Oregon Redwoods Trail #1107

Redwood trees found on the Chetco Ranger District represent the only coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) found in the Pacific Northwest Region, located at the limit of their northern range! This trail begins on the Oregon Redwoods Barrier Free Trail #1106, and is located along Peavine Ridge in the Winchuck River drainage. It loops down to the west and into upper Moser Creek drainage to access a grove of majestic old-growth redwood trees. Interpretive panels tell the story of the unique forest ecology in the area, the redwood life cycle, fire history, and details about the local wildlife and botany.

The trail is a moderately challenging day-hike opportunity which, when combined with the Oregon Redwoods Trial #1106,  provides a loop.

Although this portion of the Oregon Redwood trail is not accessible, the shared trailhead facilities with Oregon Redwoods Barrier-Free Trail are wheelchair accessible.

At a Glance

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

General Information


From Brookings, Oregon, from Highway 101 take County Road 896, (Winchuck Road), to Forest Road 1101. Hike the Oregon Redwoods Barrier Free Trail #1106 for 500 feet to the beginning of the Oregon Redwoods Trail#1106. The trailhead is located at the end of Forest Road 1101. 

Located about 11 miles southeast of Brookings, Oregon. Driving time from Brookings, Oregon, is approximately 1/2 hour.

General Notes:


Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: More Difficult

Interpretive Areas

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


  Area/Length : 
1.2 miles

  Elevation : 
500 feet - 1,020 feet range