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Boundary Trail

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

1.3 mile 2.1 kilometer point to point
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 16' 5 m
Descent: -15' -4 m
High: 35' 11 m
Low: 26' 8 m

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Max Grade: 2% (1°)

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Off-leash
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Trail shared by Karl W

This is a trail along habitat restoration zone, and then onto the center of the off-leash dog park to the bird blind.

Karl W

Features Birding · River/Creek · Wildflowers

Family Friendly This easy but often muddy trail is great for the whole family—especially the dog.

Gates close at night and open at 6 AM. A $5 day use fee is required starting 2020

Need to Know

This is an off-leash dog park. If you don't like dogs it's best to avoid.
Parking fills up very fast.

Description

This trail begins at the main parking area near the Confluence Trail. All dogs need to be kept on leashes near the parking lot and within 100 feet of the Confluence Trail, but everywhere else on this trail is off-leash. The first part of this trail passes through wide-open meadows perfect for dogs to run through. The wooden fence that marks the habitat restoration zone will be along your right for the first half mile (Meadow Trail then continues along it). After the trail crosses Meadow Trail it will head north through the middle of the park. After about a mile the trail enters the swampy part of the Sandy River Delta and can be exceptionally muddy after rains. This trail ends at the Confluence of the Sandy and Columbia Rivers along with Confluence Trail and Meadow Trail.

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Enjoying 1000 acres of freedom on a wet but sunny February day.
Feb 3, 2020 near Troutdale, OR

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