The 382-mile Oregon Coast Trail is a long trail along the Pacific coast of Oregon, starting at the Columbia River and going south to the California border south of Brookings.
Most of the route is on the beach, although some segments wind through state parks or public lands.
This 14.7-mile section hike of the Oregon Coast Trail starts at the mouth of the Columbia River and explores sandy beaches and the remains of a 100-year-old shipwreck.
On this 12.7-mile section of the Oregon Coast Trail, you'll tour two coastal towns, travel to a lighthouse lookout, and skim the edge of craggy headlands.
This 9.5-mile section of the Oregon Coast Trail winds south on sandy beaches punctuated with craggy headlands and 235-foot Haystack Rock.