Hiking the Wapato Greenway Loop at Sauvie Island is a great experience. It's an easy, dog-friendly hike with a covered area for picnicking and a 2.2-mile rountrip loop trail that's perfect for families. Enjoy the sounds of birds and frogs and bees as you stroll through one of the prettiest places in Oregon.
It's the perfect family-friendly trail and makes a great lunchtime hike that's just long enough to clear your mind and tackle the rest of the day. Hike the "Summit Trail" or the "Park Loop Trail," both of which will make you feel like you're miles away from the busy suburbs. We've detailed this close-to-home hike for you. Take a look!
Scouter's Mountain is the perfect lunchtime get-away-from-work location. Choose from beautiful forested trails to stretch your legs and get yourself out of your own head... or just enjoy the view of Mt. Hood while eating your lunch. Here's everything you need to know before heading up to Scouter's Mountain in Happy Valley.
What better way to take advantage of a rain-free day in the Pacific Northwest than to wander through beautiful downtown Vancouver, Fort Vancouver, and the Vancouver waterfront. This 3-mile loop will take you about 45 minutes with a moderate pace, and will help you face the rest of the workday feeling revived and happy. Take a look at this amazing lunchtime hike!
If you've never ventured to George Rogers Park in downtown Lake Oswego, you're missing out. This perfect lunchtime hike offers free parking, a sandy beach on the Willamette River and gravel trails that won't get your shoes too muddy before heading back to work. Here's a look at the couple of hours we spent at George Rogers Park during our lunch break.