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Easy

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

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πŸ“ Length (mi.)

2

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

13

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nature trips, River crossings, Views, and wheelchair friendly

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The Elk trail is a short flat hike in a small portion of Elijah Bristow State Park. It starts along Lost Creek, continues past Channel Lake, through a meadow being restored to native species, then finally along the Willamette River. In the spring you will find a variety of wildflowers along the trail. Elijah Bristow State Park is an 847-acre collage of meadows, wetlands, ponds and scattered woodlands along the south bank of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. It is the centerpiece of a complex of parks on the river below and above Dexter Dam. Mountain bike riders, horseback riders and hikers share nearly 12 miles of trails that lead to great fishing holes and quiet places for watching wildlife, such as deer, elk, beaver, great blue herons, hawks, bald eagles, and coyotes. Professional botanists and student naturalists are lured by the park’s diverse ecosystems, model restoration efforts and prime breeding grounds for the Western pond turtle. Seasonal salmon runs present added spectacles for sightseers and enticements for anglers.

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🚦 Difficulty

Easy

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

Loop

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

2

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

13

🌲 Facilities

Horse trailer parking, Parking

πŸš— Parking Tips

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πŸ”– Details

nature trips, River crossings, Views, and wheelchair friendly

🏑 Description

The Elk trail is a short flat hike in a small portion of Elijah Bristow State Park. It starts along Lost Creek, continues past Channel Lake, through a meadow being restored to native species, then finally along the Willamette River. In the spring you will find a variety of wildflowers along the trail. Elijah Bristow State Park is an 847-acre collage of meadows, wetlands, ponds and scattered woodlands along the south bank of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. It is the centerpiece of a complex of parks on the river below and above Dexter Dam. Mountain bike riders, horseback riders and hikers share nearly 12 miles of trails that lead to great fishing holes and quiet places for watching wildlife, such as deer, elk, beaver, great blue herons, hawks, bald eagles, and coyotes. Professional botanists and student naturalists are lured by the park’s diverse ecosystems, model restoration efforts and prime breeding grounds for the Western pond turtle. Seasonal salmon runs present added spectacles for sightseers and enticements for anglers.

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🚦 Difficulty

Easy

🌲 Facilities

Horse trailer parking, Parking

πŸŒ€ Formation

Loop

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

2

πŸ” Elevation (ft.)

13

🌲 Facilities

Horse trailer parking, Parking

πŸš— Parking Tips

Unavailable

πŸ”– Details

nature trips, River crossings, Views, and wheelchair friendly

🏑 Description

The Elk trail is a short flat hike in a small portion of Elijah Bristow State Park. It starts along Lost Creek, continues past Channel Lake, through a meadow being restored to native species, then finally along the Willamette River. In the spring you will find a variety of wildflowers along the trail. Elijah Bristow State Park is an 847-acre collage of meadows, wetlands, ponds and scattered woodlands along the south bank of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. It is the centerpiece of a complex of parks on the river below and above Dexter Dam. Mountain bike riders, horseback riders and hikers share nearly 12 miles of trails that lead to great fishing holes and quiet places for watching wildlife, such as deer, elk, beaver, great blue herons, hawks, bald eagles, and coyotes. Professional botanists and student naturalists are lured by the park’s diverse ecosystems, model restoration efforts and prime breeding grounds for the Western pond turtle. Seasonal salmon runs present added spectacles for sightseers and enticements for anglers.

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