I have done a bit of hiking here in Oregon, and I really want to go hiking other places as well. I have begun a list of places I want to go hiking in. Some of the hikes I want to go on will also include camping, which is totally fine by me.
- Garden of the Gods – Colorado Springs
- Trail of Ten Falls Loop – Silver Falls State Park – Oregon
- The Scottish Highlands
- Short 2 – 5 day hikes in the Sierra Nevadas, along the PCT
- Somewhere in the Colorado Rockies
- The Grand Canyon
- Monument Valley – Arizona
- The Great Smoky Mountains
- The Adirondack Mountains
- The Peak District – UK
- Lake Louise – Alberta
This is not a complete list, it is just the beginning. I know I want to do more hiking than what I have listed here. The places I have listed above are just the places I currently know that I want to go hiking at.
As I do more hiking, and go on more adventures I will for sure be keeping you all updated.
If you all want to see more pictures from my adventures than what I post here on the blog, be sure that you have liked my Facebook page, as I will be posting pictures, and updates and all that kind of stuff there, that I may not necessarily post here on my blog.
I decided to compile a list of the Hikes I know I have been on, there may be more that I am not remembering at the moment, but these are the ones I can remember.
I am hoping to be adding to this list over the next few years. If you have any recommendations, leave me a comment down below, and you never know, it could show up in a future blog post about hikes I have been on.
Barkerville to Richfield
John’s Island – Francois Lake
Skihist Provincial Park
Trees of Mystery – there are a few easy trails on this site that I have done
Waimea Falls Park – Waimea Valley, Oahu. It is an easy hike in the valley, up to a waterfall at the end.
Tumwater Falls Park
North head lighthouse & Cape Disappointment Lighthouse – along the SW Washington Coast
Mt Saint Helens Forest Learning
Johnston Ridge Observatory – there are some hiking trails around there that I have done.
From what my brother can remember, our grandparents probably took us on a hike along the puget sound.
Bridal Veil Falls
Fort Stevens State Park
Fort Clatsop State Park
Oxbow Regional Park
Cooper Mountain Nature Park
Silver Falls State Park (just a portion of it, not the whole thing)
South Beach State Park, where the campground is roughly 1/4 to 1/2 Mile from the actual beach line
I have set a goal, that while I am still able to, I want to hike at least one place in all 50 states, and there are a couple of states, that I have done some hiking in, that I want to do more hiking in.
Here in Oregon, besides doing the whole trail of 10 falls, which is in Silver Falls State Park, all the hikes I want to do in this state are either at the coast or in central & eastern Oregon.
In California, I want to go do some hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountains, I have also heard there are a few good ones in the Sacramento and Redding areas. There are also a few in Southern California I would like to do.
If I ever get back to Hawaii, I definitely have a couple I would like to do!
But yeah, going for a hike in each of the 50 states would be a great way to see the country, and do what I love doing.
With my Aunt and Uncle visiting from Canada, we have been doing a lot more than we usually do.
We went to the beach earlier this week.
Today we went to lunch with some of my mom and aunts cousins, at a restaurant down by the Willamette River. We were able to have a table up on the second floor, that overlooked the river. It was a great view.
So I figured I would share some pictures that I took while I was with the family today.
The Portland Spirit:
Looking at the Willamette River:
Today, I went with my parents, as well as my aunt and uncle to the beach.
My aunt and uncle live up in northern British Columbia. My aunt had grown up here in the states and moved up to Canada when she married my uncle.
They come down to visit annually, and one of the things they like to do is go to the beach while they are here.
Today was the day we went to the beach. It was overcast the whole day, and tried to rain a few times, but didn’t really start to rain until we were back in the valley.
While this part of the coast isn’t where I typically go when I get to choose, it still was fun, and it was still the beach.
My favorite smell is the smell of a campfire mixed with the ocean air, and I definitely smelled that today.