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Oregon Hiking Trails Guidebooks

This selection of Oregon Hiking Trails Guidebooks is as up-to-date and inclusive as is possible or practical. Where there are more than one edition of a particular book available, only the current edition has been included. Some vintage Oregon Hiking Trails Guidebooks that are so outdated as to be useless, or for which no meaningful content description can be located, have been excluded.

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Oregon Hiking: The Complete Guide to More Than 490 Hikes

Avid hiker and freelance writer Sean Patrick Hill covers the hiking possibilities of Oregon, including notable trails along the Oregon Coast, Portland, Willamette Valley, the Columbia River Gorge, and Mount Hood. Included are lists that appeal to a variety of hikers' interests, such as Best Beach and Coastal Walks, Best Bird-Watching, Best Desert Hikes, and Best Self-Guided Nature Walks and Wildflower Trails.

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Hiking Oregon

Hiking Oregon

From a magnificent western coastline to sky-piercing mountains and rugged eastern deserts, Oregon is a year-round hiker's paradise. Oregon seems to have it all. Its dramatically sculpted sea cliffs and secluded beaches are renowned for unsurpassed beauty. Lush rain forests of the coast range give way to stands of old-growth Douglas fir, glacier-clad volcanoes of the Cascade Range. Combined with the rugged Wallowa mountains, the expansive lava flows and canyons of the high eastern deserts, Oregon provides endless opportunities for backcountry adventure. The revised Hiking Oregon features updated information and new hikes for experts and novices alike, with short jaunts and multi-day treks through Oregon's national forests, wilderness areas, state parks, Fossil Beds National Monument, and Crater Lake National Park. This guide describes over 100 hikes, with new detailed maps, elevation gain-loss graphs, and beautiful black and white photographs. It also features special sections on hiking with children, Oregon flora and fauna, and backcountry ethics.

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Best Hikes With Dogs: Oregon

Kindle Edition - Best Hikes With Dogs: Oregon

Best Hikes With Dogs: Oregon will take you to the best places to hike with Fido in Oregon - all certified as dog-friendly, dog-fun, and dog-safe. Ellen Bishop and her dogs, Meesha and Dundee, have hiked more than 750 miles together in Oregon - now they present the best, most dog-friendly trails found throughout the state. These trails do not require leashes (except in parks as designated), and host few hikers and even fewer children. They are free of cliffs, paw-damaging terrain, poison oak, nearby roads, off-road vehicle traffic, and other hazards of particular danger for dogs. All of them offer shade and lakes or streams for Fido to play in or enjoy a drink. Many hikes are easily accessible from urban areas including Portland, Eugene-Springfield, Roseburg, and the Medford-Grants Pass area. There are also hikes along the Oregon Coast and in northeast Oregon, in areas including the Wallowa Mountains. * 75 hikes throughout the state. * What to pack for your pooch (the Ten Canine Essentials) and what to include in a doggy first-aid kit. * Tips for hiking with minimum dog-impact on the environment and on other hikers.

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Columbia Gorge: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day

Columbia Gorge: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day

This guide is written for people who want to spend their days in the mountains and their nights back at home. It uncovers the best trails for the newbie hiker or veteran day-tripper. Columbia Gorge: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day leads readers to 57 of the best hiking trails in the Columbia Gorge. This resource features a variety of great day hikes stretching upriver from the suburbs of Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, to the mouth of the Deschutes River in Oregon and the Klickitat River in Washington. Each trail includes an overall rating, mileage and estimated hiking time, elevation gain, trail conditions, difficulty level, best season, map references, driving directions, exploring options, permits required, special notes on hiking with children and dogs, and references for finding more information. Sharp, contemporary black-and-white photos, a quick-reference chart of season and difficult level, and hike statistics at a glance are also included. Organized by major highways and roads for easy trail finding, the book describes classic day routes - from the easy to the extreme - giving hikers the choices they want, whether visiting the peninsula for a day or vacationing with the children for a week.

