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Duffy Lake

Oregon is such an amazing place, with its thundering waterfalls, raging rivers and creeks, scraggly volcanic peaks and it’s beautiful clear mountain lakes! In the Willamette National Forest alone, there are over 500 lakes hidden amongst the dense timber, ranging […]

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Henline Mountain Trail -Hiking

The trail immediately begins with steady and steep switchbacks through the forest. We have been here before so we know to take our time and pace ourselves for

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The Three Pyramids Hike

This is a wonderful trail. It’s short and yes steep, but well worth the effort. It should be called the “Three Pyramids Wildflower Hike” because of the diversity

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Triangulation Peak

This is an easy half-day hike and well worth it, for the views are spectacular. The trailhead starts at over 4,000 feet in elevation so be prepared for

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Salmon River Estuary: Kayaking

In 1974, Congress established the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area with the mission of maintaining and restoring native habitat, enhancing the scenic qualities of the area and educating

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Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge

The 2,492-acre Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1965 and is dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and their habitats, specifically the Dusky Canada geese. It

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Clear Lake Adventure Boating, Hiking & Camping

Clear Lake is nestled among majestic evergreens and towering volcanic peaks in the Cascade Range west of Sisters. (There are actually 11 lakes in Oregon with the name

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Urban Hike – 4-T Trail

This is a great loop hike and has all the parts; a hike through the trees in the beautiful Forest Park, a ride down the aerial Tram from

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Kings Mountain

Kings Mountain is located in the Tillamook Forest between Portland and the coast. It’s a strenuous hike but the views from the peak are dramatic and sweep from

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Neahkahnie Mountain

Neahkahnie Mountain has an undeniably stunning view of the Oregon Coast, from Manzanita all the way to Tillamook Bay. Formed from volcanic flows over 17 million years ago,

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