Volcano Land. Yes that’s right, Volcanoes. Oregon has nearly 3,000 once active volcanoes. What does this mean for our Outdoor Recreationalist? It means beautiful high mountain lakes, alpine peaks, glaciers, and very rewarding hiking. The lava fields run the whole way to the Pacific Ocean. Speaking of the Ocean, the Oregon Beachline is public land. Thanks to the 1967 Beach Bill, Oregonians will always own and have access to their beaches. In the US, this only occurs in Oregon. The future of The Oregon APT is being scouted and continuously rerouted. Be a part of constructing The Oregon Trail by becoming a Builder.
The majesty of Oregon’s 362-mile coastline unfolds around every bend along the Oregon Coast Trail, also known as the OCT. Hikers cross sandy beaches, meander through forest-shaded corridors, traverse majestic headlands and pass through 28 coastal towns.
The mission of the Pacific Crest Trail Association is to protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as a world-class experience for hikers and equestrians, and for all the values provided by wild and scenic lands.