One of the best things to do in Central Oregon is hiking. What’s even better is hiking trails that lead you to panoramic views of waterfalls, cascades, and rapids. The waterfalls in Central Oregon all boast of unique natural beauty. Some were formed over lava formations, while some have impressive tall drops. Not to mention…
The state of Oregon offers many beautiful hiking trails. From the scenic Oregon Coast to the lush Willamette Valley and its waterfalls to Central Oregon’s high desert, these are five amazing bucket list hikes you must try in Oregon. Silver Falls: Trail of Ten Falls Near: Silverton, OregonDistance: 9 mile loop, shorter options also available…
The Tumalo Falls hike is a must do in Central Oregon for hikers who love waterfalls. Following the North Fork Trail, there are several options of varying lengths. Here are a few things you should know before you go.
The walk to Steelhead Falls from the trailhead is a short 0.5 miles one way. The trail continues down the river, but the falls is the main attraction and most scenic viewpoint. This is also a popular area for fishing.
The Cline Butte Loop Trail is an easy-to-moderate hike in Eagle Crest, not far from Redmond, Oregon.
Cline Falls on the Deschutes River is a short walk with a beautiful viewpoint just off the Mackenzie Highway, near Eagle Crest resort. There are a number of places to approach the falls, but we think the view is best from the East side of the river.
If you’re looking for great hikes near Bend, Oregon – or even better, hikes near Redmond, Oregon – then the beautiful Smith Rock State Park trails are one of the best places to start.