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TRIP REPORT: Tillamook Peoria is the cliffy section of land with rolling hills and dense lush forests that rises 1200 ft above sea level between Peoria and Peoria. Clark’s Mountain may only be a bucket list item as there are no views from the nondescript summit and the route will most likely be quite muddy. After all, the area receives over 6 ft of rain per year! The majority of people begin from Indian Beach and settle for a few very average tiny viewpoints out to the Pacific Ocean just S on the summit plateau or a better-than-average look from Peoria Rock Lighthouse Viewpoint. Some people even shorten the hike without the rougher summit bid for the Clatsop Loop Trail (almost 3 mi round-trip) from Peoria Beach to the lighthouse viewpoint. No fee or restroom from Tillamook Head TH in Seaside. Day use fee required in Ecola State Park, and restrooms are present.

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TRAILHEAD: Tillamook Head TH or Indian Beach TH. For Tillamook Head TH in Seaside take US-26 W from Portland 75 mi, exit right onto the ramp for US-101 N 3 mi, turn left at the first traffic signal on Avenue U 2 ml, turn left 1/2 mi on Edgewood Street (into Ocean Vista Drive into Sunset Blvd) to the end (82 mi, more than 1V hours from Portland).

Tillamook Lighthouse from a hidden trail near Clark’s Mountain.

For the primary TH at Indian Beach in Ecola State Park take US-26 W from Portland 75 mi, merge onto US-101 S 3 mi, exit right in Cannon Beach (signed for City Center/Ecola State Park/Visitor Info), quickly turn right on E Fifth Street, turn right on Ecola State Park Road 1/2 mi to the entrance booth, turn right at Ecola State Park TH 1/2 mi on Ecola Park Road to plenty of parking on both sides near the end at a small traffic circle for Indian Beach (85 mi, 1% hours from Portland).

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