The National Park Service works with federal agencies, state and local governments, organizations, tribes, and private individuals as partners to administer the Oregon National Historic Trail. These partners help provide opportunities for visitors to learn about the significance of the trail, and assist in our efforts to protect and preserve trail resources, historic view shed, and the trail landscape.
Did You Know?
Emigrant wagons headed for Oregon in the 1840s-1860s tied off their wagons with ropes lashed around trees or held them back with stout logs that locked the wheels inorder to descend this rocky slope on Mt. Hood - named Laurel Hill by early travelers from the resemblance of native leaves to laurel. More...