|Trail Name||Distance||Elevation Gain||Difficulty|
|Rim Rock Trail||0.5 mile||92′||Easy|
|Chute Trail||500 feet||98′||Difficult|
|Canyon Trail||1.6 miles||244′||Moderate|
|Rope-de-Dope Trail||0.5 mile||191′||Moderate|
|Homestead Trail||1 mile||201′||Difficult|
|North Point Trail||0.5 mile||36′||Easy|
|River Trail||2.5 miles||315′||Easy|
|Mesa Verde Trail||0.6 mile||472′||Moderate|
|Summit Trail||2.5 miles||1106′||Moderate|
|Misery Ridge Trail||0.6 mile||722′||Difficult|
|Wolf Tree Trail||1 mile||87′||Easy|
|Burma Road Trail||1 mile||855′||Difficult|
Trail Use: Hiking,Climbing, Biking
Congestion: Heavy on weekends. Empty during weekdays.
Hike Type: In and Out, Loop
Pass Required: State Park Permit ($5)
Season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Family Friendly: Yes, most trails.
Notes: During the warmer months, pay attention for snakes. Rattlesnakes are not unusual.
Smith Rock State Park, one of Oregon’s Seven Wonders and one of the most stunning state parks you will visit in the United States. This is an outdoor paradise. Hiking, rock climbing, slacklining, mountain biking, fishing, etc, etc. If there is an outdoor activity you enjoy doing, Smith Rock State Park will have it. And on top of being able to enjoy your favorite outdoor activity, you will be surrounded by stunning views and incredible wildlife.