Nice easy trail for stretching your legs on an afternoon. There's not really a view from the summit due to scrub and trees, but the section between the Dillard trailhead and the summit has some really lovely vistas, especially the hiker-only section. (The section from the Spring St trailhead is nicely forested.)
You have to catch this trail on a nice day, preferable when it isn't windy. The wind really whips right through and can be extremely cold! The path is very clean and maintained, even in the steep areas it's maintained to the point of actually being graveled. It is a pretty steep trail, but I think anyone can accomplish this short hike. It's a steep up, a nice long walk across the top and then back down the steep bottom. There's parking at the bottom and even a map at the trail head.
Eugene has several interlaced trails just outside the city under the Ridgeline Trail System. We hiked the Mount Baldy trail from the Spring Street trailhead to the Dillard North trailhead and back. The first part of the hike is in wooded forest and all uphill. Once at the top of the summit the terrain is mostly open if you take the bike trail at the split down to the other side. If you take the footpath, you go back into wooded forest with some great views overlooking the city. Many families on the trail today. Dogs on leash. Good workout for just over a mile each way.