Summary: The starts out at either end with a moderate incline and then goes down into a valley and backup up again. Trail is narrow and may be muddy in the winter. Beautiful trees, blackberry bushes along the way and a quiet trail in the city.
Trailhead: In Corvallis, Oregon at the corner of Kings Blvd & Walnut. Park at the shopping center parking lot, and walk across Walnut Blvd. Look for the power-lines overhead and you are at the trail head. Easy to find, or you can start at the opposite end, parking at the Chip Ross Park, parking lot, then walk east 500 feet to the trail head, again looking for the power lines. (Lat:44.59217 Lon:-123.27615)
Trail Guides for Kings Power Line:
Best Seasons: Fall, Summer,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Craig Cole, who has posted 74 other hikes on this site
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Reviewed by PabloMac on 6/16/2007
I rode my mountain bike here the other day for the first time in about 7 years. I discovered a few trails I didn't know about, so I will definitely be back.
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