Eastmoreland, Crystal Springs, and Reed College

Portland, Oregon

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This walk through the Eastmoreland area takes you through many different environments. The 18-mile long Springwater Corridor Trail is located on an abandoned railroad line and goes east from here to Gresham and Boring. It provides access to wildlife areas, wetlands, and parks. It also joins the 40-Mile Loop—actually about 140 miles now— intended to circle Portland and link every park in the citypark system. Special attractions: Natural wetlands and creek, a college campus, and gardens surrounding a spring-fed lake. Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden is wheelchair accessible.
Walking Portland, Oregon

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Walking Portland, Oregon

by Sybilla Avery Cook (Falcon Guides)

This walk through the Eastmoreland area takes you through many different environments. The 18-mile long Springwater Corridor Trail is located on an abandoned railroad line and goes east from here to Gresham and Boring. It provides access to wildlife areas, wetlands, and parks. It also joins the 40-Mile Loop—actually about 140 miles now— intended to circle Portland and link every park in the citypark system.

Special attractions: Natural wetlands and creek, a college campus, and gardens surrounding a spring-fed lake. Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden is wheelchair accessible.

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Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Portland
Distance: 2.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Portland Oregon Visitors Association
Driving Directions: Directions to Eastmoreland, Crystal Springs, and Reed College

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May 2018