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A great place to hike just minutes from downtown. Wildwood and dogwood trails are great for beginners. We use the alltrails phone app to navigate the twisty, intersecting trails and have loved going out for walks with the dog on most weekends.
Went for a post holiday family walk with my wife, dog and father I law a week ago. I love this town but with its increasing density I love this park even more! Five minute drive for a walk in the woods, pure heaven! It...More
We went to visit our kids in Portland and they took us out hiking a few times. it is wonderful how many parks are in close proximity to the city. Forest Park is a good example of how city folks can go hiking easily. the...More
Streatches for miles and miles throughout the city. Many people hiking all the time. Some areas have steep down hills. Can be scary to drive up hill in some areas to park car. Lots of low level pull over on the side the road and...More
We had a wonderful 7 mile hike despite the weather being very Pacific Northwest. Don't be deterred if it looks as if it will rain. There are so many trees, they provide a thick canopy to help protect you somewhat. It absolutely poured the last...More
To help set expectations, Forest Park, is mainly literally a forest with a large number of hiking trails in it. The longest trail, the Wildwood trail is 30 miles long in one direction, so you could spend days covering all of... More
To help set expectations, Forest Park, is mainly literally a forest with a large number of hiking trails in it. The longest trail, the Wildwood trail is 30 miles long in one direction, so you could spend days covering all of the trails. In my opinion, if I only had one day and 3 hours to hike the trails, I would try to park near the Portland Audubon Society at the Macleay Park parking area and hike the Wildwood trail from there to Hoyt Arboretum and back. Along the way you would enjoy the spectacular views at Pittock Mansion. On a clear day, from Pittock Mansion you can see downtown Portland and 4 8000ft and higher mountains (they are really volcano)