The forest is full of growth both old and new.
Our family seems to always play around when we go hiking. Does your family have friendly competitions?
Our kids don’t like to have there pictures taken. Too bad.
Even though there are lots of cars in the parking lot it’s very seldom do you see anyone. It’s so peaceful and quiet here.
One of the views of the countryside from halfway to the top.
There are so many side trails that it would take a long time to go on each other them. (Future goal).
As you walk along the main trail you will come across a cap house. We really like reading the history boards along the way.
Some of the boards also talk about the Oregon State University research that has and is being done on the land.
The scenery is amazing.
Dominick found a feather and stuck it in my hair and called me Pocahontas.
My shoelaces kept coming undone and my body was aching so Chris was great at offering to help me.
Dominick and I drank our water from our camel packs pretty fast. We are learning that we need to buy more bladders because we can’t seem to conserve it.
I like this tree a lot.
We could hear the water from where we were standing. There was a few trails that would lead down to the water but we are saving that for next time.
Some of the new growth forest.
We hope that you enjoyed walking along with us. Our family would definitely recommend Lewisburg Saddle Trailhead.
Items we recommend you to bring with you….