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Reed College

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Conseils des habitants

Marcia
Marcia
January 14, 2020
Reed College is right down the street and has a wonderful hike that wonders through the center of campus with is a nature preserve, Reed Canyon. A wonderful little hike to get a glimpse at the local flora and fauna. Reed canyon is a 28-acre watershed in the heart of the campus, running east to west,…
Sandra
Sandra
September 29, 2019
Reed College is a beautiful well known Pacific Northwest college.
Rosemary
Rosemary
April 15, 2019
In the middle of the Reed college campus (behind the main buildings) there is a lovely hidden nature canyon where you can escape noise and people. Do a full loop in less than an hour.
Katharina
Katharina
March 27, 2019
You can walk the grounds of the campus and hike down to Reed College canyon, a lovely nature preserve and wetland with many native species of plants and wildlife.
Julia
Julia
June 28, 2018
Reed College is a beautiful building, as well as the neighborhood around.

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“A PDX favorite for a reason! They have incredible breads and other baked goods & they serve breakfast sandwiches all day if you’re not an early bird but still want breakfast ”
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“The Rhododhendron gardens is beautifully landscaped and tranquil, and so pleasant to walk in any time of the year. There is excellent bird watching too, with ducks, geese, green herons, cormorants, red wing blackbirds, and the occasional water borne nutria and friendly squirrels. This is one of my favorite parks to come to when I don't want a huge hike, and need the tranquility of trees and water and wildlife. The garden is particularly spectacular in May when the rhododendrons are in full bloom, and in fall.”
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3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard
Portland, OR 97202
Téléphone+1 503-771-1112
Site Webreed.edu