Here is what to expect when you sign up for our Astoria and Warrenton Trail Adventures pass.
Each trail location includes:
If there are options for making trails easier or more challenging, we’ve included those modifications in the trail description. Please keep in mind hours of operation at certain parks and trailheads are subject to change. Day-use fees may also apply at select areas. Please visit the trail’s website or call ahead for details. Please make sure to read trail-specific rules at the trailhead or on their website, to do your part in keeping our trails clean and available to everyone. Stay safe, be kind and have fun.
Use this guide, trail adventures pass and website information at your own risk. In using the information, you agree to hold AWACC free from any and all liability.
As you read about the different routes, here are some handy definitions, from All Trails, to keep in mind:
- the name of the hike
- Length, type of trail, difficulty level
- Trail Description and highlights
- Instructions about the trail head including parking and restrooms.
- a link to an authoritative website for each trail
- driving directions to the parking area to access the trail (the “Map” link takes you to the parking area)
: Start and end at the same location and follow a single trail or multiple trails to form a loop.
: Start and end at the same location and follow a single trail or multiple trails to an end point and then return along the same route. The length listed is for both directions.
: Start and end in different locations. These routes can be done as an out-and-back or you can arrange transportation on the other end. The length listed is for one direction.
All trail distances provided are for the total length of the mapped route. For example, a 5 mile loop, or out-and-back trail, is 5 miles total from start to finish.
: Most of our trails are easy, with mild to no elevation changes, making them more accessible to new and young hikers.
: You’ve tackled the easy hikes, now start pushing yourself a little more. While you’ll still find shorter hikes, overall, the mileage starts increasing, the elevation changes become more pronounced, and you’ll start working up more of a sweat on these.
: We have not included any trails on this list that are considered difficult. If you’d like more of a challenge, we suggest exploring a little further into the north coast region to visit Saddle Mountain State Natural Area
, Tillamook Head Trail at Ecola State Park
or Oswald West State Park
with Neahkahnie Mountain and Cape Falcon hikes.