Fantastic PAC NW forest with trails right in city. Great opportunity for even brief visitors to experience the Pacfific NW.
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This was a great hike up to the mansion and back down. We started at the bottom of Thurston Bridge. The Stone House where the trail connects with the Wildwood Trail is pretty cool. Reaching the viewpoint at the back of the mansion was gorgeous....More
We took the lower Macleay Trail that stars under the green bridge between two red sculptures. The trail so so beautiful and follows a creek surrounded by gorgeous trees. It was a pretty level 0.8mi hike to the little stone building "Witch's Castle" which was...More
It was a hot sunny Sunday when I set off walking toward Forest park. I walked down NW Thurman to the Bridge at NW 29th and down the stairs on the north side into Lower Macleay Park. There were several people loitering about. And several...More
Okay, the hike was a bit miserable for me since I had sustained an injury the night before. Even so, the hike was really peaceful even though the area was really crowded (better than deserted). Parts of the hike are a bit steep on the...More
I visited Forest Park at the suggestion of a local friend. We hiked/walked through Forest Park for hours. There are many people around the area enjoying nature, and exercising. The trails are clearly marked, and easy to find. This is a great way to enjoy...More
Clearly marked paths through an absolutely gorgeous forest. Perfect to take short hike or to spend the day. Different trails for different skill levels. Dog friendly.
This was a nice hike to do on a Sunday afternoon. It goes by Pittock Mansion, which was where we were going and wasn't too hard to do.
I loved that within Forest Park exists within Portland. Miles of trails and once you are going through the park, you can easily forget that you are still in the city. I recommend a visit to all new to Portland. Beaufiful