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Midge Kramer Path

This section of the Midge Kramer Path is a great 2.4 mile out-and-back, with paved or dirt path options.
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.3 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview:  This section of the Midge Kramer Path is a great 2.4 mile out-and-back. Through most of the trail, a dirt path runs parallel with the ... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Trail Map

Trail map of the entire Bald Hill Natural Area.

2. Another Map

Another map of the area.

3. Bald Hill Fields

OSU research fields at the base of Bald Hill. Watch for hawks over the field searching for prey.

4. The Barn

The old barn at the base of Bald Hill is worth a look. It's a interesting design...

5. Oak Prairie

Throughout the Bald Hill area, there are pockets of oak savannah. This is one of the most threatened habitats in Oregon, over 90% has been lost to cultivation in the past 150 years.

6. Daffodils

In the spring, look for daffodils all along the trail. They're naturalizing and spreading every year.

7. Another Map

Another area map, in case you forgot.

8. Newt Crossing

There are lots of rough-skinned newts in the area, particularly in the wetter parts. Keep an eye out not to step on them.