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Starts out nice and easy, turns into a logging road that is very lightly used and VERY poorly marked. Should bring water and snacks as well as be prepared to do some navigating.

mountain biking
1 day ago

I love this hike it was my second ti me yesterday, took really long to get to the waterfall cause I took my 2 yr old & everything moves at her pace lol. but it was worth it.

trail running
1 day ago

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

What a beautiful place. so many colors and wildflowers. Hard switchbacks but we'll worth it.

Casual hike, ending with a beautiful view of Portland from Pittock.

Great hike!

My husband and I hiked this yesterday. we started out at 10:00AM and it took us 3 hours. Temp when we started was 70 deg and when we ended was 90 deg. We took the trail off to the right first knowing the steepest part would be over first. Misery Ridge has it's name for a reason. We stopped many times to drink water, catch our breath and take in the views. The views are so beautiful!! We saw eagles (5-6). The rock climbers were plentiful. The route we took left us with a 2 mile walk along the river after all the climbing up and then down misery ridge and then the decent around monkeys face but it was the right choice to take because it was shaded at times as well as flatter terrain. There was even a five year old boy hiking with his dad that made us look like worn out 60 year olds. We recommend the trail for great views with a good muscle and ,knees workout. Trails can be slippery, my husband slipped and fell down the hill going down one of the switchbacks. The slower you take some of the terrain the better you will be.