9 edition of Portland city walks found in the catalog.
Portland city walks
Laura O. Foster
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Laura O. Foster.|
|LC Classifications||F884.P83 F67 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008009644|
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A guidebook for both experienced and casual hikers, Hiking from Portland to the Coast explores the many trails and logging roads that crisscross the northern portion of Oregon’s Coast Range. While showcasing convenient “looped” routes, it also describes complete throughways connecting Portland to the coastal communities of Seaside and Tillamook. Winding among old neighborhoods, city parks, and even under freeways, Portland has more than sets of stairs. Some, like the grand Washington Park stairs or the steps up the side of Mount Tabor.
And Portland is a really great-looking city! Parts of it, anyhow. So this book is not strictly about getting from place to place; it’s more about seeing what’s right in front of you. I should also probably clarify that it’s not a hiking guide – these are city walks, through neighborhoods. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Laura O. Foster writes about Portland, Oregon and the towns around it. Portland city walks book her books, readers take long walks into urban neighborhoods: through streetcar districts and parks, up and down stairways, beyond dead-ends, along river beaches, atop volcanic peaks and anywhere that a /5(14).
From the inspired creator of the beloved Portland Hill Walks comes a rich collection of twenty eye-opening walks exploring the backstreets and back stories of the neighborhoods of Portland and five nearby towns.
Laura Foster's new walking routes are easy to follow, self-guided, and accessible by public transportation.4/5. Portland Hill Walks is no ordinary guidebook. No restaurant ratings, no rehashed explanations of how Portland city walks book city got its name.
Instead, in twenty meandering, view-studded strolls from forested canyons to cityscape peaks, this lively travelogue answers questions you may never have thought to ask, such as: What street used to be a row of floating homes?/5(13).
Portland City Walks lets readers peel back the layers of history as they walk the stories of a city's neighborhoods and experience its joys as never before. Review "In the 20 walks in her new book she skillfully combines neighborhood history and architectural description with keen observations guaranteed to capture a walker's imagination."4/5(1).
Portland was the second city in the US to organize pedestrian advocacy with the founding of the Willamette Pedestrian Coalition (now Oregon Walks) in Back to Table of Contents GET TO KNOW YOUR STREETS>.
If you'd like to walk more for fitness or just to see a new neighborhood these suggested routes will show you delightful parts of Portland. Most of these loops can be completed in one to two hours. Three Parks Walk (Northeast) Irvington Homes and Trees (Northeast) Hollywood to Rose City Golf Course (Northeast) Alameda Ridge and Stairs (Northeast).
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Browse staff picks, author features, and more. There is one book I recommend to people at least once a month. Over and over again, the best book for any one who loves Portland or wants to learn to love it, is Portland Hill Walks: Twenty Explorations in Parks and Neighborhoods by Laura O.
Foster. Simply, it’s. Situated at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers, North Portland’s Kelley Point Park offers both wooded and waterfront walks. After exploring the trails, you can enjoy lunch at one of the picnic tables or explore the river by canoe (this park conveniently has a canoe launch).
The revised edition of Portland Hill Walks is coming out March with five new walks, some of the long to 7 miles. All were revised and one walk was cut. The new book will have 24 walks. Portland Hill Walks Walk 9 Willamette Park to Terwilliger Loop The trail at point 7 on the map is closed due to construction on I Welcome to Portland book set Get four great books about the Rose City: Portland Stair Walks, Walking with Ramona, The Zinester's Guide to Portland, and This is Portland.
Less. Estimated delivery Nov Ships to Anywhere in the world. 23 backers Shipping destinationLocation: Portland, OR. Self-Guided Walking Tours to Explore Portland, Oregon Follow these 4 expert-designed self-guided walking tours to explore Portland, Oregon on foot at your own pace.
You can also create your own self-guided walk to visit the city attractions which interest you the most. Explore Portland's public stairways and discover new views and perspectives in our gorgeous city. With Portland Stair Walks as your guide, you'll have 18 urban adventures on foot (or even bike) with: staircases 22 hidden paths 26 bridges 2 tunnels 1 island 1 floating sidewalk 1 aerial tram and several beaches And you'll enjoy views of: 2 rivers 16 river bridges 4 volcanos 3 creeks many.
This Best of Portland award-winning walk clarifies why Portland is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live.
By the end of our walk, you'll want to move here too. You’ll hear about early and modern Portland as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, downtown trains & streetcars, fountains and /5(K).
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Portland Center Stage at The Armory. The city's largest theater company, Portland Center Stage puts on full musicals and productions on its main stage, along with stripped-down, avant-garde plays in its intimate basement studio — both inside The Armory, a historic building.
Metro, the regional government, has put together a wonderful book called, Walk There. This guide does a great job of highlighting fun walks, whether you’re into exploring historic homes in Laurelhurst, walking to the top of Mt. Tabor or from Portland Heights to the Oregon Zoo.
Put on some comfortable shoes and start walking — you’ll be. Buy a cheap copy of Portland City Walks: Twenty Explorations book by Laura O. Foster. From the inspired creator of the beloved Portland Hill Walks comes a rich collection of twenty eye-opening walks exploring the backstreets and back stories of the Free shipping over $Pages: We chose the spiraling rose for our logo to represent not only our hometown of Portland‚ the City of Roses, but also to signify the unfolding and blooming of health and joy that is possible through myofascial release.
We welcome all walks of life and all ages. Your journey is important to us, and finding joy and love in life is what we strive. An inventory of Portland outdoor public stairways with each stairway having or more stairs.
Most of these stairways are described in Laura O. Foster's book, "The Portland Stairs Book". Go to for more info and stair maps for other cities.
More than just a walking guide, Portland Hill Walks is a guide to living in Portland, and it seems like bringing this book along on walks will be like having one’s own personal tour guide.
Laura Foster is also the author of Portland City Walks: Twenty Explorations In and Around Town, The Portland Stairs Book, and Walk There!
50 treks in and.Our family visited Portland for the first time and wanted to become quickly acquainted with the city, so I contacted Secrets of Portlandia to see if I could book a private tour as soon as we got there.
The price was very reasonable for a two hour, private tour of the city.