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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
I lead a group of beginner's backpackers out to Skookum Lake via Thunder Mountain Trail on Saturday (6/15) for an overnight trip.
The road in to the trailhead is in fairly good shape for ...
I just got home from a 2-night backpack loop that I didn't see posted anywhere and thought I would share!
Day 1: We left the car at the Douglas Trailhead on a Friday around noon and foll ...
I have passed by Ramona Falls many times since it is on the PCT and it is an easy day hike from the Ramona Falls Trailhead. ...
We had an evening start to our hike and camped overnight on the east climbers trail just outside the Timberline ski boundary, but this hike would be better done as a day hike with less gear to cart ...
A buddy and I are hoping to complete the Timberline trail loop this summer and the dates we have are July 8-11, 2019. We plan on taking it slow and finishing in 3-4 days, as we are relatively begin ...
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