Start exploring the largest urban park in the nation with Portland Monthly's Guide to Forest Park - including maps and featuring the lowdown on over twenty of the best trails to hike, run, bike, and play on.
Gonnecting green! Explore a trail that will connect the Clark County Fairgrounds to Fairgrounds Park and Whipple Creek Regional Park.
Oneonta Falls (sometimes called Lower Oneonta Falls), is a short .6 mile hike that requires overcoming a few obstacles to reach it. It’s not far from Portland either.
Take a walk on the wild side at this little-known natural area full of wonder, mystery and wildlife
Discover Thousand Acres - at the Sandy River Delta. There's lots of room to explore, and with dogs allowed off-leash it makes a perfect escape for the whole gang.
Take the young ones out to one of the Hoyt Arboretum's gorgeous walking trails with this Recess to the Fairy Forest.
Escape the city for an afternoon with an Recess on Mount Tabor.
Take in a long Recess with amazing views of the Colombia Gorge on this 7 mile loop, east of Washougal.
Starting across the Columbia River from the Bridal Veil area, the lofty cliffs of Cape Horn are seen guarding the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. The full trail loop is 7 miles with 1,200 feet of elevation gain.
Let's go fly a kite, up on Powell Butte. Take in the sights, the nature, and the wind atop one of Portland's best buttes with this Recess on The Intertwine.