These are a set of backpacking trips I have planned and hiked. I enjoy hiking and backpacking and spend a good amount of time both planning and actually getting outside. Most of these trips are in the Pacific Northwest, especially around Mt. Hood. However I also like to stretch a little further along the west coast as I can. These are backpacking and hiking trips I have been on, in many instances the planning that went into the trips as well.
- Lolo Pass to Cascade Locks, Mount Hood
- North Lake South Lake Loop, Sierra Nevada
- Rampart Ridge. Mount Rainier
- Timberline Trail, Mount Hood
- Warren Lake, Columbia River Gorge
- Devil’s Peak Lookout, Mount Hood
- Tom, Dick & Harry Mountain, Mount Hood
- Salmon River Trail, Mount Hood
- Ramona Falls, Mount Hood
- John Muir Trail, Sierra Nevada
- Paradise Park, Mount Hood
- NcNeil Point, Mount Hood
One of the benefits of including the details of backpacking trips that I have planned and hiked is that you can see everything that goes into the preparation as well and the actual hike. Some of these work well and some don’t, but they all add to the experiences I learn from backpacking.
Most of the trips I’ve included a complete guide to the navigation by linking to the Viewranger route for that trip. You can download this directly into Viewranger or you can just download the GPX and load that into your favorite app.