Take The Old Salmon River Trail In Oregon For A Shady Stroll

Oregon’s Mt. Hood National Forest offers up some of the most beautiful scenery in the state, and it’s chock-full of recreation opportunities. From skiing and snowshoeing in the winter to fishing, camping, and hiking in the summer, the forest is a beautiful outdoor playground. If you’re looking for an easy, relaxing hike that will take you right into some of the forest’s most stunning scenery, the Old Salmon River Trail is a great choice.

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Have you hiked the Old Salmon River Trail? We’d love to hear about your adventure!

If you’re looking for more fun in the Mt. Hood area, check out the Mt. Hood Adventure Park, where you can try a mountain slide, zip lining, horseback riding, and more.