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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wild flowers


mountain biking

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partially paved

wheelchair friendly


no dogs

city walk

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horseback riding


Portland, Oregon Map
15 hours ago

So these trails are definitely gorgeous- the rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias are blooming and it was a beautiful day. My real complaint was just that as a visitor the map they gave me and the trail markings were very confusing. If you have plenty of time to amble, it’s awesome. I did 4.5 miles.

15 hours ago

16 hours ago

Great hike hell of a workout but definitely not for children. Wouldn’t do it unless you have experienced +3 mile hikes before. Bring lots of water and a snack!

My first time here was great. Nice trails and was not busy at all! Guessing because I was there on a Tuesday at 10am. The park ranger was the only downside. She was on her cell taking a personal call. Patiently waited for her to hang up once she did I asked her where the trail head was for a certain route she pointed to a sign and said “there’s a map over there” and then walked away like it was a bother.

Loved it! But I wouldn't say it was "easy" it was a good hike though, definitely will do this again and bring some friends.

There where some steep hills but it was 95% paved but I was able to maneuver my stroller just fine on the unpaved areas. My biggest complaints were no toilet paper in the bathroom and the trails are very thin and bike riders were going so fast that they almost ran over my 5 year old... overall it was a good walk with the kids and they enjoyed it.. the kids found lots of bugs and even a bunnie!!

4 days ago

5 days ago

Hike completed a few weeks ago with my 7 year old. It was a little scary at times due to him walking like a drunk sailor. Significant risk for falling down into the ravine. It was overall a beautiful and peaceful setting.

Nothing too hard, few bumps and muddy after a rain. Just have to watch for hikers if you are biking. Nice forest ride, if it's a hot day you can expect it nice and cool under the trees

Really good for beginners! Cool Mountain View area as well.

6 days ago

Nice trail. Clearly marked and well maintained. Went on a Thursday morning and only saw a handful of people. A little muddy in spots but not bad.

Tryon Creek is a beautiful park! Was a little muddy when I went but it had just rained so I was prepared for that. Saw tons of cute little snails, birds and squirrels. There were tons of different trails so kind of east to get lost but if you have a map you should be fine. Overall great hike! :)

This is an awesome hike. The trees keep you dry when it’s raining out. The trail was a little wet but not bad.

Awesome view at the top!! Popular place in summer.. carpool for sure!

Awesome view at the top! Love that the trail is heavily shaded in summer.

8 days ago

I completed the Lower Macleay trail then continued on with this trail. Wasnt able to finish, definitely more moderate level for me than easy like Macleay was. However, was made significantly harder by the weather conditions, very rainy making it very muddy and slippery, to the point that I fell right before the parking section about half way through the trail. Without those conditions, I would've been able finish it, but still beautiful trail moderately challenging overall. Not as accessible as Macleay, would not suggest for anyone with any sort of needed mobility devices or canes/sticks. Lot more rocky, elevation changes, and smaller width trails.

For an experienced, not recently active, hiker like myself, this trail was very easy and mellow. Took the time to take pictures and subtracting that it was about 20 minutes start to end. Not accessible by wheelchair or other mobile device BUT potentially accessible for cane or walking stick users except those who dont do well with some elevation, rocks, and mud. Good starting trail to see how this app rated trails but definitely will go for hard level to have some challenge. A good overall 3.5/5 for me.

6.4 miles, 2 hours 19 minutes, great in the Spring, hiked this 5/12/19. PROS: a very beautiful section of Forest Park that is a bit more remote than other sections. Really pretty in the spring. CONS: quite a few people as it intersects with multiple trails.

over grown
9 days ago

Great loop from Skyline Tavern. 4 miles RT THANKS SkylineTav for hosting!

Super cute little walk! Saw a deer and some baby ducks! The only downside is that it’s a pretty busy area so lots of activity!

11 days ago

This is a nice short flat loop with lots of birds.

dog friendly. rocky. no rails on some drop offs. confusing with no signs

What an absolutely beautiful place! Partially shaded and no significant hills

road biking
no shade
11 days ago

Fun trail and great if you're looking for something a little low key but not too easy.

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