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Best Hiking Trails in Portland

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Portland, Oregon. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

MT TABOR PARK

6220 South Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97215

Since 1894

Walking, Playground, Picnic Area, Accessible Play Area, Accessible Restroom, Basketball Court, Dog Off-Leash Area, Horseshoe Pit, Paths, Unpaved, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Site, Reservable, Picnic Tables, Plaza, Stage Outdoor, Statue or Public Art, Tennis Court, Tennis Court Lighted & Volleyball Court

The plan included long flights of stairs, gently curving parkways, numerous walking trails, and a nursery yard ● Its a very popular destination and features expansive views of downtown Portland, picnic areas, a dog off-leash area, natural surface ● It also showcased native plants

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FOREST PARK TRAIL

210 Northwest Thurman Street, Suite 201, Portland, OR 97210

Since 1948

Guided Trails, Biking, Nature and Parks, Outdoor Activities, Walking Trails, Stone House, Educational Programs, Conservation, Mile Hike, Events, Largest City, West Hills-Trail, Audubon Society, Running, Shops, Tall Trees & Nature

An abundance of wildlife (more than 112 bird and 62 mammal species) can be found in Forest Park ● The 30-mile Wildwood Trail in Forest Park is part of the region’s 40-Mile Loop system that links Forest Park to pedestrian and trail routes along the Columbia River to Gresham ● With more than 80 miles of trails, fire lanes, and forest roads

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POWELL BUTTE NATURE PARK TRAIL

16160 Southeast Powell Boulevard, Portland, OR 97236

Since 1990

Mountain Bikers, Accessible Restroom, Water Fountains, Outdoor Activities, and Horseback Riders, Natural Area, Nature and Parks, Biking Trails & Equestrian

The park is comprised of 611 acres of meadowland and forest ● The 614-foot (187 m) summit has over 9 miles (14 km) of trails ● Pets on-leash, horses and mountain bicycles are allowed on the trails ● The park is home to many birds of prey with its open meadows, groves of wild hawthorn trees, forested slopes of Western red cedar, and wetlands near Johnson Creek

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