Siuslaw
National Forest

The Siuslaw National Forest ( sy-EW-slaw) is a national forest in western Oregon in the United States. Established in 1908, the Siuslaw is made up of a wide variety of ecosystems, ranging from coastal forests to sand dunes.
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The Siuslaw National Forest's Cape Perpetua Scenic Area is one of the jewels of …
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Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area contains 40 miles of Oregon's Pacific coas…
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On good weather days, the short trails leading down to the rugged, rocky shores …
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PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not permitted on this trail even on leash. You may have se…
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Panoramic Views of the Salmon River Meeting the Pacific
Atop the grassy summit of the Cascade Head is a great place to sit and take in the many sights of the Oregon Coast: the meandering Salmon River, the smooth sandy beaches, the rugged basalt headlands, and of course the ocean. It is accessible year-round via an easy-to-moderate 2 mile hike from the…
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The Horse Creek Trail today reaches Drift Creek via two disjunct sections that d…
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This beautiful hike down a slope of Coast Range old-growth offers a glimpse into…
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This is a wonderful little loop in an old growth Noble Fir forest near the summi…
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8.5-10 miles of this hike is done on foot. The remaining distance is a return tr…
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With four different trailheads along this 2.6 mile trail there are many options …
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This hike offers something for everyone, a waterfall, a huge suspension bridge a…
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In the 1850s, settlers in the Tillamook area constructed a trail over the Coast …
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The East Ridge trail begins at the Connor's Camp Trailhead parking area. You ent…
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From the parking area for the Marys Peak Summit Trailhead, begin by heading sout…
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From the parking area, go through the closed gate and find the trailhead 50 feet…
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Hebo Lake is a small two-acre reservoir on the slopes of Mount Hebo, one of the …
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