Portland Forest Park urban hiking tour
Hike through Portland's Forest Park and enter another world on the edges of the city. Visit the Witch's House, Pittock Mansion grounds and more.
What you get
- Hike through Forest Park and enter another world on the edges of the city
- Visit the Witch's House, the Pittock Mansion grounds, the Japanese Garden and more
- Choose between 2 different hiking routes according to your interests
From$51.00 / person
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2772 Northwest Thurman Street, Northwest Portland, OR, 97210, United States
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Prices from $51.00 / person
If you're wondering, 'what one thing should I not miss in Portland?', the answer definitely is a hike in Forest Park!
No matter the season, hiking in the park is entering another world that exists both in and out of time right on the borders of the city. You can choose between two different hiking routes according to your interests:
Forest Park experience
This hike focuses on a classic Northwest Portland experience and ends at the International Rose Test Garden.
Goose Hollow to the Forest
The hike starts in the neighborhood of Goose Hollow near downtown Portland, then, weaves through the neighborhoods and up into the park.
Both tours pass the same iconic spots, such as Japanese Garden, Pittock Mansion, and Witch's House, but take a different approach to the forest.
Location on map
Forest Park experience meets at the Clearing Cafe, on 2772 Northwest Thurman Street and 28th Avenue. Goose Hollow to the Forest meets at the German coffee shop (Fehrenbacher Hof) in Goose Hollow, on Southwest 19th Avenue 1225.
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This tour is not wheelchair accessible
You can choose between two routes Forest Park experience and Goose Hollow to the Forest. You will choose the tour of your preference at check-out
Both routes starting points are accessible by transit, as are the ending points; this tour starts and ends in different locations
Adequate hiking shoes are recommended. July and August are subject to rainfall and muddy trail conditions. Wear layers, as mornings are much cooler than afternoons
It is recommended to bring your own water bottle, although your guide will always have extra water along the way
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