Explore Oregon

Why stay inside?

This is Oregon after all, and the expert staff at Oregon Wild lead outdoor adventures around the state throughout the year. Join us to experience Oregon's outdoors and learn more about the state's spectacular wild places. All hikes are FREE unless otherwise noted. Sign up for our e-mail alerts to get advance invitations to Oregon Wild hikes and events, and check out our list of suggested hikes.

Hike space is limited so pre-registration is required. Complete trip details are provided upon RSVP, but some important hiker information is listed here. Click on any of the events below for more information, to access a link to sign up, and to view the assigned coordinator's contact information. Now lace up your boots and let's go!

Can't make a scheduled hike? Explore on your own with some of Oregon Wild's suggested outings!

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Hikers on the McNeil Point trail in Mount Hood National Forest (photo by Eric Nomura)

Hikes & Events

general event
May 02, 2018: On May 2nd, join KEEN, Oregon Wild, and Congressman Earl Blumenauer for a Town Hall about the state of our public lands...
Hiking event
May 05, 2018: Join us for a day in the trees! It’s an experience that few in the world have had – sitting atop a mighty Doug fir or...
Hiking event
May 06, 2018: Enjoy spring wildflowers and cascades along the lovely Sweet Creek in the Oregon Coast Range. Difficulty: EasyDistance...
Conference
May 12, 2018: Yachats Commons is a Scent-Free building. 
general event
May 12, 2018: 
As central Oregonians, we are fortunate to interact with public lands and wild places regularly. Our access to the...
Conference
May 12, 2018: As central Oregonians, we are fortunate to interact with public lands and wild places regularly. Our access to the...
benefit / fundraiser
May 16, 2018: Great beer begins with clean water. Join us and celebrate Oregon craft brews and the forest watersheds that make them...
Hiking event
Jun 02, 2018: Take in the views, ancient forests, and spectacular wildflowers on the climb up Mount June in Eugene’s backyard...