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Mary's Peak

Mary's Peak, the highest point in the Coast Range has a variety of trails, and spectacular views from Ocean to Cascades
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 6.2 miles
Duration: Half day
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Overview :  Marys Peak, at 4,097 feet, is the highest point in Oregon’s Coast Range and the most prominent peak to the west of Corvallis.

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Tips:  Directions East Ridge Trail/Conner's Camp

Follow Highway 34 west from Philomath for 10 miles then turn north from Highway 34 onto... more »

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Points of Interest

1. East Ridge Trailhead

2. North Ridge Trailhead

3. Old Growth Douglas Fir Forest

4. Trail Junction

Left continues up Mary's Peak, right heads toward the North Ridge Trail

5. Trail Junction

Right heads up Mary's Peak, left connects with the East Ridge Trail

6. Upper Parking Lot

You can avoid hiking most of the way by parking at this lot. Accessible by driving past the East Ridge Trailhead and continuing up Mary's Peak Road.

There are also restrooms located here.

7. Mary's Peak Summit

Look to the west you can see the ocean. Look to the east you can see the Three Sisters, look to the north you can see Mt Jefferson and Mt Hood.