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Welcome to Oregon Hikers
Welcome to the Oregon Hikers Forum
, an online community dedicated to hiking and exploring the outdoors in Oregon and southwest Washington! With more than 7,000 registered members, you'll find new trip reports posted in our discussion forums daily. You can also explore our ever-growing Oregon Hikers Field Guide
, with hundreds of trail descriptions, photos and maps to help you plan your adventures. The field guide is written by our forum members, and provided for the larger hiking community as a free service to promote hiking and our trail legacy. The forums and field guide can be browsed by anyone, but we do encourage you set up an account and join in the conversation. Thanks for stopping by!
Popular Trip Reports
My best friend and I made a venture up to Table Lake in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness this past weekend. We are doing +/- 65 miles in the Wallowas at the end of the month, and this was a good pract ...
The McIntyre Ridge Trail has a "musical chairs" history when it comes to access. The original trailhead at the end of Road 110 (on BLM land) was ...
Broken Top Area: 7/12/19
What: Broken Top Area Hike
Who: Me (Born2BBrad), Chase
Quick info for snow level. Lots of trails snow free, but lots of snow i ...
Backpacked the loop clockwise from Timberline Lodge July 8-11. Started late afternoon Monday and finished late afternoon Thursday. Camped at Paradise Park, Cairn Basin and Cloud Cap Campground - al ...
Spent a couple chilly nights on the north side of Mt Adams July 5-7. It was overcast each morning and very chilly, but eventually it burned off and the afternoons were cool but pleasant. We did sho ...
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