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Hiking & Backpacking near Estacada

Estacada is home to hundreds of miles of hiking trails, some with connections to the Pacific Crest Trail. Visitors from around the world flock to see the raw nature and beauty the hiking trails located throughout the Mt. Hood National Forest bring. Create your adventure today!

Below you will find great resources for locating hiking trails around Estacada, The Clackamas River Wilderness Area and the Mt. Hood National Forest.

US Forest Service

Clackamas River Wilderness Area

The 9,181 acre Clackamas Wilderness consists of five widely separated tracts of road-less land, scattered on either side of the Clackamas River over 50 miles east of Estacada. 

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Map My Hike

Discover Your Path

MapMyHike.com lets you join those around you to find great hiking routes and courses.  Download the app to track your progress and discover new places! There are over 60 routes and courses on MapMyHike.com

Discover Hiking Trails on MapMyHike.com

Oregon 
Hikers

A Service of Trailkeepers of Oregon

A List of great hikes complete with directions to find trial heads. If you are looking for a new adventure this is a great place to start! Oregon Hikers is a Service of Trailkeepers of Oregon

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Hike Estacada! Share your pictures #Estacada
Hike Estacada! Share your pictures #Estacada

 

If you know of a hidden gem or something new, post it in the comments below! 

RSS Forest Service Alerts

  • Slide on Forest Road 7010 May 14, 2019
    Visitor report of a slide on Forest Road 7010 near Skin Creek, totally blocking the road within Clackamas Ranger District: %3A503%3A 630-6861 Coordinates: 44.96099738, -122.2094612
  • Eagle Creek Fire Area Closure November 23, 2018
    Due to the Eagle Creek Fire, a legal closure is in effect for the Hood River Ranger District. The following are closed: Lands south of I-84- and north of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Arca boundary; bounded on the west by the Larch Mountain Trail #441, Multnomah Spur Trail 11446 and theOneonta Trail#424: and […]
  • Trillium Lake Boardwalk Temporarily Closed July 13, 2018
    A part of the boardwalk around Trillium Lake is temporarily closed due to the need to replace a section of rotting wood. The public is still able to walk to the closure points at either end of the affected part of the boardwalk.

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