Are you taking the Central Oregon Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge? Here you can see all the hikes logged in our 2018 challenge, with the most recent at the top. Click on a hike log to see all the details, more photos and leave comments for the challengers.
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadPaulina Peak Trail (not the lake start)I really enjoyed Paulina Peak Trail. The steep sections don't last for very long before it gets a bit easier and you catch your breath. I especially liked the clear trail. With a bad knee it's difficult climbing over large rocks and tree trunks. This trail was […]Read More →
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadPaulina Peak TrailheadI loved this hike. The views on the way up and at the top were incredible and the walk through the trees made for a perfect morning hike. The trail starts out pretty steady and easy going but after about a half mile the steepness begins but the reward is worth […]Read More →
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadCrater RIM trail Trail No. 57Groupfour other ladies from Girls who hike OCThis hike is very scenic. many lakes are visible. at times there was some steep climbs; but for the most part it was pleasant. the scenery was breathtaking. one tend to ignore the toughness of the hike if it is tough […]Read More →
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadPaulina Peak THGroupSocial Group (4)Day Three Hike. Paulina Peak was a quite pleasant hike. We started at the TH and worked our way up the crater. Wonderful forest community with a variety of views. We took it pretty easy, lots of snow/frost on the White Pine and nutcracker photos. I enjoyed the informational […]Read More →
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadPaulina Peak THThe morning started off a little cool, 57 degrees at 9:00 a.m. The trail was full of people, families and groups. I solo'd this hike, and it was beautiful. Just before the summit, I spurred off on the loop trail and explored a bit first. The views all around were amazing […]Read More →
Peak SummitedPaulina PeakTrailheadPaulina lake TrailheadWell, first of all we started at the visitor center because we didn’t realize you can actually start up higher. We started up the peak road but didn’t see a sign and didn’t want to go too far up… we were there to hike, not drive to the summit! Even though […]Read More →