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White Pine Trail

Intermediate

Trail

0.7 mile 1.2 kilometer point to point
88% Runnable
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 216' 66 m
Descent: -34' -10 m
High: 872' 266 m
Low: 677' 206 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 25% (14°)

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Trail shared by Karl W

A fun trail that's less crowded along the western edge of the Arboretum.

Karl W

Features River/Creek · Wildlife

Description

One end of this trail is on SW Fischer Lane in the NW of the arboretum, while the other end is at a small parking area on SW Fairview in the SW of the arboretum.

From the SW Fischer Lane end, the trail begins by heading north, past a spur to a single parking spot, and to the very northwestern corner of the arboretum. There it turns south and comes to an intersection with a spur to the oldest Doug Fir in the park and the Bristlecone Pine Trail.

Continue south between some large homes and the park. Most of this half of the trail appears to be "natural" forest like you find elsewhere in Washington or Forest Parks. Next you'll pass Bristlecone Pine Spur, a connector to the parking area, a bridge, and an intersection with the Fir Trail.

After this the trail gains some elevation on switchbacks through hemlock trees before ending at SW Fairview (from which you can access the Wildwood Trail via White Pine Connector).

Flora & Fauna

Hemlocks, Korean Pines, Douglas Firs, and other evergreens.

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Look out for Root Tree at this Creek Trail fork on the Hoyt Arboretum Loop
Jun 18, 2017 near Portland, OR

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