Outras Opções em Parques & Natureza em Portland


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This is the closest you'll get to an authentic Japanese Garden outside of Japan. Includes five garden areas - Flat Garden, Strolling Pond Garden, Tea Garden, Natural Garden, and the Sand and Stone ... ler mais

Portland Japanese Garden ranks 2nd in the nation for the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan. It is 5.5 acres and has five distinct garden styles which include: strolling pond, the flat... ler mais

Just up the hill from the Rose Garden, Portland’s 5.5-acre Japanese Garden is composed of five distinct garden styles. Influenced by Shinto, Buddhist, and Taoist philosophies, there is always “some... ler mais

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At Hoyt Arboretum, every tree has a story to tell. Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species and educate the community, Hoyt Arboretum encompasses 189 ridge-top acres, accessible by 12 miles o... ler mais

Hoyt Arboretum encompasses 189 ridge-top acres, accessible by 12 miles of hiking trails. A place of beauty and serenity in all seasons, Hoyt Arboretum is easily accessible from anywhere in the Port... ler mais

An enormous collection of trees from around the world in our very own backyard. If you're a tree lover... Grab a map of the trails at the visitor center and pick your route based on your favorite t... ler mais

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Running/Walking/Biking around the Waterfront, and along Springwater Corridor - any of the bike rental shops can tell you where to catch the many bike lanes that cross the town

Beautiful bike path to get to Sellwood & connect with Eastbank Esplanade or downtown.

Super fun bike path: Rails to Trails, an old railroad track complete with trestles and bridges.

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Located about 15 minutes from downtown Portland, it is the only state park within a metropolitan area. With 8 miles of hiking trails, 3 mile paved bike trail, & a paved all abilities trail there re... ler mais

645 acre watershed. Hiking & running trails, paved bicycle path & horse trails. Wheelchair-friendly loop. Famous for birds, salmon & trout, beavers, trilliums & 90 species of wildflowers.

The only state Park in PDX city limits-fourteen miles of trails through forested slopes. Beavers, owls, bats, many bird species and wildflowers are in this peaceful area which runs along The burbl... ler mais

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An easily accessible trail that offers a wooded path and parallels the creek and multiple waterfalls. A great trail even regardless of your experience level, some steep areas and loose rocks.

Nothing captures the essence of the gorge better than the historical Eagle Creek Trail, with several large waterfalls, many small falls, a great variety of wildflowers, and a wilderness area to exp... ler mais

Very easy hiking trail (easy ascent going in) that features incredible stream valley, incredible water falls & cliffs, and is part of the internationally famous Pacific Crest Trail (so you'll often... ler mais

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Beautiful park with tall trees, tennis courts, indoor Olympic size pool.

Its only 5 mins away on Chautauqua. Tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, and the coolest grove of Doug Firs in NoPo. A short walk across Lombard and through the Columbia Annex gets you to the Bluff... ler mais

A wonderfully antique park, take a walk over here and see trees more than 100 years old. Large walking trail and indoor pool!

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Take this hike for some exercise on a lovely shaded trail with intermittent views and a sweeping view up and down the Columbia River from the top, well worth the vertical walk.

Great view of Columbia Gorge on a fairly easy five-mile hike to viewpoint.

One of our favorite hikes in the Gorge for views! About 4.8 miles round trip

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Take the lower macleay trail to Pittock Mansion. This is a moderate 5 mile out and back (with a small loop) trail with about 900 feet in elevation gain. Hike through lush forest up to a Victorian-... ler mais

A trail in the city that is so wooded and surprisingly beautiful all season round. If you take this trail to the top and cross to the wildwood trail you can reach the pittock mansion for a great vi... ler mais

Fairly easy hike right adjacent to NW Portland. Have a hike and stop at a nearby restaurant for lunch. Or if you are looking for a bit more, continue up the upper trail to Pittock Mansion.

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The Angel’s Rest hike is a short trek that leads to an incredible view of the Columbia River Gorge. This is our go to trail for out of town guests.

There are all kinds of hiking trails along this highway and I can't pick one that is best..they are all great and most have waterfalls. You don't have to go to multnomah falls....

I really enjoyed this hike. Spectacular views. It gets somewhat windy at the top.

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Rocky Butte is an extinct volcanic cinder cone butte in Portland, one of four, along with Kelly Butte, Powell Butte, and Mount Tabor. Rocky Butte is a popular location for rock climbers in the Port... ler mais

From the bottom of our driveway access miles of trails by foot, bike or horse, through old growth forests, hilltop pastures, orchards and 360 degree views of the Sierras, Mt Hood, Mt St Helens and ... ler mais

The best 360 degree view of the city from the top of an extinct volcano. The stonework and aircraft beacon have earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Drive to the lookout by... ler mais

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Gorgeous, serene area teeming with wildlife. Best explored by a non-motorized boat, but you can stroll the paths, too. Largest urban wetlands refuge in the US.

