Visit Portland

Portland has been named the most ecological city in the United States. It is pedestrians friendly and boasts many green areas, not to mention the gorgeous nature surrounding it. So, when visiting Portland, why waste your time inside a care or a train?

Here are 3 ecological ways to tour Portland and its area:

Portland by foot

The best way to see the city is on foot, it's also the best way to live the life of Portlanders and meet some of them. They indeed love to show off their city on foot. 

Many walking tours are available for you to choose from. Some of the most popular include:

  • Best of Portland, featuring favorite city sights; 
  • Underground Portland, which takes you through the streets of historic Old Town
  • Epicurean Excursion to check out the best restaurants, food stands, bakeries and more.
  • Beyond Bizarre tour, complete with “real ghost-hunting equipment".

Portland by bike

Portland has more than 563 km of bike lanes making cycling one of the best ways to take in the city. Many of these bikeways run right through the heart of downtown and past popular attractions, shops and restaurants.

Looking for a riding tour? We got you covered.

  • Cycle Portland Bike Tours rides around the bridges, breweries, foodie destinations and parks of Portland; 
  • Pedal Bike Tours stretches farther, with a downtown tour, an exploration of some of the best beer and food joints, and also trips to explore the nearby wine country and the Columbia River Gorge.
  • Everybody’s Bike Rentals & Tours rents refurbished bikes to visitors, along with a tour offering, including a 3-hour bike tour of Northeast Portland, focusing on the neighborhood’s urban farms, delicious food, local crafts, breweries and parks.

Portland by Pedicab

A bit tired? Do you need to rest your feet but still stay eco friendy? Just grab a Pedicab!

Pedicab are an eco-friendly means of transportation, serving downtown Portland and the Pearl District. With Pedicabs, you won't be doing the pedalling—Pedicabs are the new take on the good old cycle rickshaw transportation. They can carry up to two or three passengers, and they are a great way to add a bit of excitement and quirkiness to your night out on the town.


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