Ride the inner ring around downtown Portland on this easygoing cruise from Sellwood in SW Portland to Tom McCall Waterfront Park in NW Portland, and see all the best sights along the Willamette River.
Talk a walk through historic Forest Grove, passing by schools, parks, farms, a farmers market and downtown’s shops and dining. Along the way are views of Cascade and Coast Range peaks, valley bottomland, beautiful homes and heritage trees.
There's so much to see and do along the Springwater Corridor. Check out these great ideas for an afternoon Recess on the trail!
Stop to quite literally enjoy the fruits of summer in the Pacific Northwest. The Intertwine and delicious berries are all around you!
Take a page from Where to Bike - Portland, and cruise the Springwater Corridor from downtown to Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden in SE Portland.
Explore the Intertwine with the finest Portland has to offer: Bikes, Banh Mi, Buttes, Bioswales, and Beer! This leisurely Intertwine Adventure, roughly 9 miles in length, offers a tour of Portland’s local volcanic landscape, our innovative infrastructure for bicycles and stormwater, and a selection of some of Portland’s quirky local businesses.
Go on a once-a-year adventure to bike legally and safely on I-5 and I-405, to cross the Willamette River on the Marquam and Fremont freeway bridges, and to enjoy the other 8 Portland bridges without worrying about cars.
Surrounding the confluence of two streams, Cedar Mill Creek and Beaverton Creek, is the Tualatin Hills Nature Park, a remarkably diverse 222-acre wildlife preserve with wetlands, forests, and streams that are habitat for all sorts of insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.