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Flight home got cancelled and was looking for something to do. Walked a 2 hr loop trail and checked out the redwoods. Definitely worth doing, this is a quintessential walk in the woods. If you like trees you will be in heaven. Trails are well...More
Take your choice of route through the Arboretum - 30 mins, to 2 hours and you can take several walks and enjoy the cool breeze in the glinting shade of the trees. The trees are marked so that you can remember their names - there...More
Love nature? Awesomeness awaits! Took a hike along the redwood trail and then checked out the rose gardens (in the summer) didn't go to Japanese gardens cause that part wasn't free. After some debate we decided to pony up, but by that time a long...More
We stumbled upon the arboretum after visiting the Japanese garden. I began to regret wearing dressier shoes and a dress as we adventured the Wildwood Trailhead but it was manageable and completely worth it. It looks us straight to Pittock Mansion. For a Saturday afternoon...More
If you are visiting Portland and want to hike this is your place. very dog-friendly. Numerous trails. A wide variety of trees. Very clean and Well maintained trails. Easy to access from the TriMet on the Red or Blue Line to Washington Park
Partial to redwoods and sequoia, sit for a few minutes on the "deck" to think your thoughts. It's quiet and spitting distance from downtown Portland and right next door to high end homes and real estate. The Hoyt Arboretum is far more than just redwoods....More
You can take a bus from the Zoo station up to the visitors center "Tree House". Service is infrequent in the winter for the number 63 so be sure to check a schedule or the wair can be nasty! I like the Conifer side of the... More
You can take a bus from the Zoo station up to the visitors center "Tree House". Service is infrequent in the winter for the number 63 so be sure to check a schedule or the wair can be nasty! I like the Conifer side of the arboretum in the winter because most of the Conifers are evergreen. This part of the arboretum is East of the Visitors Center. They have samples of conifers from China, India, Africa, S.America, Europe and the Pacific N. W. There are a good number of large native conifers on the flowering tree side, too (the side closer to the zoo). You'll see Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Hemlock. Both sides are pretty and the trails nice. We've had record rainfall in Dec., so expect some mud. No tickets are needed. If you drive you pay for parking.