We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Well imagine this it is raining you walk down this well maintain path . It had been raining most of the week . Well the waves were just crashing on the shore . Awesome and the noise was loud . We came across a dead...More
Ok it was raining in a Rainforest. Amazing trails, beautiful scenery, foot bridge over a creek the ends in the Pacific. Reach the beach beach trail down to Short Sands Beach. Thanks to Governor Oswald West Oregon is 100% public access. The perfect place to...More
This was such a treat! We went on a very rainy, windy day and didn't expect to enjoy our hike through the rain forest to the beach to be such a delightful botanical wonder. The rainforest is stunning. Every direction and every inch was packed...More
There are several places to stop off the highway and I highly recommend stopping at any of them. We past a couple before finally pulling off and I was so thankful we did. The views are absolutely stunning!
We made the short trek to Devil’s Cauldron in the late afternoon, spectacular views. And the next morning we took a longer hike up Neahkahnie Mountain. It was foggy and drizzling so no views. But a fun hike, good exercise and on a sunny day...More
This trail starts very easy walk, then cross a new suspension bridge, then begins a climb up the trail. Very muddy, but some of our group did it in tennis shoes. We took a 5 year old girl, she did fine most of the time,...More