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I was lucky enough to visit Short Sands Beach with the Cordilleran Tours coastal encounter. It was one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever visited but more importantly, the forest! Huge old growth Sitka spruces and amazing old root balls. Watching the surfers was...More
We hiked the Neahkahnie Trail hoping to have great views of the ocean. The trail is good climb, about 1400' to the viewpoint. About 10-15 other people were also hiking up. Unfortunately due to smoke there were no views. I definitely recommend it on a...More
I drove the 9 miles from Cannon beach to the parking spot that takes you first to short sand beach and then after walking the beach I hiked to Falcon point. The beach is stunning with a small waterfall at one en. The hike was...More
The Cannon Beach area makes for a good day trip when visiting Portland. I started off visiting this park by car, stopping along the way at various overlooks and scenic view points. Make sure to visit Elk Flats Trail for a nice view of the...More
Thought this place was beautiful. Perhaps a little more crowded the day we went than some of the reviews suggested, but a nice little spot to enjoy. HOWEVER, some of the reviews made it sound like it could be handicap accessible or a short enough...More
We saw two parking lots off the highway. We parked in the one with the restroom. The trail was by the restroom. The walk, which is on a well maintained trail is stunning. It's through old-growth forest along a stream. This is a favorite beach...More
Fantastic opportunity to spend time in the forest and the beach. The short walk (not too challenging for the 5 year old with us) was breathtaking. We enjoyed viewing plants, trees and wildlife on the easy walk. The beach was surrounded by beautiful cliffs and...More
Oswald West State Park was recommended to us by an Oregonian. Our hike to Cape Falcon was about 5 miles round trip, through incredible forest with tall spruce trees, ferns and salal, and gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and both Short Sandy and Manzanita...More
We visited early on a summer weekday a few hours before the crowds showed up in earnest around 11. At low tide, there are tide pools to check out at the far left of the beach along the cliff wall and then again at the...More
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Just google transportation from Portland to Cannon Beach. There are some bus lines that go there regularly. Once there you would still need to get to the park, ( 15 -20 min. down the coast ). The Cannon Beach Chamber might... More
Just google transportation from Portland to Cannon Beach. There are some bus lines that go there regularly. Once there you would still need to get to the park, ( 15 -20 min. down the coast ). The Cannon Beach Chamber might have info on that.