Trail Work Schedule
Volunteer Trail Work Done SW Portland
1420-foot Trail in just 15 days!
Trail Surfacing Project A community effort
Safe Routes to School A plan of action
Bike/Walk route–Bertha to Oleson
(257kB)The snow storm of 2004 — pictures
|Get copies from:
the SWNI office in Multnomah Art Center
The old map was available from
5151 NW Cornell Rd
...and other distribution points as they acquire maps.
Mail orders accepted with
$1 shipping & handling fee:
There is a new SW
bike map to go on the back.
It's a topographic map!
and shows Portland's Heritage Trees
original map may still be found here and there.
is waterproof (the new one isn't).
Certain dead-end streets have trails at their ends (or somewhere before the end) that give pedestrians a route unavailable for vehicular traffic. These routes usually offer safer routes than the busy streets the pedestrian gets to bypass by taking them
A simple sign might be installed that calls attention to these safety routes. Such as...
June 30, 2004
Phil Hamilton is awarded 2004 SWTrails Volunteer Award
for his leadership, hard work and dedication to SWTrails.