Saturday, June 4, 2022

National Trails Day is an annual celebration of local trails and the people who use them, who care for them, who depend on them, and who love them. Each year, Portland Trails celebrates National Trails Day by inviting our community members to spend time on the trails that restore our well-being, our habits, and our communities.

 

By spending time on the trails, we can restore our physical and mental health.
By taking care of nature, we can restore the habitats of native plants and animals.
By walking, biking, or taking transit, we can restore the ways we move through the world.

 

In 2022, trail users joined us for our 10-mile Forest City Trail hike, a peaceful nature reflection next to Jewell Falls, and a volunteer project on the Stroudwater Trail. Thanks to all who joined us, and we look forward to celebrating National Trails Day with you again in 2023!
Hiking the Forest City Trail

Reflecting next to Jewell Falls

Volunteering on the trails

Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!

Volunteer Project Sponsor:

Community Sponsor:

To learn more about sponsoring this event, contact Lindsay Conrad at lindsay@trails.org.