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Wildwood Trail

Portland, OR

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Wildwood Trail is a 6 mile loop trail located near Portland, Oregon that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful views easy-moderate, kid-friendly. Gravel trails, best with baby in carrying pack rather than stroller. Picnic tables, benches, some spots of shade throughout, bathrooms, drinking fountain, playground by nature center at trail head.

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

Beautifully maintained. Wildflowers all around and a beautiful view off of Cooper mountain offer a relaxing and peaceful walk/run just outside of Beaverton.

I looped around all of the trails and a few twice to make a 5.05 mile walk.

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Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Found this park after work one day: it was lovely green tall grass pulling in so want sure where I was headed. Busy parking lot, there were kids all around likely on field trips. I parked and went to read the maps and notices. lots of kid friendly activities set up for the summer.
I did not take a paper map, and found the paths quite busy... most went clock wise; so, I went counter clockwise. lots of runners, a bicyclist, and many walkers exercising who crossed paths with me several times lol.
The forested park is lovely and refreshing, clear paths as I walked both asphalt and dirt. The asphslt is wheelchair able.

I got a bit lost going round, but most cross-sections had signage. Easy elevations for anyone.
I saunter, so worked to stay to one side for the runners, cyclists, and exercisers. The only ones slower than me were the little groups of kids. :)
I will gladly go back when less busy with kids functions to explore the other trails.

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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12 Completed 5 Reviews

Perfect for the after work exercise.

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Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Quick & easy walk. No dogs allowed, sorry. Also watch for poison oak all along the trail--stay on the path.

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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8 Completed 9 Reviews

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
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96 Completed 56 Reviews

THPRD outdid themselves with this park! The trails are in great condition and the facilities are well maintained. There are lavatories and a drinking fountain located near the main building and children's play area. In addition, the park is full of informational signs regarding the land and species of animals that can be found on the premises. This park can provide a great place for family outings, social events (I saw a Cub Scout troop on a hike), or for paths to condition and exercise, all in our own backyard.

Furthermore, the trail offers decent views if western Washington County's agriculture and wineries. This little jewel of a park is only a couple minute's drive from the Murray neighborhood of South Beaverton.

The park's only vice is that it can be rather busy. During peek hours, the lot gets full, resulting in parking along the street.

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Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

This is a nice little reserve just outside of the city. An easy stroll, the main trails are paved. We've taken our children + nieces and nephews and they've all enjoyed themselves as there is some wildlife here.

A good place to go running without the buzz of the city. Dogs are *not* allowed, this is enforced. Bummer!

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park
by Tracy-Keri Sprenger

109 Completed 45 Reviews

This trail is amazing! There are dozens and dozens of wildflower species here, including the rare pale larkspur. The trail, while somewhat steep at times, is quite easy. There are great views of the surrounding hills, etc. We saw moths, butterflies, fence lizards, chipmunks, squirrels and other creatures. This may be our new favorite trail. The only downside? It's mostly exposed, so go early and wear a hat and sunblock, as it can get pretty hot out there. We paired this with nearby Tualatin Hills Nature Park for a seven-mile hike that was quite enjoyable.

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Tualatin Hills Nature Park Loop Trail
by Tracy-Keri Sprenger

109 Completed 45 Reviews

Great trail system right in town. We did the perimeter trail, which is about 4 miles. Lots of photography opportunities, and paired with the nearby Cooper Mountain trail, it makes for a nice seven mile stroll on a beautiful Saturday in July. The Ponderosa Pine Loop and Cougar trail are musts! Go early, as the parking lot was full when we were leaving.

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