If you’ve ever visited the Pacific Northwest, then you already know about the unrelenting beauty that is the scenery there.
The more you make your way towards the coast, the more you are going to sink yourself into the emerald day-dream from all the foliage and other amazing sites there are at the ocean.
If you are ever planning a trip to the Oregon coast, then here are some other hiking trails that you may want to visit along the way!
The five mile hiking route you take to get to Cape Lookout has you wandering through a lush, old forest with tons of growth all over the place.
As well as a massive cliff-side area where you are able to view a stunning lookout over the pacific ocean and beaches.
Some even travel to this spot so that they can whale watch!
Samuel H Boardman State Scenic Corridor
This incredible trail is found in the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor.
The Natural Bridge Cove is one of the most fantasy-like scenes you could ever find yourself in on the Oregon coast.
The more you continue on the trail, you will be able to see beautiful sites of the ocean as it splashes into the rocky cliffs as well as the natural bridges themselves.
You can find this hiking trail near Nehalem.
The hike that you must take in order to reach Cape Falcon, you must first travel about 5 miles through an extremely baffling rain forest.
The Devil’s Punchbow
A leisure 2 mile hike leads you to the beautiful site that is the Devil’s Punchbowl.
If you are just looking for a small hike for the day, then this one takes you a good afternoon for you to enjoy it to the fullest effect.
You can find this hiking trail near Depoe Bay.
As one last great adventure with your visit to the Oregon coast, we would like to recommend traveling through Saddle Mountain.
This hike is about 5 and a half miles long to and from, and will take you to a beautifully nostalgic, grassy mountain side that’s also right by the ocean.
The best time to visit Saddle Mountain would be both summer and spring since there is a stunning array of wildflowers that bloom all around the area.
Hopefully these have given you some pretty good ideas as to what you want to plan for your trip.
It’s also wise to consider bringing lots of water proof gear because most of these trails will definitely be muddy and wet.