When you head off on a hiking trail in Oregon, you’re sure to see a wealth of beauty. Whether you’re making your way out onto a cape overlooking the Pacific, through a forest full of waterfalls, or along switchbacks to a mountain peak, the fresh air, flora, and fauna will definitely make an impression.

Tucked away in the Siuslaw National Forest, Marys Peak stands at 4,097 feet. It’s the highest point on Oregon’s Coast Range, and it’s well worth your effort. Pack a picnic and head to the trailhead!

Learn more about the Marys Peak Scenic Botanical Area on the U.S. Forest Service page, and see the trail guide here.

Have you hiked to Marys Peak? We’d love to see your photos in the comments!

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