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Most hikers would say that fall is the best season to hike in Oregon. Not only are the temperatures just about perfect, there are usually still plenty of sunny days until mid-November, there are no pesky bugs, the foliage is beautiful and there are far less people on the trails. Here is a list of some of the top 10 hikes that you should not miss out on this autumn season!
Hike of the month:
Chimney Rock is an easy 2.6 mile hike located 17 miles south of Prineville. The hike takes you high above the Crooked River and offers views of the canyon and the Three Sisters. Chimney Rock itself is a really cool 40 foot rock formation that is dotted with bright green and orange lichen which makes it look like it's painted.
what trails are accessible:
With the wildfire devastation that has occurred in Oregon, there are quite a few forest and road closured in place that are changing on a weekly basis
Check out what Hike Oregon trails and roads are currently accessible: http://bit.ly/2CNyuOe
In this week's new video I take you on a scenic journey through the Wallowa Mountains. Ice Lake up at 8,000 ft. was a dreamy place to camp and summit Matterhorn from there.