Get out there!

    Rainy days are not just for sitting in the house and playing board games, there is a whole world of wet wonderland we live in, here at the PNW!

    Hiking is readily available for the avid liquid sunshine junkie, there are over 70 hikes within the small 140 square miles of Portland.

    Check out all of them here:

    No matter what you’re looking for in a hike, Portland trails have it ready for you; My most recent trail I walked is the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge of 99W in Sherwood/Tualatin. It has an easy to find parking, trail head and ranger station with good look out points and multiple monocular set up for wild life hides from inside. The trail is well marked with access for strollers and wheelchairs, and a great deck at the end of the trail with seats and a place to relax.

    If you’re looking for more of a challenge, the Council Crest hike to the top of Council Crest is sure to raise the heartbeat at the end. With mostly covered trail, be ready to traverse, duck, and climb up some fun and challenging trail. With small breaks at street crossings, there is opportunity to soak in the views and catch your breath!

    Looking for a hiking partner? Call Ethan at 503-218-3838

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