Looking for a great trail in Linnton Park, Oregon? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Linnton Park ranging from 2.8 to 9.2 miles and from 68 to 1,062 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Nice urban hike. Crosses a few roads but no big deal. The route is easily expanded and contracted to make the hike however long you’d like.

Beautiful and well maintained path. Plenty of shade once you reach the loop. Parking area is small so you may need to squeeze your vehicle into a space.

This was a very fun loop, lots of wildflowers and wildlife. Pay attention to the trail markers though, as we did get a little off course.

Beautiful trail with some good hills! Awesome!! ...my phone battery died half way through the hike.

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bugs
1 month ago

I found a min Buddha and Garden gnome on this trail, if you can find them too I’d like to think we’d both found our luck for the day. Great hike, will be back!

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bugs
1 month ago

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muddy
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

Lovely, largely shaded trail with some good up and downhill segments. So many off leash dogs though

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muddy
3 months ago

Very beautiful at the beginning of the trail. Its pretty muddy so make sure you wear boots!

Great trail for incline and wildflowers Doggies loved it Lots of switch backs Parking was a little confusing so we just parked in the dirt by the stop lights at 105th Ave and St Helens Rd. The TH is across the road behind the bus stop. You’ll see it once you get to the bus stop - very obvious.

hiking
3 months ago

Short but steep trail. Lower part is beautiful where it follows the stream. Heavily used, parking limited.

7 months ago

Scenic. Friendly walkers, bicyclists, runners and dogs. Not fogged in as the city was below this hill. Caution when driving to the location, some drivers are flying downhill and may lose their lane; saw a crash on the way up that lead a car down the side of the hill and into a tree. Use this map to stay on the trail, since it's not well marked, and there's a few connecting trails going off of this one that won't take you directly back to the start of the trail. Parking was fine, not as crowded as the trailheads down below. Trail was a bit slippery on the wet leaves. The hike uphill was not easy, but if your up for a challenge or trying to get back in shape, it's worth it.

Heavy forest with a few looks of the port. Ended up around 12.6 miles and 2800+ vertical. Good climbs and one taxing downhill section. Good butt kicking route. Certain parts can get a bit busy with trail runners.

great trail, but I ended up parking at Firelane 15 (about half a mile before the trailhead) because I couldn't easily find the start to this trail. I hiked Firelane 15 (blue trail on the left, on the map) until it connected to Skyline, and then just looped around from there. It took me an hour and a half hiking at a steady pace. Pretty empty (I went on a Tuesday at 3:30), and peaceful. Good signage.

Beautiful trail. Definitely recommend hiking poles, it was a little slippery at some places. Watch out for a steep incline almost half way through the trail.

trail running
9 months ago

Great Sunday morning trail for running. Plum tree on the way was an absolute delight. Pets on the trail are fun to interact with - always tempt me to get one !!

hiking
10 months ago

this is my go-to trail when I need some forest time but don't have time to get out of the city. relatively quick and easy (with one steep incline section). depending on the time of year there's a nice little stream and great views.

Took us 2 hr ... good one .

Beautiful summer trail. Lush, few other people. Signage not good

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

It was a good little hike for my first solo with both dogs. It was moderately trafficked, especially at "intersections" of the Wildwood trail. Lots of wildflowers & berries & butterflies. Elevation could be considered moderately difficult, but not an issue for experienced hikers. Over all a very pleasant day hike.

Hikes with kids ages 18mo and 3yrs old. Nicely shaded so perfect for warm day. Easy walk for kids with wild flowers and tall trees. But not that interesting for kids. We walked in and back out - no loop.

horseback riding
Thursday, May 17, 2018

Anybody know if there's horse trailer parking off Skyline Blvd?

hiking
Friday, May 11, 2018

Beautiful up until you get to the fire trail, where it gets a bit boring and repetitive. Parking is also a hassle in Linnton, we ended up parking in “downtown” Linnton and walking in. Not sure how well enforced the no parking areas are near the trailhead, but I saw plenty of cops passing and didn’t risk it. Great for finding mushrooms and berries, though! And the creek at the beginning is nice and peaceful. Not many people on a weekday evening, and no signs of homeless camps.

hiking
Sunday, February 11, 2018

Good day hike!

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

great little loop. only saw a few other people (nice weekday in February). a bit sloppy, so definitely bring some old towels for your dog

hiking
Monday, January 29, 2018

A great trail to let the pooch run around. Not many people.

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Nice spot, a little less trafficked, good for dogs and kids. The parking is good too.

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Fun with good views and not too many ppl.

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Limited parking at the gate. Follow fire roads 13, 12, and 15, and return via Wildwood Trail. Well marked.

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