Lower Macleay Park to Pittock Mansion is a 5.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Portland, Oregon that features a river and is rated as moderate. 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
Follow this trail to Pittock Mansion for a panoramic view of Portland. You will have great views of Portland and will also have a great opportunity for bird watching. Take the time to explore the grounds and make sure to read the links I've included with this guide for more information on the site. The building is overseen by the Bureau of Parks and Recreation and it is open for touring.
Quite muddy but the view is all worth it.
Nice moderate hike with plenty of water flowing right now. Plenty of traffic but not overwhelming for a city limits kind of hike. Don't let the crowds deter you as we found plenty of time on our own and the scenery is worth it. Great view of the city with Mt. Hood as a backdrop from the Mansion. A few downed trees and mudslides but easily navigated. Super green right now!
This was a lovely trail that ran along a river. We went on a Saturday so it was pretty crowded but it was worth it for the experience. We did it with our three month old in the baby carrier and it was pretty easy to the stone mansion but we continued up the trail to an area where there were switchbacks up to where the Audubon is and that was short but a little difficult with the baby-totally worth it. Only thing we didn't think about was we had our dog with us so when we got to the top we had to take turns one staying with the dog and the other visiting in the Audubon society building, they don't allow dogs.
Not too long or short, not too easy or hard. Not too many people. Perfect mix of nature and city view
Perfect for my 5 year old!