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You'll never guess what Portland's creepy Stone House used to be

Hike to the Witch's House or the Stone House in Portland, Oregon.

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Opal Creek (Oregon)

Opal Creek runs through thousands of acres of protected old growth forest, crisscrossed with over 30 miles of hiking trails.

Giant mushroom in Oregon that is over 2,400 years old, covers 3.4 square miles of land, and is still growing!

Hidden in the Forest by andywon - Burgbach Forest Stairs & Waterfall in the Black Forest, near in Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach, Baden-Wurttemberg, DE.

Oneonta Gorge, Oregon. Just a few miles east of Multnomah Falls on the historic highway. The hike is great for all ages that can walk and it's about a half mile, but straight up a river and has a cool log jam. The canyon only gets about an hour of daylight to the floor, so if you want any warmth, start the hike at 11:45-12:15ish. There's a giant waterfall at the end, with a pool you can swim in.

OPAL CREEK epitomizes Oregon in the buff: an ancient Eden teeming with deep green pools, splashing waterfalls, and trees the size of buildings. 3 mile hike to the campsites.

Sunset Over The Haystack Rocks - Samuel Boardman State Park, Oregon Coast, Oregon, United States of America.

6 great hikes within 60 miles of Portland. Definitely adding these to my summer plans with the kids!