Hoyt Arboretum Trails is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Portland, OR that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Nice, easy, not too busy. Serene, good for recharging on nature when you only have a few hours. Beautiful!
Walkers are respectful of one another and the surroundings. The area is gorgeous. The ground underfoot is kind. We walk the Arboretum trails every time we visit PDX.
Amazing how your in the city but you feel so far away. Trails are pretty easy.
I love the area and the international rose test garden is just right around the corner!
Great educational hike. Learn about all the unique flora in Portland.
Easy, wooded hike.
Great hike! Went all over, good workout :)
Nice short walk
Wonderful for a nice walk in the evenings.
Great hike with varying terrain. See my blog for more details at http://wp.me/p70WJj-le
Love this place
this hike stunk because it was like walking down a block there was ZERO wild life along the trail and there was literally no challenge at all this was probably my wort hiking experience ever and i wouldn't go there if i were you, if you do i hope u have a better time than me otherwise your as sad an a dead man!!!! please don't do this hike!
This is a lovely place to visit no matter what time of year. They have hundreds of different trees from around the world. It's so relaxing and peaceful. I got a ton of great pics here. The trails are easy and its shady most of the time. Loved it!
absolutely beautiful! However it'd very easy to get lost! so make sure you really pay attention to the map and the trail names! It was loads of fun seeing the variety of trees!