Jacksonville Forest Trails 03-Nov-2018

Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon

Not every day is a sunny day. Some days are cloudy. Cloudy days are not bad, just different. They give a hike a moody, yet cozy, feel. Again, not bad, just different. Little forest details you might miss on a sunny day come to the fore. Today was a cloudy day. I went to the forest while The LovedOne went to the library (moody and cozy can happen way back in the stacks too, I guess). Out in the forest, there was still some Fall color. I did a short loop (4.2 miles; 1,200 feet of elevation gain) on the Ridgeview, Siskiyou, Halls of Manzanita, Grotto, Canyon Vista, and Jackson Creek Nature Trails. The sun tantalized but never appeared. So it remained a cloudy day, but a good one nonetheless. 🙂

Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
On the Ridgeview Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
On the Ridgeview Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
On the Siskiyou Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Granite Falls on the Pipsissewa Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Madrones along the Pipsissewa Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Fall color I
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Along the Pipsissewa Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Along the Halls on Manzanita Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Fall color II
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Along the Grotto Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
The “view” from the Grotto Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Along the Jackson Creek Nature Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Jackson Creek
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Along the Jackson Creek Nature Trail
Jacksonville Forest Park Oregon
Fall color III

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2 thoughts on “Jacksonville Forest Trails 03-Nov-2018

  1. See you got to the Jacksonville Forest park before Autumn passes. We just went today and covered some of the same trails looping around waterless Granite Falls. Love all the leaves along and on the trails

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