Summary: As you come around about 2/3 rds the way of the water tank, take the trail to your right. In a short distance, it will cross another trail, look for the main trail going west. Follow this trail to the second main branch trail on your right. Follow to the top junction and go left, just as the trail drops down a long straight decent, take the"top" trail on your right. This trail will T with another trail, go right till it T's with the Powerline Trail. Go left, about 50 yards down the trail, take a main trail to your right. This trail will take you down to Walnut & 29th. Now turn around and go back, take a left onto Powerline, then right onto the Brandis trail, at the junction with the "Top" trail, stay straight, then at the junction go left. This trail goes up down then takes a left and goes up a long trail to the start of the "Top" trail, follow main trail R to the junction, go right, then take first left and a follow this trail back down to theT at the water tank.
Trailhead: From I-5 (north or south) take Corvallis exit and follow HWY to Corvallis. As your cross the Willamette the road becomes Harrison. Follow to 9th and take a right. Follow 9th to Walnut and take a left. Follow Walnut to 13th and take a right. This road ends at the entrance to the City Water Tanks. This is your trailhead. Go through the gate and up the gravel road, take a left and follow around to the back side of the left or west storage tank. About 2/3 rds around, look for trail to your right. In the winter these trails can be very muddy. Note, the trail from Powerline down to Walnut my soon be destroyed if the planned house for that part of ground are built. (Lat:44.5985 Lon:-123.2652)
Trail Guides for Brandis Park to 29th Trail:
Best Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes,
Ranger Contact: Corvallis Parks Department
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Craig Cole, who has posted 74 other hikes on this site
Trail Reviews Submit your own review
Reviewed by dennis on 12/28/2010
The trail ends due to building of homes.lessthan a mile.
Notice: Traveling in the backcountry can be hazardous. You are responsible for informing yourself about these hazards and taking necessary precautions. Information on this web site comes from volunteer reporters and may contain errors or omissions. A current guidebook and proper equipment are essential for safe enjoyment of the hikes posted on this site.
Keys: Oregon Hiking, Oregon Trails, Oregon Hikes, Benton County Hiking, Benton County Trails, Benton County Hikes