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    Sheryl Helms added Marine Drive Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Sheryl Helms reviewed Marine Drive Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Sheryl Helms added Marine Drive Trail

    6 months ago

    Sheryl Helms completed Row River Trail

    6 months ago

    Sheryl Helms reviewed Powell Butte Loop Trail

    6 months ago

    This is definitely a multi-use trail. You have to be really careful walking up and down the hills because at any moment a mountain bike could come racing over the summit. There are horses as well. I was there mid-morning on a weekday and it was already pretty heavily trafficked. But I’m giving this 5 stars because it is a fantastic little urban getaway that offers so much. The trails are also very well marked. If you’re looking for a quiet jaunt through the woods though, I’d go somewhere else.

    Sheryl Helms completed Powell Butte Loop Trail

    6 months ago

    Sheryl Helms reviewed Marine Drive Trail

    7 months ago

    Some trails are not super roller skate friendly, but this one is. I took it across the 205 bridge and had someone pick me up on the other side. It is really a very nice path for wheels of any kind. I love watching the birds and river on one side and planes taking off and landing on the other.

    Sheryl Helms completed Marine Drive Trail

    7 months ago

    Sheryl Helms reviewed Kelley Point Park Loop

    7 months ago

    Good for a family hike to let the kids run and explore. Seeing the gigantic ships was awesome! There is a nice little beach area (someone told me it’s a nude beach; not sure) and picnic tables along the way. Good place for a day outing. Can’t remember if there’s bathrooms, though.

    Sheryl Helms completed Kelley Point Park Loop

    7 months ago

    Sheryl Helms reviewed Maple and Wildwood Trail Loop

    7 months ago

    This really shouldn’t be labeled ‘Easy’. The last little part basically follows a power line and is strait down. It was pretty muddy as well, although we just had a huge rain storm. It was a great trail, though. A bit hard to know exactly which direction to turn sometimes because there can be up to 4 options and the signage isn’t that great. There were not many people, so it was nice and quiet. I would definitely recommend it, but maybe when it’s a bit drier and not for someone who is recovering from an ankle fracture =)