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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Local Trails

Cathedral Tree Trail/Column Trail
  Starts at 28th and Irving Ave. in Astoria and is 3 miles round trip.
Sights: Wooded area, Cathedral Tree, Astoria Column, and Astoria viewpoints
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Riverwalk  
  6 miles of paved pathway stretching from the Port of Astoria to Tongue Point.
Sights: Ships, bird watching and the Columbia River.
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Shively Park Loop
  Start at the park off of Williamsport Road in Astoria.
Sights: Wooded area, and wildlife.
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Pipeline Road Trail
  Urban forest from James Street at Williamsport Road to the east beyond City limits to Market Road in Svensen. 1.3 miles
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Middle School Path
 Natural forest area. From Astoria Middle School (1100 Klaskanine Avenue) south through County property to Highway 202 near 1100 Olney Avenue. More...
Clatsop Community College Connector Trail  
  From Clatsop Community College parking lot to the Astoria Column. More...
City Water Reservoir Path
  Natural forest area follows the utility corridor from northeast corner of Middle School property towards the Reservoir. More...

 

Other Local Trails

Fort to Sea Trail

 Start from the Visitor Center at Fort Clatsop, and is about 6 miles round trip.
Sights: Views of the Pacific Ocean, deep woods, dunes and beach. 

Tillamook Head

Starts at Ecola State Park in Cannon Beach, and 3.6 miles round trip.
Sights: Pacific Ocean viewpoints.

Coffenbury Lake

 A 2 mile path that circles the edge of Coffenbury Lake at Fort Stevens State Park.
Sites: Lake views, wildlife, bird watching.

 Saddle Mountain Trail

 
 Starts at the Saddle Mountain trailhead off of highway 26, and is 3 miles each way.
Sights: Wooded area, wildlife, and mountain viewpoints.

 

Below is a link to the City of Astoria Trails Master Plan, Completed in 2013:

trails masterplan 5-20-13.pdf pdf Document

 

Employee
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Jacob Olson began training as a lead guard almost three years ago.  During that time he has grown in leadership skills, making good decisions in keeping staff and patrons safe, and mentoring new staff. He is hyper vigilant as a lifeguard, spotting problem swimmers as soon as they begin to struggle.  Jacob has made more rescues than any other guard on staff, and does an exceptional job being professional.  He has an impeccable record when it comes to attending staff in-service training and shows a sincere interest in training and improving as a lifeguard. Jacob models positive behavior for the lifeguards at our facility.

Thank you, Jacob!

 
 
 

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