It’s A Short, Easy Stroll To The 300-Year-Old Cathedral Tree In Oregon

Astoria is one of Oregon’s most charming towns, and it’s well-know for many things: as the oldest town in the state, as the place where the movie The Goonies was shot, and as home to the Astoria-Megler bridge, which is the longest continuous truss bridge it the country.

There’s another amazing thing to see here in Astoria, and it’s a natural wonder. Take a short, easy trail to see the Cathedral Tree.

Irving Avenue Trailhead: 2800 Irving Avenue, Astoria, OR 97103

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Have you taken the Cathedral Tree Trail? Tell us about your adventure in the comments!

While you’re in Oregon, take a stroll along the Astoria Riverfront Walk, and make sure to catch the views from atop the Astoria Column.

Address: 2800 Irving Ave, Astoria, OR 97103, USA