Awesome place for a Stand Up Paddle (SUP), or canoeing adventure. No motors allowed on these 2 lakes. Some walking paths nestled in there.

Birds, mushrooms, public art installations, trails in this wetland oasis.

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The lake itself is of volcanic origin and is considered to be a miniature version of Crater Lake in Oregon. The spring-fed lake is stocked with trout and is a favorite of anglers.

History of the Battle of Tippecanoe Native American Settlement Early man and many Indian tribes roamed this part of the Wabash Valley before the thriving trading post of Keth-tip-pe-can-nunk was ... ler mais

Just a few miles from our home. You can hike around the lake for a one mile easy hike or three miles with hills. Neither hike is too difficult.

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The 30-mile Wildwood Trail in Forest Park is part of the region’s 40-Mile Loop system that links Forest Park to pedestrian and trail routes along the Columbia River to Gresham.

For hiking nearby, my home is located about 3/4 mile from the Hoyt Arboretum, with 12 miles of trails open year round. This includes a section of Portland's famous Wildwood Trail, which connects th... ler mais

This trail wanders North-South along the western edge of the neighborhood, in Forest Park (the largest urban park in the nation!).

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Great way to see the river, walking is on paved bike trail. Elephants Deli is nearby which has a large selection of items for lunch and dinner.

Car free adventure and sights along a beautiful river for miles.

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Historic Willamette falls powered two mills for over 100 years, and was the economy for Clackamas County. The ruins can be seen today, along with a still operational power plant that was the site ... ler mais

The Native Americans have been fishing here for centuries. You can view them, rent a kayak at Energy kayaking, boat or other river craft. There are boat tours.(See brochures I have on hand)

Second-largest-by-volume waterfall in the US (after Niagara), also cool view of defunct Blue Heron paper mill (used in a view Grimm shoots).

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On the far west edge of Vancouver, this scenic and peaceful lake is perfect for a picnic or walk.

Nice trails for walk jog or bike. The lake is quite lovely. Pretty peaceful and quiet.

This is a nice park with lots of trails.

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Converted Rails to (running and bike) Trails, starts in downtown, goes by OMSI and extends all the way out to Boring, Oregon (for real!)

Gresham’s stretch of the Springwater Trail is a special, natural place where nature and the city meet on a pathway of green.

Great Bike trail only a few blocks away that heads downtown and many miles in all directions. Great for running, biking or nice walks along the river.

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The Refuge landscape provides santuary throughout the seasons for waterfowl, shorebirds, raptors, river otter, black-tailed deer, coyotes, herons, and numerous other species of wildlife

Within close proximity, this is a nice, leisure drive (or hike) around the wildlife refuge. Especially good for bird lovers--many species of birds to view.

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Berry picking galore! Call ahead and see what's available!

A great place to pick your own .....and just 10 miles from home!

Organic farms, self pick berry patches, fall themed activities when the season hits, and a secluded nudie beach that's lots of fun for the daring.

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Awesome trail! If you enjoy running, walking or biking this is where you want to go. It's about 8-10 minutes away (by car).

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With over twenty miles of bike/hike trails right on the river, tubing and floating and kayaking in summer, be sure to visit our beloved river.

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This beautiful hike is a 7.5 mile drive from here to the trail head. You can see 5 mountains from Silver Star.

If you have 4WD, take a day and go up to Silver Star peak. It's a bit of a drive and trek, but the 2.5 mile hike up is not bad, even for kids. The view is stunning along the whole way so if you d... ler mais

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Closest hike to view the Columbia Gorge.

Nearby hike with great views, 7 mi loop. Well marked and good parking, no fees.

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Excellent trails for walking and running. Several trail heads approximately four blocks from home.

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You have never seen an urban forest like this before! Miles of trails over 5100 acres with access right outside of downtown Portland!

This Forest Park hike begins right in the center of one of Portland's most popular urban neighborhoods (NW 21st & 23rd) and features waterfalls, old growth trees, a beautiful stream, and the Audub... ler mais

One of the entrances to Forest Park from right within the city near NW 30th and NW Thurman St.

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Great place to start tubing/rafting/floating down the Clackamas River anywhere from 2 hours to 7-8 hours.

HUGE park, great for horse riding, rafting, hikes, disc golf, picnics, etc. Only 8 miles up the road from us.

Close. Nature. Clackamas River.

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Nice falls and the closest to Portland

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Very nice wood-chip covered running trail around Nike World Headquarters.

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Easy family friendly hike with waterfalls, lakes, creeks. Close by.

Close to Lacamas Heritage Trail, Round Lake offers some wonderful walking trails and lots of great Northwest scenery.

Great hiking trail, from short and easy one-mile hike to a more difficult three-mile hike. Lakes, Rivers, Falls -- bring a camera-