Consisting of more than 5,200 acres of gently forested hills separated by lush ravines, Portland's Forest Park ranks as one of the largest natural areas within a major city. Forest Park acts as an emerald backdrop to the steel, glass and concrete of downtown Portland. Several trailheads can be reached by a short walk or bus ride from the bustling city center. More than 80 miles of trails and old fire roads traverse this park giving hikers, walkers, and runners plenty of room to roam and loop options. Map 426S details the park's large network of trails and contains a 1:9000 scale close up insert of the Hoyt Arboretum and Washington Park. Map also contains an elevation profile for the entire 30 mile Wildwood Trail; and includes the nearby Marquam Nature Park trail system and West Willamette Greenway Trail.