Hiking & Biking Trails in Southern Oregon

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217019
Hobart Bluff looking down on the Rogue Valley
Ashland, OR 97520
The natural inclination, upon reaching the PCT crossing on Soda Mountain Road, is to hike in the opposite direction on the PCT, away from Hobart Bluff, south toward Soda Mountain’s 6,200-foot summit. While that is not a bad hike for a while, the route misses the summit and ends up following old jeep roads. The trek eastward towards Hobart Bluff is not only far easier and less snowbound but impressive in its own right. Some...Read More
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howard prairie lake and resort
3249 Hyatt Prairie Rd
Ashland, OR 97520
541-482-1979
The Howard Prairie Resort is 155 beautiful acres, including 1.63 miles of lake frontage and breathtaking views of Mt. McLoughlin. The lake waters are teeming with both trout and bass and have some of the best fishing in Southern Oregon. Offering everything from tent sites to large RV sites, a rentable 2-bedroom Cabin, a store, restaurant, laundry facilities, and full-service boat marina, The Howard Prairie Resort is the ideal location for a unique outdoor excursion...Read More
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217008
hyatt lake resort in the cascades national forest. cabins and boat doc available
7900 Hyatt Prairie Rd
Ashland, OR 97520
541-482-3331
Hyatt Lake Resort, is nestled in the southern Oregon Cascades at 5,100 feet in elevation. We offer our guests clean, comfortable accommodations in tastefully furnished mountain Cabins with amenities like private Hot Tubs & Satellite TV. The Resort also offers a Full Service Restaurant, open 7 days per week for home-cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner, also featuring amazing Pizzas. Full service bar, beer on tap, and wine are also available for those guests over 21. Snack...Read More
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217043
Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area in Trail Oregon
35251 OR-62
Trail, OR 97541
Picture yourself in a campsite overlooking Lost Creek Reservoir with wildlife, large conifer trees, and mountains surrounding you. Take a hike or bike ride on our 11-mile trail system, through the forest with year-round streams and wildlife viewing. Take a swim in the cool, mountain water; rent a boat from the marina (call (541) 560-3646 for information), and troll the 10-mile lake for trout and bass ... an angler's dream. Or bring your own boat...Read More
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216690
Lost Creek Lake in Oregon
35211 Hwy 62
Trail, OR 97541
541-867-7451
Nestled in the heart of the Cascade Mountains, Lost Creek Lake and Marina are a welcome surprise when traveling along Highway 62 towards Crater Lake. Just 36 Miles from Medford, Lost Creek Lake can be a pleasant day-trip or a week long camping adventure.

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217020
pilot rock near ashland oregon
Ashland, OR 97520
The sentinel guarding Oregon’s border against invaders from the south has long been a landmark to pioneers. Hence it’s name. Visible for miles from the south and east, it is the first Oregon landmark people notice as they head up Interstate 5 from California (except for Mount McLoughlin). Highlight: A very steep trail to the top of a famous pioneer landmark.

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216686
3030 RoxyAnn Rd
Medford, OR 97504
Prescott Park starts from Roxy Ann Drive off of Hillcrest Road. The park totals 1740 acres of hiking and mountain biking trails, both paved and unpaved. The park was named after Constable George J. Prescott, a member of the Lions Club and big supporter of park development. In 1930, the Lions Club purchased 200 acres for park use and donated it to the City of Medford. The additional acreage was purchased by the City via...Read More
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217047
Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint in Prospect Oregon
Mill Creek Dr.
Prospect, OR 97536
Come enjoy the beautiful, quiet secluded forest. This area has picnic tables and a hiking trail leading to Pearsony Falls, the amazing Rogue River gorge and Mill Creek Falls. No drinking water at this site.

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217023
red butte wilderness near ruch oregon
Ruch, OR 97530
The Red Buttes pop up now and then on many southern Oregon back roads, usually just for a second. Their double-humped camelback outline is an instant giveaway. Also, they are red (orange actually). Highlight: Close-up exploration of the beautiful namesake peak of the Red Buttes Wilderness.

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217082
Rogue River Gorge Falls in Prospect Oregon
Prospect, OR 97536
The term Rogue River Gorge is often applied to long stretches of the Wild and Scenic River, but this short stretch where the river courses through a narrow chasm carved no wider than 10 feet in places, is the proper feature to apply the name to. This waterfall occurs at the head of the gorge. The falls begin where the river splits around an island composed of basalt talus. The visible channel of the river...Read More
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