This guide describes forty-one of the best hikes within an hour’s drive of the Portland metropolitan area. From easy nature walks to strenuous day hikes, this guide offers something for every hiker—and all within easy reach of Greater Portland. Inside you’ll find full-color photos and maps; information on approximate hiking time, canine compatibility, fees and permits required; and sidebars on local lore, points of interest, and area wildlife.
About the Author:
Fred Barstad is an avid outdoorsperson, writer, and Oregon hiker. This is the tenth FalconGuides title Fred has written, all of them covering areas in Oregon, Washington and west central Idaho.
- Coastal and Coast Range
- Willamette Valley
- Washington’s Southern Cascades–Mount St. Helens
- Columbia River Gorge
- Mount Hood–Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness
- Each featured hike includes a route description; at-a-glance data including distance and difficulty level; thorough directions to the trailhead; directional cues; and a detailed, accurate trail map
|Date Published||April 1st, 2009
|Dimensions||8.9 x 6 x 0.6 inches