Smith Rock State Park in Central Oregon is a stunning geological wonderland perfect for the adventurous nature lover. Here, the ancient earth reveals its secrets in spectacular rock formations and lava flows, offering visitors a vast array of outdoor activities that range from camping and picnicking in the lush green meadows to thrilling hikes among towering buttresses of stone. Botanists, photographers, and bird-watchers will all find something special in this diverse and rugged landscape because there’s something new around every bend of the trail. For hikers, there are nearly 11 miles of trails offering spectacular views, including Monkey Face Peak, Arizona Point, and the sheer walls of Misery Ridge. Anglers will find excellent opportunities for fly-fishing and whitewater rafting. Whether you seek an adrenaline-filled adventure or just a peaceful stroll, Smith Rock has something unforgettable to offer.
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