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120 Hikes on the Oregon Coast

A completely revised and updated guide to all the best trails on the magnificent Oregon coast, including 44 new hikes and featuring natural history sidebars highlighting the various flora and fauna of the 362 miles of coastline. From Fort Stevens to Brookings, Oregon's coast is lined with primeval forests, undulating sand dunes, secret beaches, and towering headlands. In this completely revised edition, Henderson has greatly increased the coverage of trails, with 44 new hikes, making this the most comprehensive hiking guide to the region. Thorough descriptions of every trail are supplemented by natural history sidebars featuring plants and animals hikers are likely to encounter. Divided into five distinct sections from north to south, each section also includes information on its portion of the Oregon Coast Trail, which runs from border to border.

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Corvallis Trails: Exploring the Heart of the Valley

Situated in the heart of the Willamette Valley and nestled against the rolling hills of the Coast Range, Corvallis is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise, renowned for its abundance of parks and natural areas, easily accessed within a few minutes from downtown. This informative, well-organized guide introduces nearly sixty trails, all either in Corvallis or within an hour's drive, and many suited for casual hikers and families with children. In Corvallis Trails, you'll discover: * Close-in recreational opportunities, including walks and short hikes in Corvallis city parks and McDonald Forest. Most of these are easily accessible by foot, bicycle, or public transportation. * Trails outside of Corvallis but still within easy reach, including Marys Peak, four National Wildlife Refuges, two waterfall walks, and nearby Coast Range outings. The detailed trail descriptions include directions, maps, the length and difficulty of each trail, and a wealth of information on the plants, wildlife, and natural attractions to be found. Also included are accounts of area history and local conservation efforts. Walkers, hikers, runners, mountain bikers, equestrians, and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds will find this comprehensive guidebook an essential companion as they explore the miles of well-known - and not so well-known - trails in Corvallis and environs.

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Day and Overnight Hikes: Oregon's Pacific Crest Trail

The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) winds for 460 miles along the crest of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon. From a high of 7,300 feet above sea level to a low of 200 feet, it traverses deep forest and mountain meadows, crosses whitewater streams and high-country vistas, and visits countless lakes, including Crater Lake, one of the wonders of the United States. Despite its reputation as a hardcore wilderness experience, the PCT is within a few hours of more than 90 percent of Oregon's population, and has many sections suitable for families with children and hikers of all abilities. This guide includes 17 day hikes and nine overnight hikes, each rated for scenery, difficulty, trail condition, solitude, and accessibility for children. Also included with each trail description are directions to the trailhead and GPS-based trail maps and elevation profiles.

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100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Oregon Coast and Coast Range

100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Oregon Coast and Coast Range

Welcome to Oregon's Coast -- 363 miles of cliff-edged capes, public beaches, wild rivers, sand dunes, rainforest, and coastal mountains. Many of the top attractions are within easy reach of Highway 101, but others are accessible only by trail. To help you explore both the civilized and the wild parts of Oregon's spectacular shore, this book blends two kinds of guides -- a detailed Travel Guide for touring by car and a complete Trail Guide for planning adventures on foot.

The book is divided into 18 sections from Washington's Long Beach south to California's Redwood National Park. Each section begins with a Travel Guide that includes an overview map and a description of the area's car-accessible attractions. Both the map and the text are annotated with symbols identifying campgrounds, lighthouses, museums, and other popular destinations. Here too are tips for bicycling, birdwatching, kayaking, canoeing, and horseback riding.

The overview maps show major Highway 101 mileposts, so it's easy to use the Travel Guide as a highway logbook. As you drive from one area to the next, simply flip forward or backward through the book to the next Travel Guide map.

Following each Travel Guide section are descriptions of that area's hiking trails. To help you choose a hike, symbols in the upper right-hand corner of each hike's heading identify trail features. For example, 64 of the hikes have symbols recommending them as best trails for hikers with children, 36 hikes begin near campgrounds, and 44 pass through old-growth forest. Travelers with limited physical abilities need not miss the fun, because a list at the back of the book describes 42 paved, planked, or graveled trails accessible to everyone. Altogether, the guide covers every trail in Oregon's scenic coastal region.

