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Neahkahnie Mountain Loop Hike/Log

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Neahkahnie Mountain Loop Hike

This is a trail log page. The hike mile column refers to how many miles you'll have hiked on this particular hike to reach the listed point. Hike miles will be different from one hike to another. The trail mile column is a permanent marker for the trail measuring miles from the start of the trail. Trail miles are a permanent feature of the trail and are the same from hike to hike. Sections of the trail included in this hike are blue. Other trail segments are provided for you to personalize your own hikes.


Oregon Coast Trail (Oswald West Section only)
Hike Mile Trail Mile Marker Dual Trail Mile Marker Elevation Notes Location
0.0 0 Arch Cape
6.1 (CF) 2.3 100 Junction.JPG Oregon Coast-Cape Horn North Trail Junction
7.1 (CF) 1.3 100 Blumenthal Falls
7.2 (CF) 1.2 120 Water.JPG Unnamed Creek
7.7 (CF) 0.7 90 Water.JPG Kerwin Creek Crossing
7.9 (CF) 0.5 100 Junction.JPG Oregon Coast-Cape Horn South Trail Junction
8.2 20 Short Sands Creek Bridge
8.4 20 Necarney Creek Bridge
0.0 9.7 200 North Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead
2.3 12.0 1600 Neahkahnie Mountain North Trail Summit
2.5 12.2 1600 Neahkahnie Mountain Viewpoint
2.7 12.4 Bench
2.9 12.6 Road Crossing
4.0 13.7 760 South Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead


Unnamed Side Road
Hike Mile Trail Mile Marker Dual Trail Mile Marker Elevation Notes Location
4.0 760 Road.JPG South Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead
4.4 500 Road.JPG Highway 101


Highway 101
Hike Mile Trail Mile Marker Dual Trail Mile Marker Elevation Notes Location
4.4 500 Road.JPG Highway 101
5.4 200 Road.JPG North Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead


  • Campsite.JPG Campsite
  • Closed.JPG Closed area
  • Bathroom.JPG Restrooms
  • Road.JPG Road access
  • Junction.JPG Trail junction
  • View.JPG View
  • Water.JPG Water source

Icons courtesy of famfamfam.com

Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

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