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Bells Mountain Trail

This primitive, four-foot wide shared-use trail serves hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.

It can be accessed from Moulton Falls Park at the Hantwick Road Trailhead. Moulton Falls Park is located just east of Lucia Falls Park on the East Fork of the Lewis River. * The trail can also be accessed from Cold Creek Day Use Area, which is operated by the Department of Natural Resources.

Barrows Trail

Barrows Trail follows the old Barrows Road alignment for approximately half a mile along the top of the stream bank of Barrows Creek in south Beaverton. The east end of the trail then joins the soon to be completed, Westside Linear Park, a trail system that crosses all of Beaverton from south to north. Barrows Trail offers great walking opportunities, from a short, leisurely stroll for half a mile to a more strenuous walk of several miles along the Westside Trail.


40-Mile Loop

The 40-Mile Loop was originally proposed in 1904 by the Olmsted Brothers who were brought to Portland from Boston to propose a park system as part of the planning for the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition and World's Fair. The connected system was to be a 40-Mile Loop encircling the city. The name, 40-Mile Loop stuck, even as the planned loop trail has lengthened to more than 140 miles to include all of Multnomah County and to connect more than 30 parks. Now, a century later the 40-Mile Loop is nearly complete.


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