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Chilly day, 34 degrees. Stayed plenty warm going up. Stopped to eat a snack at the top and didn't warm back up until near the bottom. There's not really anywhere to sit at the summit, and we had to scale some rock to get to...More
I'm from the northeast, and one of the reasons I no longer hike is because views from the summit appears uninspiring. There are two entrances to the trail, the North and the South. The North trail parking lot is to the left of the freeway...More
Wow, wow , wow so beautiful the view of the almost highest cost line of Oregon. The weather was so super nice, sunny with some clouds and blue skies. If you have the change to stop on the highest viewing point please do it. It...More
The views are excellent along the hike. We walked from the north trail head. Nice views of Short Sand Beach and Oswald West State Park. The fabulous view from the top looks south and we could see for 20 miles (Nehalem Bay, Cape Meares, Three...More
We had a little bit of a disappointing time at Neahkahnie, but only because it was so smokey because of the wildfires that seeing the view was very, very difficult. We took the South Trail up the mountain, and it was about 3 miles round...More
So it's 100 degrees in Portland, Or so we decided to beat the heat and head to the coast to hike Neahkahnie Mountain. It was 76 degrees and beautiful views. There are two parts South and North. The beginning is North. But if you want...More
It took me an hour and a half to hike the 3 miles RT and take photos at the top. The summit is a little confusing- I wandered around on 1 ridgeline before realizing there was a higher ridgeline. The only real place to get...More
We hiked up the south route and want to go back to hike the north side. The views from the top were fantastic.
It's a bit of a scramble at the very top, but worth the work.
Even though it had rained hard the day...More