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10) Valley of the Giants,Oregon Coast Range in Northwest Oregon If you haven't stood side-by-side with an old growth tree like this, we really urge you to get to Valley of Giants, stat.

Most People Don't Know These 13 Hidden Gems In Oregon Even Exist

Valley of the Giants,Oregon Coast Range in Northwest Oregon If you haven't stood side-by-side with an old growth tree like this, we really urge you to get to Valley of Giants, stat. Absolutely Nothing like hiking the woods of Oregon!

Oswald West, between Manzanita and Cannon Beach.  You are required to walk 1/4 mile through an ancient forest, along a river path, before you reach the beach. If you are a fan of mossy tree stumps, like me, this is the place to go.

On next visit to Oregon Coast: Oswald West, between Manzanita and Cannon Beach. You are required to walk mile through an ancient forest, along a river path, before you reach the beach. If you are a fan of mossy tree stumps, this is the place to go.

Witches Castle. Forest Park, Portland, Oregon

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Spirit Falls, Oregon... ❤ Spirit falls is a gorgeous 40 feet channeled waterfall, flowing over moss covered rock on Alex Creek near Cottage Grove, Oregon. Originally named Andrea Falls, was discovered in 1978...  Google+

Spirit Falls, Oregon-Spirit falls is a 40 feet channeled waterfall, flowing over moss covered rock on Alex Creek near Cottage Grove, Oregon. Originally named Andrea Falls, was discovered in 1978

Oregon Parks along the Oregon Coast Trail - details which have campfrounds

If i ever get to make it to Oregon anytime soon.Oregon Parks along the Oregon Coast Trail - details campgrounds

"Neptune's Secret Garden," near Cannon Beach, Oregon.

rhamphotheca: magicalnaturetour: “Neptune’s Secret Garden” Tide pools with Green Anemones (Anthopleura xanthogrammica) and Ochre Stars (Pisaster ochraceus), near Cannon Beach, Oregon (photo: Gary Loveless)

You'll walk past enormous Douglas Firs and Hemlocks, some of which are estimated to be around 500 years old.

The Gorgeous 500-Year-Old Forest In Oregon You Need To See At Least Once

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