby Lake Trail (#3663) is an easy 2 mile hike. Starting across from the Betty Lake trailhead, this trail winds through an open mountain hemlock forest and crosses the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail
Box Canyon Horse Camp Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Box Canyon Horse Camp is located approximately 30.5 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 3,600 feet. This campground has 14 sites with trailer space, fire rings, corrals and tables.
Breitenbush Campground Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Breitenbush Campground is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Detroit at an elevation of 2,100 feet. This campground has 30 sites with trailer space.
Browder Ridge Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Browder Ridge Trail is a moderate to difficult 3.7 mile trail at an elevation of 4,160 feet. This trail passes through old-growth forest, alpine meadows, and mature true fir forest and offers views of Mount Jefferson.
Bruno Meadows Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Bruno Meadows Trail (#3424) is a 1.75 mile easy to moderate hike. Occasional views along trail. One vista area, near halfway point, is on a rocky outcropping with an unusual collection of wildflowers.
Buck Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Buck Mountain Trail #3304 is a difficult 1.1 mile hike at an elevation of 4,000 feet. A good day hike this trail leads to the top of Buck Mountain which overlooks Blue River and Tidbits Creek drainages.
Buckhead Nature Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Buckhead Nature Trail is an easy 0.5 mile hike. This paved interpretive trail focuses on wildlife and wildlife habitat. The tall black cottonwoods and scattered conifers offer cover to deer and elk.
Bugaboo Ridge Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Bugaboo Ridge Trail (#3423) is an easy to moderate 2.5 mile hike. Impressive flower displays along upper portions of trail in early summer. Views of Mt. Jefferson and Three Fingered Jack.
Carpenter Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Carpenter Mountain Trail (#3302) is a very difficult 1 mile hike. From the lookout you have a view of Wolf Rock, Cascade Crest, Mt. Jefferson, Three Fingered Jack, Mt. Washington, and the Three Sisters.
Castle Rock Road Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Castle Rock Road is a most difficult 9 mile hike at an elevation of 1,000 feet. This ride is geared for bicyclists who want an aerobic climb and an outstanding view as a reward for reaching the top.
Castle Rock Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Castle Rock Trail #3506 is a more difficult 4.6 mile hike at an elevation of 2,400 feet. This trail goes through a heavy forest of second growth Douglas-fir on a gentle upward climb.
Chimney Peak Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Chimney Peak Trail is located east of Sweet Home at an elevation of 2,300 feet. This trail is a difficult 12.7 mile trail that descends rapidly to the Middle Santiam River and into the Middle Santiam Wilderness Area.
Chucksney Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Chucksney Mountain Trail (#3306) is a very difficult 6 mile hike. The Chucksney Trail takes you through large trees, meadows and to the top of Chucksney Mt. for a view of the South Fork of the McKenzie River.
Clear Lake Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Clear Lake Trail is a moderate 5 mile loop at an elevation of 3,000 feet. This trail is part of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. It circles Clear Lake, the headwaters of the McKenzie River.
Coffin Lookout Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Coffin Lookout Trail is a moderate to difficult 1.5 mile hike that offers a shorter route to the staffed fire lookout on Coffin Mountain than does Trail 3425 (Coffin Mountain Trail) on the mountain's west slope.
Cold Water Cove Campground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Coldwater Cove Campground is located approximately 18 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge at an elevation of 3,100 feet. This campground has 35 sites with trailer space, well water, vault toilets, and fire rings.
Cone Peak Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Cone Peak Trail is a moderate 3.5 mile trail at an elevation of 4,130 feet. This trail has a gentle grade that leads you through the shade of the forest onto open hillsides bursting with flowers in the spring and summer.
Cougar Crossing Campground Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Cougar Crossing Campground is located approximately 16 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 1,700 feet. This campground has 12 sites with trailer space. There is no potable water available
Cougar Crossing Day Use Area Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Cougar Crossing Day Use Area is located approximately 15 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 1,700 feet. This area is used for camping, hiking, swimming and picnicking. There is no potable water available.
