Wildwood - fir, cedar, soil
The beloved Wildwood trail is the blood line of Forest Park and the source of inspiration for this company. It is the longest trail in the park, spanning an astounding 30.2 miles from the south (Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Oregon Zoo and Rose Garden), up to Newberry Rd. Every quarter mile is designated by a stenciled blue diamond on the bark of a tree, and is meant to signify "progress". Douglas-fir trees are the predominate vegetation in Forest Park, as well as western red cedar and hemlock.
Wildwood has earthy, piney notes of:
GPS Coordinates: [45°30'47.4"N 122°43'02.8"W]
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