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A short hike to the highest point in the Oregon Coastal Range.
- There is a little field of Tiger lilies near the end of the final section of the trail.
- There are lovely mountain views all along the Marys Peak trail when the weather is clear.
- You can enjoy many panoramas from a long the Marys Peak Trail. This is the highest peak in the Oregon coast range.
- You can see a lot of mountain peaks from the trail. From Mount St. Helens to the north to the three sisters and the surrounding mountains to the east.
- There is a meadows restoration project going on here at St. Marys peak. Selective trees are being cut down so that they don't crowd out the meadow.
- Marys Peak is a great destination for a clear day because it is an easy hike to these wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
- There are many patches of wildflowers on the upper section of the peak.
- Here are some nice wildflowers growing along the service access road that goes to the radio towers on the top.
- Indian Paintbrush makes a nice contrast against the blue sky on the Marys Peak hike.
- You can see some of the trees that ring the summit of Marys Peak. Most of them are Noble Fir.
- A little white crowned sparrow sings happily away along the trail to Marys Peak.
- These are the largest patches of sheep Sorrel or Sour dock that I have ever seen growing along a trail.
- Here is a map of the trail so that you can get an idea of what Hiking options you have at Marys.
- Some organization has put a little memorial plaque here by the trailhead to Marys Peak.