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Short easy trail for a walk along the Deschutes River. Recommend early morning or evening. Can get hot, very little shade.

go early or late evening, can get warm
very little shade.

good workout in the heat.

road biking
5 days ago

Really appreciate this path on my commute to work.

Beautiful view and nice and cool on a hot day. Lots of shade. I think this trail would be more fun on a bike!

My three kids and I love this ride. Especially the bridge. It’s easy for my youngest who is just off training wheels. Amazing views and an easy ride.

I walk/hike this quite often. I prefer the Boring Trail Head to Gresham area. Once you get past Gresham, heading towards Portland, there is a severe homeless problem that needs to be addressed. Be prepared to dodge bikers, as it's a very popular route. If you want a less traveled trail, you can get on the Cazadero Trail heading south from Boring. It's about 6 miles round trip. More secluded as you travel farther in the Deep Creek canyon area.

Loved it! Steep and scary going up and down. And bugs by the river.

Fun place to walk out to. We went from the state park, NOT the directions here - as these literally have you parking in front of a nice house in a neighborhood ! Don’t recommend that as it’s in a resort. Go to the state park off the main highway. Park- and walk back up towards where you came in. Trailhead is on the left as you walk back to highway. Go under bridge and easy to find .

trail running
9 days ago

Exactly as advertised. This trail is a nice, short distance with beautiful views. Definitely a must at sunset!

Paved paths, it’s nice. Can take long walks or short ones. It’s nice

Easy for a everyday walk

Loved this hike even on a hot 94 degree day. Views of rugged mountains, blue sky and river in almost every direction. Took us a little over 2 hours while stopping to take multiple pictures. Most people were taking time to enjoy and finishing in 2.5 to 3 hours. We were very glad we had our trekking poles on the steep, scree covered parts of the trail.

Nothing Moderate about the first 3/4 mile, but once you get to the top the views are quite spectacular. Well worth the effort.

Nice city trail walk. Westside of the trail near Sellwood bridge is blocked in places due to construction.

It was a good little hike for my first solo with both dogs. It was moderately trafficked, especially at "intersections" of the Wildwood trail. Lots of wildflowers & berries & butterflies. Elevation could be considered moderately difficult, but not an issue for experienced hikers. Over all a very pleasant day hike.

Great park clean and beautifully maintained

Great trail and hike. Saw a snake on the river trail. Not sure what kind. Take your time climbing up and down because of loose stones. Awesome views and sights of rock climbers. Last hike up the chute is stairmaster level 20

Too close to the road.

Started at the South end and hiked to the summit and back. I was not impressed with this trail. From the south end the trail we hiked through the forest without any views. Just looked at ferns, moss, and cedars. The view at the top was pretty cool. There is a spot you can scramble up and have great views. Over all I wouldn't do this trail again. It was approx 1.5 miles from South end to summit.

Great running path. Looks like it can go up to 20 miles based on some signage.

road biking
21 days ago

Great park! Took my small kids (6 and 4) to ride the bike trail, which is about 8 miles round trip. There is a small section between the trail and the country store that is a little sketchy with small kids, because you are riding down a steep hill on a busy road. It is too bad the guard rail does not extend throughout this entire section. Otherwise this route is safe and great for kids.

Nice trail. Mostly shaded for the majority of the trail. We had our mountain bikes and pulled our son on a trailer, it was quite a bit of work but felt good after finishing!

Beautiful nature walk

Lovely panoramic view. not too strenuous.

awesome trail. great to go with your dog. big open meadows, lots of side trails to the water. we went during a week day morning, it wasn't busy. the views of the Columbia River are fantastic. great spots for picnics.

24 days ago

Well maintained park with lots or trails, both paved and not. I took the trail along the river that goes into Eola Bend park.

This is a city park, the views are not the same as those at our more remote locations and coastal hikes, but for a quick outing, this place is great.

26 days ago

Super familiar park for me. It's not a place to get solitude, but it is a great place to hang out or get exercise. The trails are varied, and some are less populated. There's often some kind of event going on, and there are many areas for kids to enjoy as well as adults. Though I've probably hiked every trail over the years, now that I have a GPS, I guess I'll do it all again while painting cyan lines on the map.

road biking
26 days ago

I bike commute this trail often. While the trail is nice, and the open meadows are beautiful, you will also pass between the Mill Race "creek" and some factories that aren't the most pleasant

I love this entire park

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