Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Oregon with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

23 hours ago

First time on this trail. Some ups and downs but not bad. Little muddy in a few spots. Nice photo op. Well worth the trip.

Easy hike with multiple options for trails. We did about a 2 mike loop.

Wide open area at the top with fabulous views of Helens, Hood and Cascade Range. Lots of forests around the base with smooth dirt trails. A very nice new entrance with parking lots, bathrooms, water fountains, benches, information and sculptures. Trails range from paved, to gravel to dirt. Horse trails too so watch out for piles! Busy on nice days but so many trails to chose from!

7 days ago

Easy hike around this beautiful lake. But to get here, the road is dusty and very rough from Tollgate to the lake. It gets worse every year.

Beautiful view of the falls but trails are closed I heard till April. Sad I didn’t get to do the hike!

Was a very nice hike. Well maintained trails.

Nice, easy walk with pretty forest views.

This is a well maintained trail in both the shorter interpretive section and the “hiker” trail. The terrain of the “hiker” trail has more ups and downs but for the most part is manageable for most skill levels of enthusiasts. The drive to it is well maintained and an hour+ from Medford, Oregon.

An amazing gem right in the heart of NE Portland.

Beautiful setting and easy to get to.

10 days ago

Took my lil guy on this hike which made that incline quite the challenge. But the scenery and trail were amazing had a lot of fun.

took the kids (4 and 10) had lunch on the trail. pretty views, little traffic while we were there.

great place to go with kids. 6 and 10 year old little ones loved it. especially the suspension bridge and throwing rocks in creek. we will be back when weather warms up

Its closed and fenced, but you can still see the waterfall

Great hike, trail is clearly visible and marked. Did the outer loop, no huge incline or decline, pretty up and down path though. Was kinda rainy today but a lot of tree protection, so wasn’t bad at all.

This 19th century urban park in Portland, Oregon is very popular. It features a peak with nice views and several reservoirs for the city’s water supply. Lots of people and dogs on well used trails.

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29 days ago

Short, easy trail. Nice views of pinnacles. Keep an eye on toddlers! May be an opportunity for some notable photography at dawn and dusk.

A great small interpretive and visitor's center. I've been coming here for years. the staff and volunteers and are easily accessible on the trails. There is a shorter year round path and longer summer/early fall only extended trail. No inclines so this path is great for people with disabilities and young children. I've even seen parents pushing strollers on this trail. Lots of birds and other wildlife and river views in some parts.

various easy trails depending on time of year. lots of wild life to be seen.

Nothing like relaxing in the middle of so much beauty only nature can give!

meh. lots of dog poop on the ground, not many trees. crowded.

Had a great time with my family here juat beforw the fire closed 242

1 month ago

Nice, wooded trail that winds through wet bottom area with reasonably gentle incline toward the Fall. Much insect life to observe such as a myriad of butterflies and very large, black beetles. This is a great trail for curious, little kids! Trail is maintained well by the park and appears to be weathering constant use. It is not a lightly-trafficked trail. The Fall attracts plenty of visitors, and rightly so. Large and refreshing in late summer, it's a beautiful jewel in the Crater Lake crown.

1 month ago

Beautiful scenery and amazing views of Mt. Hood and downtown Portland.

I walk my dog daily on this paved trail. Many beautiful parks to stop at. The trail is never too busy.

Transients abound...best for bike riding / quick getaways. My twin 7 year olds and I use sections for bike riding but not recommended for hiking or the faint of heart.

Loved this trail. There’s definitely one hill that will get your heart pumping, but, the rest of the hike was mild and enjoyable. The trail is well maintained and followed the creek all the way to the falls. We really enjoyed the beauty of the forest and the waterfalls. Great way to spend an afternoon!

Lots of fun options to make your own route. 7 miles today.

great trail. was there today, sunny and a little chilly. amazing and beautiful!

I can’t wait for this trail to open again!

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