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Riding the Waterfront Bike Path to Kelley Point Park

Where the Willamette & Columbia Rivers converge!

Yesterday was a delightful 82 degree here in the Rose City.   A perfect day to enjoy a ride on the wild side of the Peninsula along a series of trails, low traffic streets, and bike lanes combining three  Portland by Cycle ridesWaterfront Loop trail #8, North Portland Trail # 2  and the Sauvie Island Ride #5 destination  Kelley Point Park.  Click on each ride and a printable map and directions will appear.

We started our ride on one of Portland’s premier trails, The Waterfront Loop #8,  which offers one view after another of the Willamette River and the surrounding greenspaces.  Mostly on macadam paths, with just a few short sections on streets, this is a delightful and relaxing ride.  Just one block from the Fulton House Bed & Breakfast, you can link up with this loop to begin your biking trek.

St. Johns Bridge Portland Oregon

Next Heading north along the Willamette River,  we link up with the Portland by cycle Ride #5 at Naito Parkway and proceed to Wallace Park on NW 25th & Raleigh.  After a few turns right, left, right and left again, we approach the St. Helens Road bike lane and follow highway 30 towards the St. Johns Bridge/Sauvie Island.

Once across the St. Johns Bridge,  link up with the North Portland Trails # 2 and follow the directions to Kelley Point Park.  At  Kelley Point Park, you will see the impressive confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.

All in all, a fantastic day biking and enjoying the scenery!  And over +25 miles of biking!

Happy biking!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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