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100 Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades

100 Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades

This classic guide to Oregon's recreational heartland (the Bend, Eugene, Mt. Jefferson, and Three Sisters areas) has been completely updated. The third edition features 16 pages of color photos, a dozen new hikes, campground and cabin rental information, a color wildflower identification guide, and a guide to hot springs.

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100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington

100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington

This detailed guide covers the trails within a two-hour drive of the Portland / Vancouver area. Discover a new wildflower trail on the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge, hike to a native longhouse at a bird refuge, or rent a fire lookout with a view of Mt. Hood! The book features 56 best hikes for families with children, but there's a variety of tougher trails too, and lots of backpacking options. For adventurers, there's even a list of 108 more hikes. Includes 16 pages of color photos, a wildflower identification guide, as well as info on campgrounds, rentable fire lookouts, and cabins.

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100 Classic Hikes in Oregon

100 Classic Hikes in Oregon

In this new edition of 100 Classic Hikes in Oregon Douglas Lorain presents a mix of the most popular trails and lesser-known gems throughout the entire state, including nine new hikes. These well established trails range from short easy strolls suitable for children and grandparents to longer backpacking trips for experienced hikers.

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100 Hikes in Southern Oregon

100 Hikes in Southern Oregon

This detailed guide to Southern Oregon and adjacent Northern California proves there's more to this scenic region than just Crater Lake, the Rogue River, and Mt. Shasta. Come discover a hot springs in the hills behind Roseburg, a wildflower mecca near Ashland, and a hidden lake basin in the Trinity Alps! The book describes the 56 best hikes for families with children, but there's a variety of tougher trails too, and plenty of options for backpackers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. For adventurers, there's even a list of 100 more hikes in Southern Oregon.

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Day Hiking Oregon Coast

Day Hiking Oregon Coast

Undulating sand dunes, primeval forests, rocky headlands, remote beaches: the wild Oregon coast is impossible to resist. In this updated guide, Bonnie Henderson points you to the 120 best outings in the region, from the Columbia River in the north to the Winchuck River in the south, right by the California coast. Hikes range from an easy beach walk to a multi-day trek of the Oregon Coast Trail. For each outing, you'll find clear driving directions along with a comprehensive trail description covering distance, difficulty, terrain, best time to go, and more. You'll find suggestions for other outdoor activities, such as tidepooling, cycling, wildlife viewing, and camping, to help make the most of your time on the coast.

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Best Hikes with Kids: Oregon

Best Hikes with Kids: Oregon

Search for frogs and turtles in a pond, stay in a cabin, visit a nature center, see waterfalls, or discover abundant wildlife. These are just a few of the new hikes families (and anyone looking for an easy outing) will enjoy in this completely redone guidebook. Each outing highlights points of interest and opportunities for learning about nature on the trail. The hikes range in length from 1 to more than 5 miles round-trip, are rated easy to difficult for children, and feature optional turn-around points for tired feet.

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100 Hikes: Travel Guide Eastern Oregon

100 Hikes: Travel Guide Eastern Oregon

A complete and updated guide to traveling and hiking in Eastern Oregon, this book includes everything you'll need to plan a trip to the Wallowa Mountains, Steens Mountain, the high desert country near Bend, the Ochocos, or Hells Canyon. Travel guide information includes where to stay and what to see, including museums and bed and breakfasts, with up-to-date prices. Trail information covers virtually every route in the area, with special symbols identifying the best paths for hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers, and backpackers. GPS readings are given where useful. Sixteen pages of color photos include a guide to the wildflowers of Eastern Oregon. An appendix of 100 More Hikes in Eastern Oregon covers remote paths where you can get away from it all.

