The Route & Map


Corvallis to the Sea Trail

Our vision for the Corvallis-to-the-Sea (or C2C) trail was to connect Corvallis with the Oregon coast via a continuous non-motorized route to be enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Finding that un-achievable in the present, the proposed trail route is largely on abandoned or gated road corridors and existing low-traffic roads. About 8 miles of the approximately 60-mile route are on existing trails or new trails, most on the pending western half of the trail.


Most of the route shown below is on lands and roads in public ownership. We have reached arrangements with all the private landowners along this route. The eastern half of the route over Siuslaw lands was approved by the Forest Service in 2015 and is now open for use. The western half of the route still requires environmental assessment and this may take a year.


A map and trail guide is available for the eastern half of the trail. Click the image below for a larger map image or click here for a PDF file of the map and trail guide.

Trail Access: A map that shows motor-vehicle trailhead access routes for the east half of the trail is also available. Click HERE for that map with text descriptions (PDF file).