Crescent Mountain Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Crescent Mountain trail is a moderate to difficult 8 mile trail at an elevation of 3,500 feet. Hikers begin dropping down toward Maude Creek beneath a peaceful old-growth forest.
Crossing Way Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Crossing way Trail #3307 is a very difficult 6.3 mile hike at an elevation of 4,640 feet. Tis trail goes through dry lodgepole pine country, the trail is relatively level for 3.1 miles then climbs into the McFarland Lakes area.
Daly Lake Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Daly Lake Trail is an easy 1 mile hike at an elevation of 3,400 feet. Anglers will like this trail for its easy access to and around a lake, that is stocked each spring with catchable trout.
Deer Butte Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Deer Butte Trail (#3508) is a moderate to easy 7.2 mile hike that skirts the west side boundary of the Mt. Washington Wilderness, connecting to other trails that lead to Scott Mountain and the Benson/Tenas Lakes area.
Delta Campground Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Delta Campground is locate approximately 6 miles east of Blue River at an elevation of 1,200 feet. This campground has 38 sites with trailer space and fire rings. Potable water and toilets are available.
Delta Day Use Area Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Delta Day Use Area is located approximately 6 miles east of Blue River at an elevation of 1,200 feet. This Area has 3 sites with fire rings and trailer space.
Delta Nature Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Delta Nature Trail #3317 is an easy 0.5 mile hike at an elevation of 1,115 feet. A short loop tail that can be enjoyed by all ages. Many of these trees are 200 to 500 years old.
Diamond Creek Falls Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Diamond Creek Falls Trail (#3598) is a 2.5 mile moderate hike. Beginning at the bridge, this scenic loop follows the canyon rims of Salt and Diamond Creek.
Dome Rock Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Dome Rock Trail #3381 is a difficult 1.5 mile hike at an elevation of 4,859 feet. This trail leads to Dome Rock, a former lookout site.
East Fork Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The East Fork Trail (#3308) is a difficult 5.9 mile hike. This trail goes along the East Fork of the McKenzie River and through dense stands of Douglas-fir.
Echo Basin Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Echo Basin Trail is a moderate 2 mile loop at an elevation of 4,200 feet. The attraction to this trail is the old-growth Alaska yellow cedar scattered along the trail- probably the largest trees of this species in the area.
Echo Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Echo Trail #3309 is a more difficult 2.6 mile hike at an elevation of 1,700 feet. This trail connects to the O'Leary Trail #3321 and Eat Fore Trail #3308.
Echo/East Fork Day Use Area Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Echo/East Fork Day Use Area is located approximately 9 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 1,700 feet. This Area has 7 sites with tables and fire rings. Toilets and potable water are available.
Elk Creek Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Elk Creek Trail #3510 is a more difficult 3.5 mile hike at an elevation of 3,040 feet. This trail starts out steep with many switchbacks for the first 2 miles until you reach the top of the ridge then levels out.
Elkhorn Ridge/Phanton Bridge Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Elkhorn Ridge/Phantom Bridge Trail #3347 is an easy to moderate 0.25 mile hike at an elevation of 4,400 feet. Phantom Bridge is a rock arch which developed on the edge of a thick flow or series of flows of basalt.
Foley Ridge Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Foley Ridge Trail #3511 is a moderate 8.5 mile hike at an elevation of 4,000 feet. This trail is within the Three Sisters Wilderness Area. This trial accesses Substitute Point and Louise Creek Trail #3520,
French Pete Campground Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The French Pete Campground is located approximately 20 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 1,800 feet. This campground has 17 sites with trailer space, tables and fire rings.
French Pete Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
French Pete Trail #3311 is a more difficult 9.7 mile hike at an elevation of 1,840 feet. The trail follows the French Pete Creek for 3 miles and up the French Pete drainage and ends at the Pat Saddle Trailhead.
Frissel Crossing Campground Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Frissel Crossing Campground is located approximately 31 miles southeast of Blue River at an elevation of 2,600 feet. This campground has 12 sites with trailer space and fire rings. Potable water and toilets are available.
