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Fun in and out hike. We added a little loop from Nature Trail to Chestnut Trail and back to Wildwood. Added about 0.7 miles and some more elevation. Recommend it.

Holman Lane is MUDDY AF

The trail starts alongside the creek, which is beautiful albeit crowded with hikers. The crowds thin/space out a bit as you make your way up. The views of Mt Hood from Pittock Mansion are gorgeous and a nice mid-point treat. I would love if this trail was a loop, but we returned the way we came and looked in all it was a nice day out!

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muddy
4 days ago

This was a great trail! We brought two dogs which was kinda hard when the trail itself is narrow, so we ended up standing on the edge a lot for runners passing by. But we also went on a Sunday so there was more people then usual.

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muddy
4 days ago

I went in January on a dry day. It’s been wet all week and this trail was in good shape. Some slightly muddy areas and I did need to watch my steps. Probably wouldn’t run it this time of year but really In Great shape for January. I plan on going back to hit the connecting trails.

Very muddy in parts but I was still able to run it...which was not an easy feat. I’d like to do it again when the trail is in a better condition so I think that makes this a good review. Also, note that during the view of the bridge from Forest Park is clear no matter what season it is.

My boyfriend and I hiked just under 4 miles out & back on a nice winter day. Although it was muddy, we enjoyed our first hike of 2020! There’s a creek along the trail which you can hear and see as you hike. Many foot bridges along the way too. Although this section of trail doesn’t offer vista views, it does offer beautiful views of mossy trees set within the forest. A lovely, moderate, hike.

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muddy
5 days ago

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muddy
5 days ago

We didn't even hike it, after 20 minutes of going forward and backing up on the 1 car width road playing chicken with the other cars, we fled from sheer anxiety. This is a hiker caused issue, the public should accept a general 5 car parking rule so there's room to get around. I don't even think half the people we were playing musical cars with were staying, just trying to get away.

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over grown
5 days ago

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muddy
5 days ago

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muddy
5 days ago

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muddy
5 days ago

Lovely morning walk, although did the shorter walk.

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muddy
5 days ago

Great hike. Muddy in spots and windy at the top but otherwise a fun day hiking around. Lots of people and dogs.

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muddy
5 days ago

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off trail
5 days ago

Pretty, just a little muddy, and some coverage from the rain. High traffic with runners, hikers, families, dogs, and backpackers. You have to cross a busy road at one point, but otherwise you feel like you’ve gotten out of the city. Nice 5 miler close in.

I like the wildwood trail but this specific route doesn't have any views besides forest or payoff at the end. Not horrible if you just want to walk outside in pretty forest for a little though

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muddy
6 days ago

Great moderate hike with the family. More like 6.7 miles but lots of fun. Ending is uphill and tough but totally worth it.

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