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Any time of year the Marys Peak trail calls you to hike. There are several routes of varying length, I recommend starting at the end of Woods Creek road for the real hike, but you can take hwy 34 to the cutoff and drive much...More
I don't hike in the mountains, but I miss it so much. The weather was clear and temps in the low 70's. We walked through the dense forest about 45 minutes to the bench. It felt like we were in the middle of nowhere, fantastic,...More
I live nearby, but do not take the experience for granted. It is a cool place to visit, and great to get a breath of high elevation air in your lungs. There are no negatives OTHER than the jerks who continually trash the parking lot...More
Quite the journey up the winding road to the top of Mary's Peak - and only open during the non-snow season (which varies from year to year). But once you are at the top - the amazing views are totally worth the trip. On a...More
In August we travelled to the top of Marys Peak with our family from out of state. The views from the parking area are fantastic anywhere you look, but a short,(15 minute), easy hike on one of the trails(?) led us to a beautiful alpine...More
This is one of the best panoramic views in all of Oregon. From the parking lot to the peak is 1.5 miles with elevation gain of 400 feet. The main trail spirals up to the peak (no switchbacks). There is no shade on the main...More
This place has a lot going for it. Great hiking trails across beautiful landscapes and wildflower shows in the spring. The road up to the site from the main roads is a lot of fun, especially if you are a "driver." The reason we won't...More