|Moderate hike to a large spring which is the headwaters of the Rogue River. A wildfire in 2015 burned an area which attracts woodpeckers. In season, wildflowers are abundant.
|Trail begins outside the park on Hwy 230 at a pullout near milepost 19, 5 miles west of hwy 138
|An easy stroll through a forest to a waterfall fed by snowmelt. Enjoy a plethora of wildflowers. When the trail bends to the right, listen for picas, marmots, and songbirds. Accessible to all-terrain wheelchairs except for the last 1/4.
|Turn onto Pinnacles Road from East Rim Drive near the Phantom Ship Overlook. Drive 1.2 miles (1.9 km). Limited parking at trailhead on the left.
|Easy forest walk above a canyon filled with volcanic spires (pinnacles), hot ash filled the valley and gases escaped causing surrounding material to harden and resist erosion. Accessible to all-terrain wheelchairs.
|Turn onto Pinnacles Road from East Rim Drive near the Phantom Ship Overlook. Drive 6 miles (9.7 km) to the end of the road.
|Moderate to strenuous hike through forests and waving grasslands to the wildflower summit of a volcano. Surround views of the Klamath Basin, Union Peak and other vistas. Is often snow covered into summer.
|3 miles (4.8 km) east of park headquarters, turn into the Vidae Falls Picnic Area. Park in first three parking spaces on the right in front of the trailhead sign.
|Mostly through forest, with scenic views, creeks and wildflowers. Except for the width, not much remains of this section of the historic Rim Road. Great for birding, photography, solitude. Pet friendly and the only trail for mountain biking.
|Park at Vidae Falls Picnic Area. Road begins on the opposite side of the road from Crater Peak Trailhead. A closure bar indicates the start.
|At 6300 feet in elevation and 2,000 feet below Castle Crest Ridge, the trail loops around a spring-fed meadow which hosts over 200 wildflower species, is surrounded by a mixed forest, shrubs, and grasses. Self-guiding brochures available at the trailhead.
|The official parking area and trailhead is located on East Rim Drive, 0.25 mile east of park headquarters. A second entrance to the trail is across the road from park headquarters at the three=way stop. This adds another 0.25 miles through the forest.
|Lady of the Woods
|Nature loop with a self-guiding brochure at trailhead behind Steel Visitor Center, Lady of the Woods stone sculpture, historic structures, pet friendly.
|Trailhead is behind Steel Visitor Center but while it is under construction, follow the fence to the left and continue to the Ranger Station for trail access.
|Shady for the first 1/2 mile, straight though pumice flats, exposure to burned trees, wildflowers and pollinators. A gentle incline with grassy meadows. Great habitats for bird diversity.
|Park in the Lodgepole Picnic Area and look for the trail sign. Caution, the trail crosses Hwy 62.
|Pacific Crest Trail
|Approximately 33 miles between the north and south access points in the park. Expect patchy snow through June, and extreme changes in elevation. Entire trail stretches 2,650 miles (4,265 km), from Mexico to Canada. Pet friendly.
|There are three trailheads: On Hwy 62 about one mile west of the park entrance station, on North Entrance Road, and for southbound entry into the park on Hwy 138.
|It is the longest maintained park trail and one of the most diverse trail terrains, includes forests, pumice meadows, and rocky inclines. Strenuous finale with 360 summit views.
|Hwy 62 at the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) Trailhead, One mile (1.6 km) west from the seven-mile Crater Lake junction and entrance station.
|A moderate loop trail with a steep decline and return across switchbacks. The upper stretch behind the campground and the stream side stroll below in the canyon are both flat. Wildflowers, pollinators, look for American Dippers flying above the creek. NO PETS
|Park in the Mazama Store parking lot and walk through the campground to the amphitheater located between loops D and E. The trail begins at the back of the amphitheater.
|An old trail with a new accessibility surface. Brochure at trailhead is a guide through an old growth forest above a canyon with pinnacles. Recommended for all terrain wheelchairs with assistance. Pet friendly.
|2.4 miles (3.9 km) south of park headquarters or 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Mazama Campground and the entrance station on Munson Valley Road.
|Annie Spring Spur Trail
|A pet friendly connector trail between the PCT and Mazama Village and Campground.
|(to junction with PCT) Trail descends 2.3 miles through the woods, across Dutton Creek to meadows. Turn around at the PCT. Plan ahead for a 12.9 mile loop go right on the PCT to Lightning Springs then return via Rim/Discover Trails.
|Trailhead is just below the junction of West Rim Drive and Rim Village. Park in the adjacent pullout, or in Rim Village and walk to the trailhead.
|(to junction with PCT) Moderately challenging, descends 4.2 miles through the forest to the PCT junction. At 0.8 miles a spring and creek emerge from the dry slope. There are some burned areas. No overnight camping without a permit.
|Trailhead is on the left about 2.5 miles on West Rim Drive from Rim Village. Park in the pullout across from the Lightning Spring Picnic Area. .
|Trail is part of the PCT. It passes north of Red Cone but there is no trail to Red Cone or its summit. This is a very exposed burned area that is relatively flat. Turn back at the Bald Crater Loop Trail.
|On North Entrance Road at the PCT parking lot.