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The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon: The 80 Best Easy Hikes

The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon: The 80 Best Easy Hikes

The Creaky Knees Guide Oregon is a day-hiking guidebook filled with kinder, gentler trails. Written in a style that will appeal to aging boomers and anyone who, regardless of age, can't or doesn't want to walk as far as they once could or would like to, the book covers 100 of the best easy-to-walk hikes throughout the state. Trails are divided into regions, including a section on urban hikes and walks. In addition, a chart at the front of the book compiles the hikes per effort level required, overall hike rating, and best season(s) to hit the trail. Written in a wry but informative tone by outdoor expert and Day Hike! author Seabury Blair Jr., The Creaky Knees Guide is an accessible resource anyone can use to explore the beauty of Oregon, without breaking too much of a sweat.

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Hiking Oregon's Southern Cascades and Siskiyous

Hiking Oregon's Southern Cascades and Siskiyous

Sample some of the finest trails in Oregon's southern Cascades and Siskiyous. Hike through the towering volcanic peaks of the Cascades, where Crater Lake, Mount McLoughlin, and the canyon of the upper Rogue River cast a magical spell on visitors. Or explore the knife-edge ridges, botanical oddities, and spectacular river canyons of the ancient and rugged Siskiyous. Veteran hiker and outdoor writer Art Bernstein introduces you to memorable trails through wilderness areas, national forests, and national parks. Use this guide for up-to-date trail information, accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails, difficulty ratings for each hike, detailed trail maps, and zero-impact camping tips. Whether you are a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest throughout the southern Cascades and Siskiyous.

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Hiking Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness

Hiking Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness

Head into Oregon's remote Wallowa Mountains and explore this wonderland of more than fifty glacial lakes, miles of streams designated as National Wild and Scenic Rivers, hundreds of soaring peaks, and open meadows with elk, deer, bighorn sheep, coyote, black bear, and cougar. Climb Aneroid, Chief Joseph, and Matterhorn Mountains; hike the Eagle River, Cliff Creek, and Deadman Canyon; or visit Razz, Blue, and Bonny Lakes. Veteran hiker and outdoor writer Fred Barstad will introduce you to these trails and many more. * Up-to-date trail information; * Maps, photos, and elevation profiles; * Information on bears and cougars; difficulty, maintenance, and traffic ratings for each hike; * Access information to the Dihedrals climbing area. Whether you are planning a day hike or an extended backpacking trip, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest in Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness.

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Best Short Hikes in Northwest Oregon

Best Short Hikes in Northwest Oregon

Best Short Hikes in Northwest Oregon provides a trail-comparison grid that lets readers zero in on what trail best suits them. It also has sn expansive definition of northwest Oregon, reaching well south of Willamette Pass.

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75 Scrambles In Oregon: The Best Non-technical ascents

75 Scrambles In Oregon: The Best Non-technical ascents

More adventurous than hiking but less extreme than climbing: a guide to Oregon summits for everyone. * Non-technical ascents of popular peaks including Mount Hood, the Sisters, Mount Thielsen, and Mount McLoughlin, as well as lesser-known peaks * GPS waypoints and contour maps * Scramble-finder chart for selection of routes according to length, difficulty, season and elevation gain.

Calling all hikers with a yen for high, lonely places: you can bag that peak if you want to. Scrambling is the bridge between hiking and rock climbing. It involves off-trail travel-making your way over rough terrain and sometimes using your hands for balance and safety on nearly vertical rock-but does not require technical climbing gear. 75 Scrambles in Oregon will take you to some of the same summits that climbers enjoy - but by less extreme routes.

These scrambles (short, easy introductory routes and longer, more difficult scrambles) are generously spread across the state: the Cascades; Klamath Mountains (SW corner); East Cascades; the Wallowas, Elkhorns, and Blue Mountains (NE); the Strawberry Mountains near John Day; and remote desert ranges (SE corner). Routes are rated for difficulty and skill level. Where nonstandard equipment such as an ice axe, crampons, rope, or helmet are advised, that is noted route by route.

