Oregon Redwoods Trail #1106

The Oregon Redwoods Trail is an interpretive trail located along Peavine Ridge in the Winchuck River drainage, and provides a unique barrier-free, day-use hiking/wheelchair opportunity through a grove of majestic old-growth redwood trees. (The trail is barrier-free owing to having a wide travel-way, acceptable grades and crushed aggregate tread surfacing.)

Interpretive panels provide information on old-growth trees and their ecology, fire history, wildlife viewing, and botany. Redwood trees found on the Gold Beach Ranger District represent the only coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) found in the Pacific Northwest Region, located at the limit of their northern range!

The trail is an out-and-back hike, with a short loop at the far end, where a picnic stop is provided. A short wooden deck provides access to the inside of a hollowed redwood tree.

At a Glance

Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns:
  • Brookings, OR
Water: Not available. Surface water should be treated.
Information Center: Gold Beach Ranger District

General Information


Use Oregon Redwoods Trailhead

General Notes:


Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: Easy

Interpretive Areas

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


  Area/Length : 
0.8 miles

  Elevation : 
1,020 feet