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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
Starting from Corvallis, I took a 1/2 day of work on Friday, and drove up 242 early afternoon. The weather was great, and the traffic wasn't bad. I got to the trailhead about 2:30, and was off into ...
I first went to Eagle Cap in 2009, and since then I have made a trip there every year except for 2016, with a backpacking trip there every one of those years except 2010. For this, my 10th year of ...
Returned Friday from a standard clockwise loop of Mt Hood on the Timberline Trail. I last completed this loop in 2016 prior to the "new and improved" crossing of Elliot Creek.
Since thi ...
I recently ran the entirety of the Wildwood, which has always been on my bucket list. I agreed to run it with a buddy I met while running the Portland Trail Series, in spite ...
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