Fanno Creek Regional Trail is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Portland, Oregon that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is a nice trail, schools will come to the trails to learn bike safety and nature life.
I grew up around this trail, it does get very dark at night.
Beaverton is working hard to keep this trail safe and appealing to everyone.
Heard this trail will connect clear out to the downtown area of Portland..?
Nice trail for a little walk, just beware of the bike commuters! They are extremely rude and ride way to fast for a park. For some reason they feel as though they have every right in the world to be rude when you are in their way.
Overcast day. A few runners and bikers out. Nice paved urban trail which keeps you (mostly) off surface streets. The first 1.2 mile section goes from Olleson to Allen Rd in Beaverton.
It is good for a quick run. Pretty crowded...
Entire trail is paved. It is a protected wildlife habitat nestled between quiet neighborhoods and business park. It's a great place for an easy walk or bike ride - excellent for small children.
More of a walking path vs a hike in the woods
The trail is paved and very well kept. There is a lot of construction going on all through the trail. This does not effect the trail but it does effect the view.
This is a beautiful path with lots of trees and plants to see. As a note, this path is paved not a dirt path, there is a part that goes onto the streets but not for very long. Very flat no hills or high elevation gain.
This is my favorite trail run from the Tigard Library to Denny Rd. It's very easy to follow.