3 months ago

Easy, flat, quiet. A nice even walking trail with plenty of nature if you pay attention. Also perfect for a quick evening outing with the dog where you don't have to worry.

Maybe good to run down and back, all in all pretty boring

5 months ago

There is a nice little side trail with a cute Creek, not much else.

I haven't been on this trail in sometime because of how dangerous it can be. Go to 1000 acres in troutdale instead

road biking
7 months ago

Great place to ride around with your bike. My only complaint is the traffic it gets.

8 months ago

The nature trail section about a mile in is really the only part of the trail that has anything to look at. The turn around point is just a fence and a bench. Not really worry the whole trek.

8 months ago

Mostly flat gravel trail in a great location. Super quiet and we only saw a handful of other people while we were there. Perfect for a Sunday afternoon stroll.

10 months ago

This is a mostly flat trail, though not ADA accessible given some of the occasional potholes along the trail. The trail is gravel, not paved, so it is great for mountain bikes and some commuters, but I'd be weary of bringing a road bike if the tires could puncture early.

The trail follows a river for most of it, and the walk is quiet and peaceful. If you want some more nature, keep an eye out at the .8 mile mark to your left add you are headed out. There is an off shoot of the trail that runs parallel to the main trail but is close to what one might think of as a hiking trail. It is still easy in difficulty, but much more beautiful and follows closer to the river with view points. The parallel trail runs almost 2 miles, most of the length, so if you miss the turn of you will really be missing out. The reason I mention it is that it isn't intrinsically obvious where it starts and that it continues, so keep a look out.

This would also be a great jogging trail if you stayed on the main path.

Parking at the trail head is behind (and down hill from) the shell station.

10 months ago

I have lived near and enjoyed this trail since I was allowed to ride my bike away from home alone, a good nine years. I have seen it change as metro has "updated" the trail. I still love this trail and anyone who wants a good afternoon hike should try it, just please be responsible and follow trail rules. I have watched my favorite childhood trail quickly turn to a messy public park, and I don't want it to become like some of the grosser parts of the springwater trail.

Mostly car free. Mostly flat. Mostly paved. Scenic in some places.

on Cazadero Trail

mountain biking
11 months ago

Good out and back for Mountain Biking with the little ones

Sunday, January 01, 2017

good trail, expect dogs and bikes.

Monday, September 05, 2016

great hike me and my son enjoyed it very much

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Nice partly shaded walk with mountain dog, two kids, Big Daddy and Fat Amy. Ripe blackberries, some huckleberries and flowers. Deep Creek can be heard/seen/accessed at some points along the trail. Dog owners need to be more responsible and pack OUT their dog's doody. Leaving a full bag in the trail is bad manners and vile for those who end up packing it out for you. :-/

mountain biking
Monday, June 27, 2016

This was an easy pleasant ride. The trail is good for all skill levels and is bordered by wildflowers, berry bushes, and a creek is accessible in a few spots.

road biking
Sunday, April 17, 2016

Dangerous , lots of homeless camped all along the road side. Avoid the Portland portion

Saturday, April 02, 2016

This is a pretty walk...especially in the Powell Butte area but it gets kind of crowded. Best to go on a weekday. It's beautiful on a nice, sunny day with a breeze blowing through your hair.

Friday, April 01, 2016

boring and not much to look at....

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Always a nice walk or bicycle ride not bad rollerblading on parts of it A bunch of offshoot trails to swamps streams and ponds also can enjoy Powell butte

trail running
Friday, January 09, 2015

I like the trail from Boring to Gresham, it's pretty and it's populated with walkers, runners, bikers, etc. Its paved, I run on it. Further west on the trail, nearer to Gresham it gets dirtier and you run into more of the street element that a lot of people don't like, all in all it's a great running trail (bear in mind all paved).

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