Marys Peak

About Marys Peak

Marys Peak is the highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range. The summit, at an elevation of 4,097', features a 360-degree view of the surrounding area. The native Kalapuya called the peak Tcha-timanwi (which translates as "place of spiritual power"). More information about the peak can be found at the links below.

Backroad route to the summit

Woods Creek Trailhead to Marys Peak: 16 miles, +2400'; 51% unpaved 

Mountain biking on Marys Peak

Good information about mountain biking on Marys Peak is available from Team Dirt, our local mountain biking group. Be aware that these trails are seasonally closed to biking from 10/15 to 5/15. 

Trails: East Ridge; North Ridge; North Ridge Extension; Tie Trail

More information about Marys Peak

Siuslaw National Forest: Marys Peak 

Travel Oregon: Marys Peak  

The Right Trail 

Oregon Hikers

Five Star Sports: Marys Peak

Hike Oregon:  

The Hiking Project: Marys Peak Area

Benton County Museum: Marys Peak history

Marys Peak Alliance

Waters of the People: A story map about the renaming of ten creeks on Marys Peak using indigenous terms. 

Facebook group: Marys Peak Conversations. Answers to the perennial questions: "Is there snow on Marys Peak?" and "How are the roads to Marys Peak?"

Web cameras

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