Hiking Trails Near Portland, OR
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Hiking Trails Near Portland, OR

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Portland has 128 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 50.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Table Rock Wilderness Area Trails, Horsetail, Oneonta, and Triple Falls and Wild Cherry - Alder Loop. Trails.com member Leigha H. recently completed Leif Erikson Drive - Wildwood Loop. See all Portland trails.
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This route travels through the spectacular 185-acre tree museum of Hoyt Arboretum in Southwest ...
If you love waterfalls, this hike is for you. This route through the Columbia River Gorge ...
The route starts next to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington Park, winds through Hoyt Arboretum, ...
Even though it is within the city of Portland, the Wildwood Trail in Forest Park is a ...
Two casual strolls on the edge of the city offer a glimpse into the local world of wildlife— ...
The route travels on singletrack trails and a doubletrack gravel road through the scenic ...
This trail through the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area leads through a deep, ...
This pleasant trail through a wooded gulch just minutes from downtown leads to the highest ...
Eagle Creek is certainly no secret. With a string of breathtaking waterfalls, a beautiful ...
Given its overall majestic appearance, combined with good year-round access from Portland, ...
Dirt and paved trails that travel next to bubbling Balch Creek through a fantastic forest ...
Mount Defiance is the highest point in the Columbia River Gorge, and the trail from the ...
Singletrack options can be a bit scarce within Portland’s city limits. One beaming exception ...
Latourell Falls is the closest major gorge waterfall to Portland. The 224-foot falls are ...
With combined drops cited at 630 feet, Multnomah Falls is often billed as the tallest ...
Portland has it all: clean air (thanks to strict legislation); a cheerful, uncongested ...
Deep, mossy green forests, pristine creeks, and cascading waterfalls—the natural beauty ...
This route travels through the spectacular 185-acre tree museum of Hoyt Arboretum in Southwest ...
Nonmotorized multi-use gravel-dirt road with distance markers that winds through 5,000-acre ...
Signed forest path that winds through a Douglas fir and big-leaf maple forest in Marquam ...
Signed singletrack trail that begins at Marquam Shelter and travels through a picturesque ...
This trail takes you on a city escape through the fern-filled forest of Marquam Nature ...
Black-Tailed Deer Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Portland, Oregon. It is 54 feet ...
Southeast Pedestrian Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Portland, Oregon. It is 0.1 ...
Lexington Hills Hoa Trail is a hiking trail in Portland, Oregon. It is 0.2 miles long ...
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