Explore the Willamette National Forest all Season Long

*All remaining ornaments will be recovered by Forest Rangers. Remember to leave only footprints, take only pictures and memories when exploring the Willamette National Forest.

DETROIT RANGER DISTRICT
Bugaboo Ridge Trail, City of Detroit Park, Detroit Flats, Humbug (#3336), East Winter Trail, Little North Santiam (#3338), Marion Forks Day Use, Maxwell Flat Loop Winter Trail , Maxwell Loop Winter Trail (#3391), McCoy Shelter Area, Mountain View Loop Winter Trail, Osprey Point, Piety Island (#3359), South Breitenbush Gorge (#3366), Stahlman (#3449), Swinging Bridge (#3426), Three Pools Area, Tumble Trail (#3380)
SWEET HOME RANGER DISTRICT
Browder Ridge (#3409), Cone Peak (#3408), Echo Basin (#3384), Gate Creek (#3412), Gordon Lakes West (#3386), Gordon Meadows (#3394), Iron Mountain (#3389), Latiwi Creek (#3143), North Pyramid (#3380), Pyramid Creek (#3403), Santiam Wagon Road (#3143), SnoMo 30, Tombstone Prairie
MIDDLE FORK RANGER DISTRICT
Middle Fork (#3609), Goodman Creek (#3461.1), Green Waters Park, Hardesty Mountain (3469), Larison Creek (3646), Larison Rock (#3607), Moon Point (#3688), North Fork (#3666), Salmon Creek (4365), Westfir Tie (#4231), Wren Loop
MCKENZIE RIVER RANGER DISTRICT
Castle Rock (#3506), Catcher, Cedar, Horse Creek, King Castle (#4326), McKenzie River Trail (#3507)

About the Willamette National Forest 
With more than 1.5 million acres, the beautiful Willamette National Forest is home to eight wilderness areas – including the popular Three Sisters and Mt. Jefferson Wildernesses—and has over 1,700 miles of trails for hiking, backpacking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The varied landscapes of the high mountains, Cascade Foothills rainforests, narrow canyons, and cascading streams offer visitors excellent opportunities to play and explore. Get out there and explore and use the #FindYourOrnament hashtag to document and showcase your journey. 

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