Imagine a 10-mile trail …
from the east end of the Steel Bridge to the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. The npGREENWAY is a growing trail system linking North Portland neighborhoods with the Willamette River for recreation and access to jobs.
This is a long-term project with many components supported by volunteers, sponsors, neighborhood organizations, local government and private business.
The entire North Portland Greenway trail is divided into 5 segments, each with it’s own challenges. Here is a table of the segments: npGreenwayTrailSegments
Your donations will help npGreenway volunteers advocate for the completion of the North Portland Greenway Trail.
Bridge Over Columbia Boulevard Update
Join us online to learn more about an important new section of the North Portland Greenway. This new bike and pedestrian bridge over Columbia Boulevard will link Chimney Park to St. Johns Prairie and connect our community to more opportunities to bike, walk or roll safely.
Willamette Cove Trail Alignment (1/28/2011)
The Willamette Cove property has been owned and managed by Metro since 1996, when Metro
purchased it using funds from the 1995 Metro Open Spaces Bond Measure 26-26.
This pdf shows the multi-use trail alignment through the natural area is shown on the City’s comprehensive plan and is part of the regional trail plan adopted by Metro.
Flashback to 2010 on the npGREENWAY Trail Ride Video
Join Scott Mizee, Jason Starman, two-dozen Pedalpalooza riders and filmmaker Dan Kaufman as they tour the existing and aspirational sections of the North Portland Greenway Trail.
Date of original post: November 10, 2010.