Oregon

Run the Fanno Creek trail

4 Miles Total - Out-and-Back Trail

Originally added by Matt Boetcher

A great paved trail to walk/run/bike and take in a sunny day! Get in a workout close to lots of Beaverton's attractions!

The parking lot marked is at the North end of the Fanno Creek trail, you can get on the paved path here and put on just about as many miles as you want! With the help of google maps on your phone you can follow trail hop all the way down to Tualatin! But if you're looking for a shorter workout you can plan some pretty nice 2-6 mile out-and-back routes along the river. There are a few side trails along the way that let you mix it up and take you right along the river. 

There are many parks to stop at, the entire trail is great for kids. And there is a cool 'adult playground' designed to let you get in some body weight exercises as well. Stop and challenge yourself to a couple sets of pull ups, or see if your arms handle the monkey bars as well as they did as a kid! 

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