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  1. Stringio

    Added February 24 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    With a connection to the (yet to be constructed) Tickle Creek Trail, you will have reopened
    the Barlow Road
    in Clackamas County!

    Excellent!
    That has been a strategic objective of the Barlow Trail Association since day 1.
    Now we can focus on the other side of Govy.

    Susan Corwin
    Executive Director
    Barlow Trail Assoication

  2. Stringio

    Added February 24 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    why no connection at Barton on Harding Mill Rd/Bakers Ferry?

  3. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Redland Road

    This is one of my favorite bicycling routes for a Saturday ride and it the Clackamas River Dr. is part of the Barlow Road Ride route that I organized from End of the Oregon Trail to Government Camp. The Redlands Road sorely needs bike lanes on wider shoulders. There are red necks in the County who don't like bikes on Redland road and will harrass bicycle riders. It has happened ot me a couple of time.

  4. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Redland Road

    I drove Redland Road last summer to size it up for a potential bike ride. The lack of shoulders and high speed limit currently preclude me from riding this route.
    I'd like to see Hwy 224 included in this plan and upgraded to make it safe for bicycles. Estacada and the camping/recreation areas up the river are natural draws for bicycle tourism if we could get safe access,
    Hwy 212 to Boring is another route that is almost safe enough to bike - were some improvements made. Upgrading 212 would make it possible to proceed east to Mt Hood or loop back to town from the end of the Springwater trail. I've done it once and won't do it again until it's improved.

  5. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    This is a route that makes sense and is one that I've wanted to bike but can't because of the lack of shoulders and high traffic on Clackamas River Drive. We definitely need to provide safe bike access to the parks and to Estacada that this route would provide

  6. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    Love this road; have ridden it many times

  7. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Redland Road

    This is a beautiful route as well. Makes for a great loop together with River Road.

  8. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    Love this route; have ridden it many times.

  9. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    I like this route

  10. Stringio

    Added February 19 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    Paved multi-use along the river; what could be better?!

  11. Stringio

    Added February 19 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    Great cycle route but needs some shoulder to be safe.

  12. Stringio

    Added February 19 2014

    Redland Road

    Redland gets very sketchy for cyclists (no shoulder + fast traffic) halfway between OC and Milo McIver. This would be a great route if there was ample shoulder.

  13. Stringio

    Added February 16 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    The section of Springwater road east of Carver park to where it uses Bakers Fy rd is very high speed driving with no safe shoulder. Using Hattan rd with east on Fischers Mill has a much much safer traffic volume

  14. Stringio

    Added February 14 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    I was not familiar with a proposed route along Redland rd from OC to McIvar, looks like a good route. Obviously it needs to go from there to Estacada. Another possibility would be to run it thru McIvar, with a walking/biking bridge across the river to connect to 224. Remember there is a RR right of way along 224 and the river to Estacada which should be explored from 205 to Estacada. Definitely needs to be a route from 224 to Sandy to connect with 26 so one can bike/walk from Estacada to Sandy, from Sandy to Estacada, from Sandy to 205 etc. In addition the bike/walk routes need to be extended up the river from Estacada to the reservoirs etc.

  15. Stringio

    Added February 13 2014

    Redland Road

    The red route looks good for bikers, but I prefer the green route for walking. Clear creek has some very senic areas which few people have seen. Would be nice to have public access.

  16. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    There are currently a dearth of safe bikeable options to reach Estacada. While the Clackamas Highway is a lovely road, speeds are too high and the road surface is far too narrow for bike traffic. A route that parallels the river on its south shore would make a trip to Estacada much more palatable. Even better would be a route from the area of Happy Valley or Pleasant Valley down through Damascus. Damascus is basically a dead zone for safe bike access. Roads are fast and narrow. Even some bike lanes would make the area a bike riding destination!

  17. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Clackamas River Road - Bakers Ferry Road - Eden R*

    Best option. ALong the river, so beautiful views and relatively flat.

  18. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    Please connect to Springwater corridor and Boring/Gresham

  19. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    FYI, Upcoming restoration project planned in this area. A trail around the boundary could work.

  20. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    Rock Creek is in a very steep canyon and would need an expensive pedestrian bridge to cross here. Also crosses valuable wildlife habitat area and restoration project.
    Trail would offer beautiful views of the Clackamas, but also require safety features, being on a very, very steep bluff.

  21. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Clackamas River Trail

    This is the type of trail I would like to walk on. Close to nature (instead of roads) and leading to a destination.

  22. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Forsythe-Gronlund-Hattan-Fischers Mill-Springwater

    I live off of Holcomb Blvd. I would love to be able to walk down to the Main street area of Oregon City, but the sidewalk on Holcomb stops after the overpass over Hwy 213. I would like to see a completed sidewalk and better pedestrian accomodations on Holcomb Blvd. Lots of people walk there already, but it's not very safe.