Mount Talbert Nature Park Loop Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Clackamas, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Take a nice loop hike on this undeveloped Butte in Clackamas County This short loop to the top of this extinct lava dome in Clackamas County is perfect for the whole family. The trail winds through beautiful forest and is filled with interpretive signs about the environment you are walking through and the flora and fauna you may see along the way.
Nice tidy trails. Saw a deer. Every trail is clearly marked. Shrubs and ground cover seem to be mostly trampled and dying. I would hike again
Every single passing person said hello. A lot of going up, but it's great exercise. Found a little wood walkway in a meadow-like area, birds singing everywhere! It's my favorite spot on the route I took. Only downside was I found dog poop on the trail when it clearly states "no dogs". Oh well. Other than that, it's short and sweet and a great quick fix for hiking cravings.
Sandra Dee K.
Very accessible, and very well maintained. The view from the top isn't too great, but there's tremendous flora scenery on the 'Summit Trail' section. Most of the 'Park Loop Trail' turns into a slip-'n-slide (or even a temporary creek) after typical rainfall, so be sure to bring a towel and a good mood!
nice and close
love this hike need to get there more often
Several length options, easy access, free parking, picnic area... great little hike, especially for being in the middle of suburbia! No doggies allowed - even if they're leashed.