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Astoria Riverwalk

  • Length:
    3.5 miles
  • Difficulty:
    Mild
  • Best Season(s):
    This ride is available year round.
  • Nearby Cities:
    Astoria, Seaside, Warrenton, Cannon Beach, Hammond
  • Region:
    The Coast
  • Attributes:
    Flat, Non-technical, River Views, Urban Views, Wildlife Views

Trailhead Elevation: 16 ft

Directions

In Oregon, a bicycle is legally considered a vehicle, and the same Oregon road laws apply. Please “be seen” and practice safe riding. Vehicle traffic, farm equipment and narrow shoulders exist on many Oregon roads, and you may find that construction projects, traffic or other events may cause road conditions or signage to differ from the map results, ride descriptions and directions. For travel options plus weather and road conditions, visit tripcheck.com, call 511 (in Oregon only), 800.977.6368 or 503.588.2941. Routes listed on this website are for informational purposes and intended as a reference guide only.

Directions

Take Highway 30 from Portland to Astoria. The trail can be accessed all along the city waterfront. Parking is available at Portway Street at the Port of Astoria facilities just east of the Longview Bridge on-ramp, at the Maritime Museum and along nearby city streets. This is a great ride for anyone who enjoys the waterfront and coast. It passes by restaurants, taverns, shops and businesses on the shore side while providing constant river views on the water side. It is suitable for all skill levels and will accommodate wheelchairs. During nice days and the tourist season, the trail can be busy with bicycle and foot traffic from people enjoying the ambiance and views. The walkway is paved with asphalt and wooden rail trestles. Keep a sharp eye out when using the wooden trestles. There is space beside the rails that can catch your wheels, and during weekends and summer you will be sharing the roadway with the city’s antique trolley.

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This trail appears in Best Rail Trails Pacific Northwest by Natalie Bartley

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