Great trail my fiancée and I did it in a little over an hour. Good incline less trafficked then some of Powell’s buttes more known trails. I personally really enjoyed it will come back again to get a better finish time! Most of the trail is dirt so trail shoes would be ideal!

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muddy
2 days ago

Very muddy (to the point that it was difficult to walk with regular sneakers - so I definitely would recommend hiking boots when coming during even mildly rainy days) Stunning view of Portland from Pittock Mansion Heavily trafficked - with kids, dogs, runners, hikers, etc Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my hike! Just wished I had hiking boots to deal with the mud haha

Wouldn’t do this hike if you’re not from the area.

on Marshall Park Trail

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2 days ago

Short but sweet! Loved it:)

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closed
2 days ago

Great urban hike!Parts of the trail were closed though. I don’t mind a longer hike but I don’t like trying to figure out alternate routes in an area I’m not familiar with.

No snow, great morning hike. Beautiful to watch the sunrise

Overall a good hike and well maintained trails. North creek trail was muddy. I would avoid Boones ferry rd next time I go. Went in the morning and not too busy.

Great trail until the end of the Waterline part. DON'T CONTINUE ON THE SUGGESTED ROUTE AFTER THE END OF WATERLINE (Waterline - Leif Erikson junction)! As others have reviewed, there really isn't a well marked trail where this map shows a straight route back down to the base. I did it but it's a pretty steep downward slope over a muddy, little walked "path" (read: you are OFF a real path). Doable if you're comfortable with sidestepping slowly down a minimal path with mud and the occasional slick rock. You will also have to make a short skip over a tiny creek prior to a short steep ascension back to civilization :) The short Waterline trail is the extremely muddy part of this loop with a moderate downward slope. Otherwise a great route overall. I'd just make the suggested alterations noted in the reviews at the end of Waterline - either take the Tolinda trail through Germantown or circle back to the early part of the Ridge trail via Leif Erikson.

Did this on a rainy morning on Memorial Day. Surprisingly not too crowded. Trail was muddy but it very lush and beautiful.

Excellent, short and easy hike through some beautiful woods.

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muddy
3 days ago

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muddy
3 days ago

Great trail even though it was raining. The trees provided shelter from the rain. Many people and dogs. Everyone was friendly.

Me and Tara relaxed on a bench while she read a book and I painted a view.

fun hike with a beautiful view! muddy and a lot of incline hills but so worth it!

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bugs
4 days ago

Great hike. Lots of mosquitos and other bugs so come prepared. Very crowded eight now.

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muddy
4 days ago

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muddy
4 days ago

Decent elevation gain at first to get the heart rate up. Muddy spots. Quiet. Beautiful.

Love these trails and usually go through here at least once a week. The main entrance is on 162nd and takes you right to the more open areas (the gates are closed now though so your better off parking at one of the other openings (148th/Holgate/Raymond Street). I enjoy the scenery from the entrance on 148th and it provides a simple ten minute loop if you don’t have much time and direct access to the rest of the trails. Tons of wildlife in this area, frequently see barred owls and hawks near dawn as well as woodpeckers, chipmunks, varieties of fungus and more. The tall Doug Firs, Big leaf maples, and Cedars provide tons of cover making this area great when it’s raining.

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muddy
4 days ago

Was a great trail to test out my new Osprey Poco plus child carrier back pack and take my 4 month old son on his first true hike. The trail

Even with Pittock mansion being closed this was still a good hike! Great views. My dog loved it! Went around May 20ths

Quiet and peaceful. Trail starts at an overgrown staircase up a driveway in the neighborhood, goes under an overpass and an old bridge, then back into a small green ravine. It winds up the side of the little ravine, (quite a few steps and uphill climb), meets with part of the Terwillager Trail for a short time, and then winds back down, so half of the loop is all downhill. Some muddy spots, but easily stepped around. Lots of birds and quite manageable for my 6 and 9 yr old kids.

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