We're sorry, but this activity is over. The last meeting was Monday, November 1, 2021.
Day hiking is an ideal way to increase fitness while enjoying the natural beauty and history of the city and nearby. Panoramic views of the city and Cascade Range, forested corridors, local rivers, native plants and birds all combine for surprising rewards. Metro Mover hikes are two hours long and hikers provide their own transportation to the trailhead. See receipt notes for hike description and directions.
There is no skill level assessment required to participate in this program, but you must be able to walk a 25-minute mile without shortness of breath. Sturdy footwear required.
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11/1/21 – Goose Hollow to Washington Park – Portland, OR – Difficult *Qualifier
Description: Walk on sidewalks with elevation gain to Washington Park with dirt trails. This hike features a visit to Forest Park’s Holocaust Memorial, fountains, statues and Portland’s own International Rose Test Garden in full bloom.
*This walk is designated as a qualifier for the Level 2 Hike for Health and Snowshoeing programs, which we hope to resume soon. Please notify your hike leader before the hike if you would like to qualify.
Prerequisite: There is no skill level assessment required to participate in this program, but you must be able to walk a 25-minute mile without shortness of breath. Sturdy footwear required. To receive a credit or refund upon withdrawal, call 503-823-4328 at least one week before the hike date.
7. Senior 60+