Spanish treasure on Neahkahnie Mountain above Manzanita Beach

Manzanita Beach Oregon Coast

Hiking Neahkahnie Mountain above Manzanita Beach is breathtaking. The hike from South Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead near Manzanita is only 3 miles long, but the view is priceless. Neahkahnie is translated as “The Place of The God,” which makes since once you see the views. There’s even rumors of Spanish treasure and gold buried on the slopes. Click here to read more about the hidden treasure on the Oregon coast.

If you’re coming to the Oregon Coast Clean Up with Patagonia & Ocean Blue Project on Sunday, April 23, 2017 to help make the world’s 1st recycled shampoo bottle a reality, be sure to leave early enough to make it back to Manzanita Beach by 12:30pm.

Hike Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain
Terry Richard from The Oregonian

Hiking Details

  • Start Point: South Neahkahnie Mountain Trailhead Road
  • Destination (there/back): Neahkahnie Mountain Viewpoint
  • Distance: 3.0 miles
  • High point: 1,631 feet
  • Elevation gain: 840 feet
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Seasons: All
  • Family Friendly: Yes
  • Crowded: No

Oregon Coast Clean Up with Patagonia

You don’t want to miss the Oregon Coast Clean Up with Patagonia & Ocean Blue Project on Sunday, April 23, 2017 – 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm and help make the world’s 1st recycled shampoo bottle a reality.

Oregon Coast Clean Up Facebook Event Page

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My name is Alex Lockwood and I love Oregon. One of my favorite things about living in Oregon is that we are just a short drive away from a wide variety of fun outdoor activities and amazing natural beauty. I am a native Oregonian and I grew up in the countryside just outside of Sandy, Oregon nestled between Mt. Hood and Portland. Growing up, we owned a few different family businesses over the years and by the time I made it to high school age I was working four jobs; the family business, weekends on a dairy farm, summers bucking hay for Geren’s Farm Supply & Nuts On Sport Pizza off Highway 26 in Boring, Oregon. From shoveling cow manure and bucking hay to making pizza and taking inventory for the family business, I’ve done it all. Growing up, there never seemed to be a shortage of work, which is how I developed the strong work ethic I have today. Although it was difficult and times, we made the best of the situation. In fact, many of the opportunities I’ve had would have never happened without hard work or a little sacrifice.