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Dimple Hill with Horse Trail Return Loop Hike

A wonderful hike just outside of the town of Corvallis with views over the City below.
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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 7.5 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview:  This is a great hike or bike ride just outside of town. You'll have great views from the top over Corvallis and towards Mary's Peak... more »

Tips:  Trailhead:
Follow 99 north out of town and turn left onto Walnut blvd headed west. Take a right onto Highland and drive about a... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Chip Ross Park

Park here and head off into the woods on staying on the trail to the left. This may be muddy in places in the wet season. Follow signs for Dimple Hill via Dan's Trail.

2. Follow Dan's Trail

Follow Dan's trail off into the woods on the left.

3. Dimple Hill Summit

If you hit it at the right time of year you'll be greeted to large bushes of the invasive Himalayan Blackberries. After relaxing for a bit continue on down the backside of Dimple hill to an intersection of forest service roads. Follow the one down the hill to the right. You'll follow it for a ways mostly descending. Once you start slightly... More

4. Horse Trail

The turn off is very clearly marked. This will be a really fun descent if you are on a bike!

5. Head down the road and then into woods

Head down the road to your left when you pop off the trail onto it. Shortly you'll see a trail heading off into the woods over a bridge. Go that way to head back to Chip Ross Park.