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Located 9 mi SE of Molalla, the Molalla River Corridor is a scenic drive along the Molalla River. The surrounding forests abound with alder, cedar, dogwood, Douglas-fir, hemlock, madrone, big-leaf maple and vine maple. Along the corridor, scan for Wood Duck, Ruffed Grouse, woodpeckers, Great Blue Heron, and the occasional eagle. In winter, check with the Bureau of Land Management about conditions before hiking the trails.

In Molalla, take Main St E to the ‘Y’ intersection and veer R onto Mathias Rd. Curve L onto Feyrer Park Rd. Follow it 2.3 mi and cross the Molalla River Bridge. Turn R on Dicky Prairie Rd. Follow signs to the Molalla River Corridor. Once in the corridor, stop at any of the pullouts to watch birds.

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  1. Molalla River Recreation Corridor

    written by Grant McOmie on November 3rd, 2013

    The Molalla River Recreation Corridor is a local recreation mecca that is perfect for exploring for many reasons, including new campground and picnic sites, hiking and biking and even horseback riding trails along a gorgeous scenic river byway that…

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