The rain is coming down in buckets, thank you weather gods. We thought it would be a great time to revisit a rainy day hikes episode from last year.
The Wilson River Trail runs almost 24 miles through the Coast Range, offering hikers a variety of options for excellent fall excursions.
Situated on the north side of Oregon 6, the highway between Hillsboro and Tillamook, the trail snakes through a lush, quiet forest featuring deciduous trees that change color in the fall.
On this episode o the Peak Northwest podcast, Jamie and our departed pal, Jim Ryan, discussed the many ways to explore the trail.
- Jamie detailed his recent trips to the Wilson River Trail, where he encountered few other hikers.
- He and Jim discussed how to best day-hike the trail.
- Jamie touched on the trail’s mountain biking and horseback riding options.
- They discussed future plans
Read Jamie’s recent stories about the Wilson River Trail:
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— The Oregonian