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Hiking in Astoria, Oregon

CATHEDRAL TREE/COLUMN TRAIL HIKE



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Trail Head - Irving




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Junction Cathedral Tree
(Continue West to Column, or North to Irving)


Cathedral Tree

ASTORIA RIVER WALK

The Waterfront Walkway along the trolley tracks has been completed in the downtown area and soon will stretch 5 miles from the Port of Astoria to Tongue Point.

COFFENBURY LAKE

Easy hike around the lake. A two mile hike around the lake, at Fort Stevens State Park. Fort Stevens' also has paved pathways for biking, and hiking through coastal forest, and coastal wetlands - very nice.

SADDLE MOUNTAIN TRAIL

Six miles round trip. Allow 3-4 hours for hiking plus time to enjoy the spectacular views at the top. Highest point is 3,283 feet. Usually open March to December. Drive to the trailhead at Saddle Mountain, the highest peak in the northern Coast Range, by taking Highway 26 to a clearly signed point 14 miles east of Seaside.