Walks: Memorial

Walks that feature a memorial

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Below are all 100 Steps options starting with the newest additions. You can learn about terrain, distance, seating, and more when you choose to view an individual walk.

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Garden of Surging Waves

I can’t confirm it, but I’d venture a guess that the Garden of Surging Waves is the only public venue in Oregon where you are invited to “Bring your paper, crayons and make rubbings over Confucius’ quote!” Tucked amongst aged buildings of colorful brickwork in… 

Maritime Memorial Park

Quick! What do these have in common? the longest continuous truss bridge in North America, a set of memorial walls, commercial fishermen and other hardy seafaring folk, clowns, a semi-centennial  celebration. If you answered “Astoria, Oregon,” you’re not wrong.  And “The Columbia River” is a… 

Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial...

I think our car has a special auto-pilot designed to seek out bodies of water. It kicked in as my husband and I turned into Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial Park during a visit to Garibaldi. Landing at the water’s edge – or as close as… 

Florence Veterans Memorial Park

Although serving double duty as both a place of remembrance and a showcase for the beauty of Florence, the Florence Veterans Memorial Park seems to be frequented by few. A drizzling fountain is centered on a wall of commemorative bricks, and it is common to…