by Paul Gerald, Board Member, Trailkeepers of Oregon
Distance: 3.4 or 5.8 miles – or less!
Elevation gain: 120 to 300 feet
A great way to welcome spring is to get yourself, and your kids if you have them, out for a short, easy walk, or just a day in the park. →
by John Sparks, Newsletter Editor, Trailkeepers of Oregon
Distance: 12.9 miles
Elevation gain: 505 feet
The National Park Service’s Fort to Sea Trail, accessible at all times of the year, follows a route that members of Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery might have taken in order to commute to the Pacific Ocean. →