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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
Wow, I didn't write a TR here in months! This summer passed like a week, it's been very busy time.
Every Labor Day I try to visit a new place that would be too far for just a 1-night tr ...
[b]2018.25 - Willamette Pass / Pulpit Rock / Rosary Lake Loop[/b]
[i]“Garage Sale” [/i]
Rating: 3.5 Stars
I spent the long weekend exploring some of the east side of the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness, which I've never visited before. I started at the Cabot Lake Trailhead, hiked into Carl Lake and stayed the ...
No photos for this, just a basic text trip report, because this trail gets very little attention on OH.org and I thought it might be nice to file a report for people seeking info in the future. ...
[b]2018.24 - Johnston Ridge Observatory - Mt St Helens[/b]
[i]“The big reveal” [/i]
Rating: 4 Stars
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