TOP 10 Breathtaking Mountains in Oregon
Brandy Peak: Wintertime hiking is not recommended unless you have a lot of experience and are well-prepared for low temperatures and lots of snow.
Steens Mountain:is in the southeastern part of Oregon, almost exactly opposite of Portland and about eight hours away.
Pearsoll Peak:Once you make it to the top of Pearsoll Peak you can see all the way to Mount Shasta in one direction and the Pacific Ocean in the other direction.
Crane Mountain: is one of the easier to access mountains in Oregon. It’s just about five miles outside of Lakeview and getting into the Fremont-Winema National Forest is easy.
Mount Thielsen:Mount Thielsen is often called the lighting rod of the Cascades. It’s the tallest mountain in the Cascade mountain range. And it has a unique round spire shaped peak that is rocky.
Mount Hood:is the tallest mountain in Oregon and one of the most well-known mountains in the country. This mountain volcano is estimated to be more than 500,000 years old.
Humbug Mountain: sits directly on the southern coast of Oregon. It’s one of only a couple of mountains that rise straight from the Pacific Ocean.
North Sister: is one of three volcanic mountains called the Three Sisters in central Oregon. The Three Sisters are part of the Cascade Mountains.
Wizard Island Peak: is a volcanic mountain and climbing it is an experience that is not to be missed if you’re visiting Oregon. Wizard Island Peak is a mountain that sits entirely on a small island .
Alvord Peak: is relatively close to Steens Mountain in southeastern Oregon. This part of Oregon has stunning landscape views with craggy canyons and huge rock formations carved by glaciers.