Frissel Crossing Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Frissel Crossing Trail is a more difficult 0.8 mile hike at an elevation of 2,560 feet. At the bulletin board for Ollalie Trail go to the right . The trail goes through Douglas Fir forests.
Gate Creek Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Gate Creek Trail is a moderate to difficult 3.1 mile hike at an elevation of 3,600 feet. This trail has ancient old-growth forests, younger true fir forests and sweeping alpine meadows on the ramparts of Browder Ridge.
Gold Hill Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Gold Hill Trail is a moderate 3.7 mile hike at an elevation of 3,900 feet. This trail climbs to a ridge line as you travel to Tidbits Mountain. On the way, you meander through mature and old-growth mixed conifers forest.
Goodman Creek Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Goodman Creek Trail (#3461) is a moderate 4 mile hike. Laid out and constructed during a drought, Goodman Creek is now an example of what happens to a trail on shrink-swell clay when used during the wet season.
Gordan Peak Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Gordan Peak Trail is a moderately difficult 4.6 mile trail at an elevation of 3,000 feet, This trail starts on a ridgeline with periodic views of Mount Jefferson and Three Fingered Jack
Gordon Lakes Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Gordon Lakes Trail is a moderate 7.2 mile hike at an elevation of 3,000 feet. The trail starts in a recent clear-cut, and switchbacks into remnant pockets of old-growth forest. paralleling falls Creek,
Grasshopper Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Grasshopper Trail #3569 is a more difficult 13.5 mile hike at an elevation of 3,728 feet. This trail starts at Box Canyon Horse Camp. The first 2 miles to the Chucksney Trail Junction is a steady climb.
Hackleman Creek Old Growth Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Hackleman Creek Old-Growth Trail (#3411) is an easy 0.8 mile trail. This trail is a self-guided interpretive trail that takes you through a classic old-growth stand of Douglas fir, western red cedar, and mountain hemlock.
Hehe Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Hehe Trail (#3475) is a moderate 1 mile hike. This trail to an old lookout site was reopened in 1995, by volunteers who adopted the trail. It climbs back and forth up to the ridge line.
Henline Mountain Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Henline Mountain Trail #3352 is a difficult 2.7 mile trail at an elevation of 2,000 feet. This trail travels through old -growth Douglas-firs. A former lookout site offers outstanding overview of the Little North Fork drainage.
Horse Creek Road Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Horse Creek Road is an easy, relaxing road ride will-suited for the whole family. The road is 14 miles long.
Ice Cap Creek Campground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Ice Cap Creek Campground is located approximately 17 miles northeast of McKenzie at an elevation of 3,000 feet. This campground has 8 tent only sites and 14 sites with trailer space. Each site has a table and a fire ring.
Ice Cap Creek Day Use Area McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Ice Cap Creek is located approximately 17 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge at an elevation of 3,000 feet. This day use area has 2 sites with fire rings and tables. Potable water and toilets are available.
Independence Rock Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Independence Rock Trail (#3431) is an easy to moderate 1.7 miles of trail. Nice viewpoint of local area. Very large anthills along trail. Lightly used trail. Near Marion Forks Campground, Fish Hatchery, and Guard Station.
Indian Ridge Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Indian Ridge Trail #3315 is a more difficult 2.1 mile hike at an elevation of 5,200 feet. This trail traverses old Indian campground and passes through patches of huckleberries.
Indigo Lake Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Indigo Lake Trail (#3649) is an easy 1.9 mile hike. This trail winds through open stands of mountain hemlock, Pacific silver fir, and high mountain meadows before reaching Indigo Lake.
Iron Mountain Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Iron Mountain Trail (#3389) is a difficult 1.6 mile hike. Set aside for its botanical qualities, over 300 species of flowering plants share their beauty throughout the summer season.
Jawbone Flats Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Jawbone Flats Trail is a moderate 3.5 mile trail at an elevation of 1,900 feet. This trail travels through old-growth with western hemlock and Douglas-firs.
Kiahanie Campground Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Kiahanie Campground is located approximately 20 miles northeast of Oakridge at an elevation of 2,200 feet. This campground has 19 sites with fire rings and a recycling center. Potable water and toilets are available.
