PDX Hiking 365

Where should we go this weekend? Like most Portland hikers, you want to go outside year-round, rain or shine. But most guidebooks tantalize you with places you can only access a few months a year. PDX Hiking 365 breaks through the fog to provide you fantastic hikes all year long, from January to December. Organized by month, 365 gives you ten great hikes for each month of the year, from New Years Day to New Years Eve. With PDX Hiking 365, you should be able to explore year-round for years to come.

1. Ecola State Park: Indian Beach and Tillamook Head
2. Bayocean Spit
3. Mount Tabor
4. Oxbow Park
5. Moulton Falls
6. Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Shepherd’s Dell Falls
7. Mosier Twin Tunnels
8. Stacker Butte
9. Heritage Landing and Ferry Springs
10. Deschutes River Trail

11. Oceanside and Cape Meares
12. Soapstone Lake
13. Nehalem Spit
14. Council Crest
15. Oaks Bottom Park
16. Eagle-Fern Park
17. Henline Falls
Bonus Hike: Cedar Creek Road
18. Catherine Creek and Tracy Hill
19. Coyote Wall
20. Klickitat Mineral Springs

21. Netarts Spit
22. Cape Lookout
23. Drift Creek Falls
24. Tualatin Hills Nature Park
25. Hamilton Mountain
26. Elowah and Wahclella Falls
27. Hood River Pipeline Trail
28. Lower Klickitat River Trail
29. Lyle Cherry Orchard
30. Cottonwood Canyon

31. Lower McLeay Park and Pittock Mansion
32A. Camassia Natural Area
32B. Canemah Bluff
33. Clackamas River Trail
34. Little North Santiam River Trail
35. Eagle Creek
36. Lower Starvation Loop and Mitchell Point
37. Mosier Plateau and Rowena Crest
38. Swale Canyon
39. Crawford Oaks Loop
40. Criterion Ranch
Bonus: Smith Rock

41. Neahkahnie Mountain via Short Sand Beach
42. Cascade Head
43. Upper Clackamas River
44. Falls Creek Falls
45. Indian Point
46. Dog Mountain
47. Rowena Crest and Tom McCall Point
48. Bald Butte
49. Badger Creek
50. School Canyon
Bonus: White River Falls

51. Saddle Mountain
52. Marys Peak
53. Siouxon Creek
54. Angels Rest
55. Larch Mountain
56. Green Point Mountain
57. Burnt Lake
58. Fifteenmile Creek
59. Rooster Rock
60. Dome Rock

61. Coldwater Peak
62. Ape Canyon
63. Lava Canyon
64. Silver Star Mountain
65. Bald Mountain and Muddy Fork
66. McNeil Point
67A. Heather Canyon
67B. Elk Meadows and Gnarl Ridge
68A. Lookout Mountain via High Prairie
68B. Lookout Mountain via Fret Creek
69. Bull of the Woods Loop
70. Bear Point

71A. Foggy Flat
71B. High Camp
72. Bird Creek Meadows
73. Paradise Park
74. Yocum Ridge
75. Cairn Basin and Elk Cove
76. Cooper Spur
77. Serene Lake Loop
78. Big Slide Lake
79. Park Ridge
80. Jefferson Park via South Breitenbush

81. Crescent Beach
82. Cape Falcon
83. Mount Saint Helens
84. Indian Racetrack and Red Mountain
85. Lewis River Trail
86. Takhlakh Lake and Council Bluff
87. Lost Lake
88. Tumala Mountain and Plaza Lake
89. Olallie Backcountry Loop
90. Olallie-Ruddy Hill Loop

91. Hoyt Arboretum
92. Coldwater Lake
93. June Lake
94. Ramona Falls
95. Ponderosa Point
96. Tamanawas Falls and Lamberson Spur
97. Boulder Lake and Bonney Butte
98. South Breitenbush River
99. Bagby Hot Springs
100. Opal Creek

101. Warrior Rock on Sauvie Island
102. North Forest Park
103. Ridge Trail Loop
104. Firelane 1 Loop
105. Milo McIver State Park
106. Cape Horn
107. Multnomah-Wahkeena Loop
108. Dry Creek Falls
109. Benson Plateau via the Pacific Crest Trail
110. Herman Creek

111. Cape Disappointment
112. Fort Stevens State Park
113. Gnat Creek
114. Triple C Loop
115. Powell Butte
116. Mount Talbert
117. Scouters Mountain
118. Salmon River Trail
119. Shellburg Falls
120. Silver Falls State Park

  • Boulder Lake in October