6/3/20 - Beautiful park with amazing views of downtown and the mountains, but review is specifically for the curated trail. There are too many unmarked paths that intersect to make navigating very difficult, especially if the GPS isn't on point like I experienced. There was also a point that it instructed to switch from the main road to a walking trail on a shortcut that didn't exist, causing us to turn around. Would have had a better experience just exploring the park without the app.

hiking
9 days ago

Easy place to take a leisurely stroll! Had a lot of mini trails so it was easy to have some time away from other people. Only rated it a 4/5 because it wasn’t very challenging at all for a hike.

Easy walk through beautiful park full of trees.

mountain biking
muddy
off trail
16 days ago

Mountain biking Great workout, a lot of friendly people, fun trails.

walking
muddy
16 days ago

Mt Tabor was rather muddy today after a few days of rain on and off. I find it a bit cumbersome to follow specific routes there because there are so many trails. It's better to just wander around and take whichever path seems most interesting on any given day.

hiking
off trail
23 days ago

My 6yo and I went for the first time during Covid mandate. All trails were open. The only things closed were parking lot and playground. My son was riding his bike. We never actually found the trail suggested here for biking. We still had road to ride on, but there was a lot of uphill. I had to push my son up a lot. Called for a good workout. I loved the view of the city and that there were so many paths. It would take more than a day to go through all of them.

It was good place to go in the city if you want to explore several paths and get a great view of the city. There were places where it was muddy and slippery but nothing major. Definitely worth an explore!

Excellent mid-length run. If you finish at Burnside you can close out with a nice stair run. Only bug was a minor slowdown due to bike congestion at the North crossing, but it’s a great vista and worth taking a breath on.

1 month ago

not the same it was years ago. I miss the old portland.

Easy pathway around a fairly large neighborhood park area. Most of the trails are paved and all are well maintained. No views. Dog friendly. Also good for running or biking.

Paved walkway along the Willamette River. Super crowded. Lots of runners and bikers. Dog friendly. Great views of the river and downtown Portland.

walking
1 month ago

Small area with paved and bark chip trails. Well maintained. Easy walk - also a good area for running. Dog friendly. Some wetland area, but otherwise no views.

road biking
1 month ago

Great trail for a bike ride. Wide trail with a combination of walkers and bicyclists. Beautiful view of the Columbia. A few mild inclines, bit relatively flat.

giving it 4 stars because the app said it was kid friendly. when i think of kids, I think of my 3 and 5 year old. so not kid friendly for little ones to ride bikes. way to many hills.

Dry and no blow down. Best condition

Surprisingly a great balance between woods area & sunny fields. Perfect for an after work walk.

road biking
1 month ago

Nice ride along the river. Nice view of Hood. Pretty flat but couple inclines. I would recommend

Probably better for biking than hiking. Nice river views and Canadian Geese.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

walking
2 months ago

A wonderful Saturday walk. The paving, and the hilliness and length of the trail makes it an accessible challenge to anyone.

hiking
flooded
off trail
2 months ago

walking
2 months ago

Stunningly gorgeous area! First you go through the stations of the cross leading you to the grotto. The Grotto is remarkable… A fantastic display of the Christian faith. The elevator takes you to another spectacular area with a garden and a chapel overlooking the city! This week, the elevator was free so that all worshipers can pray in the garden for COVID-19. Not much ofA Trail, but a must see if you are in the area!!

hiking
2 months ago

Good for a short run

hiking
3 months ago

The decommissioned reservoirs are not lakes. There is no access to water for swimming. If a trail seems overgrown, it isn’t a real trail, please stay on main trails. There is poison oak in the brush. The park has limited garbage cans. If you see a tennis court, playground, or picnic site look for a pebble covered trash barrel. They don’t make the cans easy to find. There are 0 trash cans around the big reservoir along 60th and 0 near the smallest reservoir. The water bureau manages these areas, not the Parks dept. The neighborhood vibe on Tabor is strong. You can enter on 72nd and Harrison. There’s always parking in that section.

Great day for a walk. Not crowded. First day without rain in a while. Love this loop. One of my most regular walks. Included some wandering in town this time.

Great running trail

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

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