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Hiking Oregon's Geology

Hiking Oregon's Geology

This updated guide has been expanded with 39 new hikes. * 90 hikes, many off the beaten path. * New appendices list hikes by rock age, collectible minerals or fossils present, and more; plus a new illustrated section on rock identification.

Visit tropical islands sequestered in the Wallowa Mountains, ancient volcanoes in the depths of Hells Canyon, and Cascade valleys carved by glaciers towering far above your head. All it takes is a little imagination (yours) and geologic savvy (provided by a professional). Aided by photos and illustrations, unlock the mysteries of the landscape through which you walk.

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75 Hikes in the Oregon's Coast Range and Siskiyous

75 Hikes in the Oregon's Coast Range and Siskiyous

The first guide to western Oregon's gorgeous mountain ranges is now better than ever. Completely updated and including 31 new trail descriptions, 75 Hikes in Oregon's Coast Range and Siskiyous is the most comprehensive guide to exploring the region. Follow the roar of a waterfall or walk through towering redwoods. Hike trails that run beside wild rivers or up to spectacular summit views. * Includes a range of hikes, from short day trips to backpack adventures. * Packed with 44 helpful maps and 75 photos. * Lists trail length, elevation change, difficulty, and more.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Eugene, Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Eugene, Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Eugene, Oregon includes concise descriptions of the best short hikes in the area, with detailed maps of the routes. The 20 hikes in this guide are generally short, easy to follow, and guaranteed to please.

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Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon and Washington

Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon and Washington

Whether you're planning to hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail through Oregon and Washington, or just a section or two, this is an essential guide to the sometimes complicated logistics and navigation of a long-distance expedition. The beginning chapters provide planning basics: post-office addresses for mailing food and supplies, suggestions on when to hike which sections and what to bring, and an introduction to the geology, flora, and fauna of the region. But the heart of the guide comprises 12 chapters of trail specifics between Highway 96 in northern California and Highway 3 in British Columbia. Each section begins and ends at a highway - often at or near a town, resort, or park. Chapters contain topographic maps, prehike information (attractions to be on the lookout for, declination settings, elevation and mileage points, permit regulations, and availability of supplies), along with detailed information on navigating your way along the trail. So if you're packing up your rucksack for a modest PCT excursion or the full-bore trek, this is one item you can't afford to leave out.

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50 Hikes in Oregon: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacking Adventures from the Pacific to the High Desert

50 Hikes in Oregon: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacking
Adventures from the Pacific to the High Desert

Oregon offers a wealth of historic, cultural, and natural wonders, and this book leads hikers to some of its most spectacular destinations. Hike distances range from 1 to 18 miles, encouraging casual and extreme adventurers to sample the best trails the state has to offer. The book highlights nearby activities and attractions that will interest travelers and natives alike who enjoy discovering more about the areas. The author divides the book into four regions: Coast and Coast Range, Columbia River, Cascades, and High Desert. Each hike includes a topographical map, detailed description of the location, terrain length, and elevation. In addition to practical information, this guide also gives the reader a feel for each hike by providing insights into the natural history, geology, wildlife, and plant life unique to each trail.

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Day Hiking: Columbia River Gorge

Day Hiking: Columbia River Gorge

The most expansive and up-to-date hiking coverage of the Columbia River Gorge region. The Columbia River Gorge forms much of the long border between Washington and Oregon, offering hikers a multitude of beautiful trails. Famous for its cascading waterfalls, the region offers spectacular views of the mighty river and its windswept bluffs, as well as stunning panoramas of the surrounding landscape and peaks including Mount Hood, Mount St Helens, and Mount Adams. Day Hiking: Columbia River Gorge features over 100 day hikes on both sides of the river, extensive year-round hiking options, and trails in the National Scenic Area, Silver Star Scenic Area, Trapper Creek, Clark County, and beyond.

