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Ride on the Wildside: Willamette Greenway Ramble

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When: Jun 16, 2018 from 09:00 am to 01:00 pm

Explore The Intertwine, the region’s system of parks, trails and natural areas by bicycle and get acquainted with the nature of nature in a rich array of natural area parks.

Where: Meet at the Salmon Springs Fountain in Tom McCall Waterfront Park promptly at 9 am.

Explore The Intertwine, the region’s system of parks, trails and natural areas by bicycle and get acquainted with the nature of nature in a rich array of natural area parks. This bicycle-natural history series is co-sponsored by the Urban Greenspaces Institute, Audubon Society of Portland, Portland Bureau of Transportation, and The Intertwine Alliance*, will take you to some familiar and some not so familiar natural areas in Portland and the metro region.  All rides are free and open to anyone with a bicycle in good repair and helmet, which is required.  Bicycle repair will not be provided so ensure you bike is in good repair!

This 12 mile ride takes you along both sides of the Willamette River to explore gems including Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge. This will be one of the last times you will ride on the Springwater on the Willamette this summer as the City of Portland will launch a major restoration project which will close the path temporarily.  

Leader: Mike Houck

Bring your bicycle and helmet (mandatory), water and lunch, and binoculars. 

Pre-registration is required by contacting Mike Houck at mikehouck@urbangreenspaces.org.  

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