King-Castle Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The King-Castle Trail/ Castle Rock Trail is an 11 mile collection of trails. The remains of an old fire lookout can still be found on Castle Rock, as well as a view of the McKenzie River Valley and Cascade Peaks.
Larison Creek Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Larison Creek Trail (#3646) is an easy 6.3 mile hike. Starting on the Larison Creek arm of Hills Creek Reservoir, the first 2 miles of the trail cross a relatively open area.
Larison Rock Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Larison Rock Trail (#3607) is a moderate 4.3 mile hike. Situated on a north facing slope, the Larison Rock Trail lies directly above the town of Oakridge.
Lava River National Recreation Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Lava River National Recreational Trail #3540 is an easy 0.5 mile hike at an elevation of 5,300 feet. This short, paved interpretive trail offers remarkable views of lava that flowed from Yapoah Crater. I
Leone Lake Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Leone Lake Trail #3367 is a moderate 0.6 mile hike at an elevation of 3,500 feet. Leone Lake is 4 acres in size with a a depth of 16 feet. It contains rainbow and eastern brook trout up to 18 inches in length.
Linton Lake Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Linton Lake Trail #3519 is an easy to moderate 1.5 mile hike at an elevation of 3,500 feet. This trail is within the Three Sisters Wilderness Area, and offers views of Linton Falls.
Little North Santiam Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Little North Santiam Trial (#3338) is an easy 4.2 mile trail. Trail is being constructed by the Chemeketans Hiking Club of Salem in a voluntary partnership with the Forest Service.
Lookout Creek Old Growth Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Lookout Creek Old Growth Trail (#4105) is a 3.5 mile very difficult hike. The entire length of the trail passes through an old growth forest on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest.
Lost Creek Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Lost Creek Trail (#3462) is a moderate 3 mile hike. Once part of an extensive trail system along the divide between the Willamette and the Umpqua National Forests, it now acts as an access route to Mt. June.
Lowder Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Lowder Trail #3329 is a more difficult 10.8 mile hike at an elevation of 4,640 feet. This trail passes through numerous meadows and offers great views of the French Pete drainage.
Maiden Peak Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Maiden Peak Trail (#3681) is a difficult 1.8 mile trail. Right from the start, the trail begins to climb. It soon levels out to a gradual uphill grade, with good views of nearby hills and valleys.
McBee Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
McBee Trail #3523 is a more difficult 20.5 mile hike at an elevation of 3,840 feet. This trail starts at Box Canyon Horse Camp which allows horses-persons to camp and then ride into the Three SIsters Wilderness.
McKenzie Bridge Trailhead to Trailbridge Reservoir Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
This trail is section one of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. It is an easy 15 miles at an elevation of 1,500 feet. This portion of the trail is relatively easy with numerous access points to begin or end the ride.
McKenzie River National Recreation Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The McKenzie River National Recreation Trail is a classic single track and spectacular scenic trail that follows the upper McKenzie River. The trail was designed as an easy, slow paced hiking trail for all ages .
McQuade Creek Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
McQuade Creek Trail is a moderate to difficult 5.2 mile trail. This trail begins in dense, young forest and crosses two stream channels.
Middle Fork Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Middle Fork Trail (#3609) is an easy to moderate 15 mile hike. Dainty spring flowers and bright autumn colors add a seasonal delight, requiring more than one trip a year to fully enjoy this trail.
Moon Point Trail Middle Fork Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Moon Point Trail (#3688) is an easy 1.1 mile hike that leads the hiker to a unique area known for its botanical variety and habitat diversity. Wildlife love the area, so use your eyes and ears.
Mountain House to Squaw Creek Road Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The first part of the Santiam Wagon Road Trail System is the Mountain House to Squaw Creek Road. This section is an easy 3.3 mile trail. Look for the old mill pond now grown in with red alder.
Nash Lake Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Nash Lake Trail #3527 is a moderate 8.5 miles hike at an elevation of 3,340 feet. This trail ventures through a heavily forested area within the Three Sisters Wilderness Area.