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Portland - Including the Coast,<br /> Mount Hood, St. Helens, and the Santiam River

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Portland - Including the Coast,
Mount Hood, St. Helens, and the Santiam River

Updated maps, new hikes, new photos, and useful backpacking options make Paul Gerald's authoritative guide to Portland's best day hikes even more useful than before. Whether travelers want a convenient city bus ride to the flat and fascinating Washington Park, a bumpy drive to Lookout Mountain, or the thigh-burning experience that are Kings and Elk Mountains, this guide outlines what to bring, how to get to the trailhead, where to go on the trail, and what to look for while hiking. Paul Gerald profiles 60 select trails that provide everything there is to enjoy around Portland - mountain views, forest solitude, picturesque streams, strenuous workouts, casual strolls, fascinating history, fields of flowers, awesome waterfalls, and ocean beaches.

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Best Easy Day Hikes:  Portland, Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Portland, Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Portland, Oregon features concise descriptions and easy-to-follow maps of twenty-eight easily manageable hikes within a ninety-minute drive of this gem of a city. Stroll along the banks of the Willamette River, hike to shimmering waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, or climb to Sherrard Point to see five volcanoes. * Half-hour strolls and full-day adventures. * Hikes for everyone, including families. * Hikes ranked from easiest to most challenging. * GPS-compatible trail maps.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Bend and Central Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Bend and Central Oregon

Best Easy Day Hikes: Bend and Central Oregon includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for thirty favorite, easy-to-follow hikes in and around Bend. Gaze down at lava flows from the summit of Little Belknap Crater near Sisters, admire the colorful 400-foot-tall cliffs at Smith Rock State Park near Redmond, or enjoy stunning views of Cascade peaks on the Pilot Butte hike in downtown Bend. * Half-hour strolls and full-day adventures. * Hikes for everyone, including families. * GPS-compatible trail maps.

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Trails of Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument

Trails of Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument

This complete visitors guide includes everything you need to make the most of a visit to Crater Lake and Oregon Caves - detailed descriptions of every trail, sightseeing suggestions, and tips on where to stay. Included are color guides to the wildflowers and wildlife of the parks, as well as illustrated chapters about the parks' history and geology. The book was prepared in partnership with the Crater Lake Natural History Association and the Oregon Caves Natural History Association.

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Oregon's North Coast

Best Easy Day Hikes: Oregon's North Coast

This small pocket guide is designed for those visiting Oregon's northern coastline who are interested in short, easy trails (1-7 miles) that explore northern Oregon's scenic coastal parks and beaches. Best Easy Day Hikes: Oregon's North Coast contains 23 easy day hikes starting from Fort Canby State Park in southwest Washington and continuing south to Haceta Head Lighthouse in Oregon. The featured trails lead to some of the most scenic destinations, attractions, and wildlife viewing opportunities in the Northwest. Explore abandoned gun batteries at Fort Stevens Military Reservation, a historic lighthouse at Cape Meares State Park, or a sea cave at Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area. With concise descriptions and detailed maps for half-hour strolls to full-day adventures this handy pocket-size guidebook is for everyone, including families.

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Take a Hike Portland: Hikes within Two Hours of the City

Take a Hike Portland: Hikes Within Two Hours of the City

Portland and its surroundings are home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the West - it is a hiker's paradise. Because of the abundance of unrivaled scenery around the city, hiking in Portland is more than just a trek around the town. Outdoor expert and Portlandite Barbara I. Bond shows you the best hikes in and around Portland. All hikes within the guide take less than 2 hours to reach by car, with details on public transportation options and clear directions on how to reach the trailhead. Theresa has compiled lists of her favorite hikes including: Best For Hiking With Children; Best Waterfall Hikes; Best Wildflower Hikes; Best Bird Watching Hikes; Best Butt-Kickers; Best Views.

Let Barbara show you all the worthwhile hikes, from short, flat routes suitable for families to day-long, steep treks for more advanced hikers. Each hike profile contains practical information including point-by-point trail navigation, contact information, facilities, fees, parking instructions, and an easy-to-use map for each trail. From the 70-miles of trails in Forest Park, through the alpine meadows of the Cascades, up to the highest peak of Mt. Hood, your trip begins with Take a Hike Portland.

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