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Portland

Oregon

City description

Portland’s Downtown Cultural District is within easy walking distance to theaters, museums and parks that host festivals and farmers markets. The city’s first parks are the South Park Blocks, forming a green corridor through the city’s cultural heart. They’re framed by the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon Historical Center, Portland’s Center for the Arts and Portland State University. Waterfront Park also features long green lawns, riverside paths, and refreshing fountains, while red-brick lined Pioneer Courthouse Square is a hub of civic fun with some 300 events each year.

Walking route

This is a 8694 steps walking route in Portland featuring South Park Blocks. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 105 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.35 miles
  • Time 1 h 44 min
  • Steps 8694
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 20 ft
  • Peak 187 ft
  • Climb 259 ft
  • Descent 259 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Salmon Street Springs
  • Waterfront Park Trail
  • Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Shemanski Park
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Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division
Multnomah County Health Department
Portland Parks and Recreation, Fitness and Personal Training
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City description

Portland’s Downtown Cultural District is within easy walking distance to theaters, museums and parks that host festivals and farmers markets. The city’s first parks are the South Park Blocks, forming a green corridor through the city’s cultural heart. They’re framed by the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon Historical Center, Portland’s Center for the Arts and Portland State University. Waterfront Park also features long green lawns, riverside paths, and refreshing fountains, while red-brick lined Pioneer Courthouse Square is a hub of civic fun with some 300 events each year.

Walking route

This is a 12234 steps walking route in Portland featuring Trolley Trail. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 148 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 6.12 miles
  • Time 2 h 27 min
  • Steps 12234
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 23 ft
  • Peak 194 ft
  • Climb 528 ft
  • Descent 528 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Risely Park
  • Elk Rock Park
  • Trolley Trail
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Interested in learning more about how to walk Portland? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest
Other routes
Local resouces
Clubs & meetups
Portland Parks and Recreation
Oregon Parks and Recreation
Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division
Multnomah County Health Department
Portland Parks and Recreation, Fitness and Personal Training
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City description

Portland’s Downtown Cultural District is within easy walking distance to theaters, museums and parks that host festivals and farmers markets. The city’s first parks are the South Park Blocks, forming a green corridor through the city’s cultural heart. They’re framed by the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon Historical Center, Portland’s Center for the Arts and Portland State University. Waterfront Park also features long green lawns, riverside paths, and refreshing fountains, while red-brick lined Pioneer Courthouse Square is a hub of civic fun with some 300 events each year.

Walking route

This is a 9940 steps walking route in Portland featuring Washington Park. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 120 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.97 miles
  • Time 1 h 59 min
  • Steps 9940
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 289 ft
  • Peak 837 ft
  • Climb 892 ft
  • Descent 892 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial
  • Redwood Observation Deck
  • Washington Park Amphitheater
Views on the route
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Interested in learning more about how to walk Portland? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest
Other routes
Local resouces
Clubs & meetups
Portland Parks and Recreation
Oregon Parks and Recreation
Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division
Multnomah County Health Department
Portland Parks and Recreation, Fitness and Personal Training
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