South Waterfront Lower Tram Terminal
Enjoy spectacular views of the city as you soar from the waterfront to the top of the hill on which OHSU is situated. OHSU employees use it to commute, you can use it for the best view in Portland. It costs $5.10/person round trip.
If you are ok with heights, it is a thrilling ride with great views of Portland. The kids will love it!
One of the only aerial commuter trams in the country, Portland Aerial Tram connects South Waterfront to Marquam Hill. Passengers ride between S.W. Moody & Gibbs on the waterfront and Kohler Pavilion on the hill. Designed to handle severe weather conditions, the Tram runs year-round. The Tram is…
Fun quick trip above SW Portland overlooking the river and city. For $5.10 round trip, you can enjoy a breathtaking view for a quick ride above it all. Then wander the neighborhood nearby and walking paths taking you onto the waterfront area. The tram operates load-n-go. Including travel and…
The Tram is a popular destination for tourists, locals and people just looking to try something fun. The lower tram terminal is at the intersection of SW Moody Avenue & Gibbs Street --the most transportation-diverse intersection in the country. In addition to one of the nation's only aerial commuter…
Take the Tram from the SW Waterfront OHSU, up the hill for a great view of the City. I think tickets are about $4.
$5 ticket to ride the tram from near the river's edge up to Oregon Health Science University. You can each lunch in their cafeteria. It's the view that makes this trip fun.
Take Portland's Ariel Tram up the hill and back down for glorious views of downtown and Mt. Hood. Enjoy brunch at the Lair Hill Bistro.
Looking for a bird's eye view of the city without spending too much money. Wander down to the Portland Waterfront's southern most area and you will find the Tram. The tram was a controversial addition to the Portland transport community. Many home owners below the tram were not fans, but the views…
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