Looking for a great trail near Portland, Oregon? AllTrails has 163 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Guy W. Talbot State Park or Tryon Creek State Natural Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Forest Park or Council Crest City Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 97 easy trails in Portland ranging from 0.6 to 17 miles and from 16 to 1,079 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!



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Portland, Oregon Map

Great hike. Many trails to go on to make it longer or shorter. Shade almost the whole way I went. Parking can be difficult. At Least on Saturday when I went.

Really nice for a short trail located in the city. Redwood trees lookout was beautiful.

FYI there's a sign that says "No Pets Allowed"

great spot for kids and pups!

The family and I took this hike and we found it enjoyable. Mostly easy hike. A few spots were a little steep but mostly not bad. Great scenery. The Audobon Society had some interesting exhibits and a nice store that also had some chocolate and energy bars.

9 days ago

First time doing this hike was breaking in a new backpacking pack with 50 lbs, so probably felt harder than it was. Definitely a decent workout either way. Its way more fun coming back down via wildwood rather than returning via BPA road.

Lovely, shady hardly any people, easy to moderate trail. Loved it.

Beautiful-parking is a bit of a challenge but worth figuring out because thus is such a pretty walk.

Very well marked trail that is paved 100% of the route. Gets a bit confusing on west side near sellwood and the Cheesecake Factory. Just stick to the road till you get to the max line around Tillkium crossing. Enjoy!

10 days ago

Beautiful! Great for dogs!

10 days ago

Last half mile was pretty rough on my hip, which isn't the greatest. Definitely an easy trail up until that point. Lots of dogs off leash the whole time but they were all friendly.

This trail was awesome! It had several other little trails branching off to different places but AllTrails map lead us right to where we wanted to go with the gps setting. Great view from top, as well as in the wooded section to/from the mansion.

Great short hike, with beautiful scenery. Entrance is not obvious, to get to the trailhead you have to walk through a houses driveway. Parking could be difficult in residential area.

Beautiful and well maintained path. Plenty of shade once you reach the loop. Parking area is small so you may need to squeeze your vehicle into a space.

it was a good hike. heavily trafficked but depending what trail you're on it wasnt crowded at all.

This was a beautiful and quiet walk on July 4th. It was a little challenging for my parents, but overall enjoyed by all.

Took this trail on my trip out to Portland a couple months ago. It was pretty easy, not very steep either way. Very beautiful scenery and I lover the stream running through. We saw birds, centipedes, slugs, snails and one big Woodpecker statue thing that was a bit odd, but it fits right in :). Forest park is great if you dont have time to venture outside the city and still want to do a hike. The houses in the area are gorgeous as well.

we added on to this trail, and loved every minute of it. great uphills, lots of people, but not crowded at all. very well maintained. such a beautiful place to be.

A decent trail going up and the views from Pittock Mansion are unequaled - but the trail signs can be a little confusing especially if you are running down and you have to decide quickly upon the right course. I gave it a 3 for that reason but 3 1/2 stars is more accurate. I’ll do it again but this time either finish well before 3/3:30 pm or hang around until after rush hour as the roads around it (205/84/30/I-5) are miserable parking lots between 3-6:30pm.

13 days ago

Beautiful trail & would recommend taking a tour of Pittock Mansion at the top! Stunning views of the city.

If this were located someplace different, then I think it would be a cool little place to visit. The area is very sketchy - my car was broken into ($435 back window repair) and there were needles on the ground. We saw birds including an eagle that flew right in front of us and it is stroller friendly....but those are the only pros. Definitely don’t plan on going back.

Excellent for a Sunday afternoon stroll and not too far from home. You're surrounded by water and the path runs parallel to PDX, so you get to see quite a few planes landing.

This was a very fun loop, lots of wildflowers and wildlife. Pay attention to the trail markers though, as we did get a little off course.

Light traffic even for a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Very green and lush, trailhead is easy to follow with slight rolling hills.

good loop. the first part is a road and highly trafficked. lots of runners and people with dogs. alder becomes a more narrow trail and moderate traffic. you can almost always hear road sounds throughout the loop. clearly marked and beautiful.

15 days ago

We took our daughter. she's five and did very well on this trail. My daughter is a big fan of wild flowers. which we seen plenty of Alon the path. We took the Wildwood trail most of the way but decided to take the Ridgeway trail rather then the full loop. which was also nice. some places can be steep. nothing to difficult thought.

the fire trail is super overgrown. Do not take in spring/summer/fall

I would also rate it moderate . I like this hike but way too many rude people that have dogs off leash .

Easy trail with very few upslope sections.

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