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Mount Talbert Nature Park, Clackamas

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#8 of 10 in Parks in Clackamas County
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  • Just the right difficulty level for me and my arthritic hips. It's a beautiful nature park. Too bad folks still take their dogs -- the signs are clearly posted.  more »
  • If you like to walk in the middle of an urban forest, Mt Talbert Nature Trail is for you! There are five entrances to the park, the main ones are on SE Mather Road, which has parking, a water fountain...  more »
  • Mount Talbert Nature Park is a beautiful neighborhood park right off I-205 in Clackamas. It is easily accessible, with 5-6 trailheads around the base of the mountain. The trails are all rather steep, ...  more »
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  • Close to town. Quiet paths. Good places for meditation and yoga. Deer and lots of birds. No dogs and no bikes. Good bird watching. The meadow was a birders delight.
  • Beautiful trails to walk or run with family/friends. I didn't get to walk the whole trail but intend on going back soon. Therre are several different trails to choose from. The public restrooms are very clean. The parking lot is small but was not busy first thing in the morning. Can't wait to return to see the top.
  • Easy hike. Adequate parking space was provided. Well-maintained trails. You really don't see whole lot from summit but less crowded than Powell butte.
  • I started out on a 95 dagre day. Clean parking area, bathrooms was clean, but a lacking in water 😐... The Park was Beautiful especially being a inner-city all natural park.... Yes there is some beateful bird 🐦, not much more to look at but trees 🌲 but all in all a nice day. I give the park 4 🌟 need of water...
  • A wonderful walk in the woods, very refreshing. Just 59 F, perfect. John