Explore Oregon Caves - Above Ground
We have four hiking trails with wonderful views of Oregon Caves National Monument and the Siskiyou Mountains that surround it. Most of the trails weave in and out of the boundary of the monument.
You can download maps of individual trails on the monument which are found on the pages about the trails, or you can download maps of larger views of Oregon Caves which include all of the trails found up here.
If you do not have the software to view these files, download it.
USDA Forest Service
While You Hike...
Be Sure That You:
Helps Us Stop the Spread of Fungi!
A major threat to Port Orford cedar population is Phytophthora root rot, a disease spread by water or mud. Prevent the spread of the disease by cleaning the mud from your shoes and vehicles before traveling from one area of the forest to another.
Did You Know?
One of the largest cave restoration projects in the nation occurred at Oregon Caves during the 1980s and 1990s. Furthermore, most of the work was done by volunteers! Volunteers still make an important contribution to the park. Learn more about current volunteer opportunities at Oregon Caves. More...