This challenge takes on three of Portland, Oregon's most iconic outdoor objectives:
1) Climbing Wy'east (Mt. Hood)--Oregon's tallest peak. Out and back from Timberline Lodge parking lot. ~7.3 miles, 5,200 ft.
2) Ascending Mt. Defiance--the highest peak in the Columbia River Gorge. Out and back on Mt. Defiance Trail from Starvation Ridge parking lot ~12.6 miles, 4,900 ft.
3) Foot traveling the Wildwood Trail--Portland's beloved long trail in Forest Park. Point to point from Newberry Rd. to the Portland Zoo, or reverse. ~30 miles, 2,900 ft.
This is link-up can be done in any order; time starts upon leaving the first trailhead and ends upon arriving at the last. There's ~1-1.5 hours of driving in between the 3 objectives. So get after it, be safe and have fun, and enjoy some of the best that Oregon has to offer!