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Our Lady of GuadalupeTrappist Abbey

9200 NE Abbey Rd, Carlton, OR 97111-9666
+1 503-852-0107
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Great Hike in the Heart of Wine Country!

My girlfriend and I were looking for a hike close to the McMinnville area and after reading the... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
toto1234
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Madison, Wi
Walk to the Shrine

Pick up a map at Reception and walk up the trail to the Shrine of Our Lady. Quiet, cool and restful... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2017
alyson w
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Dallas, Texas
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5 Sep 2017
“Great Hike in the Heart of Wine Country!”
3 Aug 2017
“Walk to the Shrine”
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9200 NE Abbey Rd, Carlton, OR 97111-9666
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+1 503-852-0107
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

My girlfriend and I were looking for a hike close to the McMinnville area and after reading the reviews decided to give the Trappist Abbey a try. This is only about a 15-minute drive from McMinnville. Very serene grounds around the Abbey with a very...More

Thank toto1234
Reviewed 3 August 2017

Pick up a map at Reception and walk up the trail to the Shrine of Our Lady. Quiet, cool and restful setting among the forest trees. At the Shrine there's a wonderful view over the Willamette Valley. On the return trip down, veer to the...More

Thank alyson w
Reviewed 19 April 2016

We were staying nearby and spent part of an afternoon here, walking trails and sitting with frogs by the side of one of the ponds. We also attended a service. Very peaceful, relaxing, welcoming. Beautiful grounds. Also there is a gift shop with books, candles,...More

Thank Andrea K
Reviewed 30 January 2016

This is a time to slow down enjoy the country side and be with yourself as you walk the grounds of the Abbey. The Abbey has been a stopping point for many visitors or the years. The vespers are chanted and include several reading. Whether...More

1  Thank Larry B
Reviewed 4 October 2014

We were enjoying a trip thru Oregon's wine country and The Abbey was near where we were staying. It is not that long a trip from 99W up a hill to where the Abbey buildings are located. The gardens are beautifully maintained and still lovely...More

Thank Beachgal003
Reviewed 28 September 2014

We attended vespers at the abbeys. The setting of the abbey is pastoral, the church is new, light and airy and looks out on the fields It was so peaceful and welcoming to first sit in silence and wait as the monks filed into the...More

Thank Mary H
Reviewed 28 June 2014

Near Lobenhaus B & B and worth a visit if you enjoy quiet places for walking, spiritual reflection, and perusing spiritual books in the abbey bookstore. One can also purchase the noteworthy Trappist Abbey fruitcake and other food items.

Thank Suzanne C
Reviewed 14 April 2014

Gift shop is nice. lovely but simple little church and grounds with a pond. rooms for only $50.00. The monks have a huge warehouse where they keep wine for the surrounding wineries. Also do book binding on a wide basis. We enjoyed this quiet stop.

Thank GrandmaGoldwing
Reviewed 24 September 2013

We enjoyed hiking to the shrine. The trails are not particularly well marked but we managed to find our way there and back. Lovely spot.

1  Thank ReneeMarieJohnson
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