Olallie Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Olallie Mountain Trail #4100 is a more to most difficult 1.4 mile hike at an elevation of 4,960 feet. At the summit you have a magnificent view of the Cascades and the Three Sisters Wilderness.
Olallie South Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Olallie South Trail #3529.04 is a more difficult 12.2 mile hike at an elevation of 5,200 feet. Following this trail to the south, there are many connecting trails that lead deeper into the Three Sisters Wilderness Area.
Old Foley Road Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Old Foley Road Trail is an easy 10.8 mile hike. This loop ride has a variety of peddling on all types of roads, providing a good workout, great vistas and example of various forest silviculture stages.
O'Leary Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
O'Leary Mountain Trail #3321 is a more to most difficult 9.1 mile hike at an elevation of 2,400 feet. Hikers are afforded excellent views of the McKenzie Balley , Three Sisters Peaks and Cougar Reservoir.
Opal Creek Trail Detroit Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Opal Creek Trail is a moderate to difficult 3 mile hike at an elevation of 1,900 feet. This trail travels through old-growth forest with western hemlock, Douglas fir and second growth.
Pacific Crest Trail Three Sisters Wilderness The route travels mostly through National Forest and in some instances, protected Wilderness. It avoids civilization preferring scenic and mountainous terrain with few roads.
Paradise Campground McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Paradise Campground is located approximately 4 miles east of McKenzie Bridge at an elevation of 1,600 feet. This campground has 64 sites with trailer space, fire rings and tables. Potable water and toilets are available.
Parish Lake Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Parish Lake Trail is an easy 0.5 mile trail at an elevation of 3,300 feet. This short trail takes you to Parish Lake, another pleasant setting for campers and anglers, and more removed from the road.
Patjens Lake Loop Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Patjens Lake Loop Trail #3395 is a moderate 5.5 mile trail at an elevation of 4,400 feet. This trail offers a rare opportunity to ride or hike a loop in the Mount Washington Wilderness in one day.
Proxy Falls Loop Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Proxy Falls Loop Trail #3532 is an easy 1.25 mile hike at an elevation of 3,200 feet. This one-way loop trail travels through both lava fields and dense forest, offering views of two distinctly different waterfalls.
Pyramids Mountain Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Pyramids Mountain Trail #3322 is a most difficult 6.4 mile hike at an elevation of 2,400 feet. This trail goes through forested areas and large meadow.
Pyramids Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Pyramids Trail is a moderate to difficult 1.9 mile trail at an elevation of 4,000 feet. This trail ascends steep wooded slopes interspersed with broad open meadows.
Quaking Aspen Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Quaking Aspen Trail #3332 is a more difficult 1.9 mile hike at an elevation of 4,720 feet. This trail passes by Quaking Aspen Swamp Botanical Area in the Three Sisters Wilderness Area and follows Aspen Creek.
Rainbow Falls Trail McKenzie Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Rainbow Falls Trail #3543 is an easy 1.5 mile hike at an elevation of 2,000 feet. This hike into the Three Sisters Wilderness Leads visitors to a panoramic view of densely forested Separation Creek Canyon.
Rebel Creek Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Rebel Creek Trail #3323 is a more difficult 9.2 mile hike at an elevation of 2,000 feet. This trail goes up the Rebel Creek drainage and connects into the Olallie trail.
Rebel Loop Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
The Rebel Loop Trail (#3324 snf 3323) is a difficult 11.4 mile hike. The trail climbs to a vantage point on top of the ridge that offers views of the Three Sisters and Mt. Jefferson.
Rebel Rock Trail Blue River Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Rebel Rock Trail #3323 is a more difficult 9.2 mile hike at an elevation of 2,000 feet. This trail goes up the Rebel Creek drainage and connects into the Olallie trail.
Riggs Lake Trail Sweet Home Ranger District,
Willamette National Forest
Riggs Lake Trail follows the eastern edge of a harvest unit before entering a spruce and fir forest that offers a pleasant setting for camping and fishing. You can also take an unmaintained 0.5 mile trail up to Don Lake
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