Tillamook County Hiking Guide

Kilchis PointWhen you think of Tillamook County, you might picture your favorite beach. However, thanks to a series of rocky headlands and the continuous presence of the Coast Range, it is also home to a multitude of hiking opportunities.

The Oregon Coast Trail, which runs the entire 382-mile length of the Oregon coast offers jaunts through forests, over dunes and along promontories overlooking crashing waves. The Tillamook State Forest is filled with non-motorized trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians, while the Siuslaw National Forest encompasses temperate rain forests, meadows and lakes.

Doug Fir Invites Readers To “Like My Hike”

Highway 131 set to reopen this afternoon or evening, Thursday, March 3

Speaker to offer insights on how Lewis and Clark expedition influenced Oregon’s development

Coast Guard rescues injured hiker from beach near Cascade Head

Polar plunges and guided hikes dominate local New Year’s Day activities

Kilchis Point Reserve

Bayocean Spit

Neahkahnie Mountain South Trail

Cape Lookout Main Trail

Hikers invited to guided excursions at Two Rivers Peninsula, former Jesuit retreat

Cape Kiwanda

King’s Mountain

Cape Meares Trail

Whalen Island

Oceanside, Tunnel Beach, Agate Beach, Short Beach