<p><br> Rowers work out on the Willamette River with the Portland skyline in the distance in this shot taken from the Eastbank Esplanade at sunrise. The esplanade is a walking and biking path running alongside the river, linking the Steel Bridge to the Hawthorne Bridge. It's one of the features that makes <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/united-states/oregon-guide/">Oregon</a>'s most populous city easy to navigate.</p>

Sunrise along the Willamette River in Portland, OR


Rowers work out on the Willamette River with the Portland skyline in the distance in this shot taken from the Eastbank Esplanade at sunrise. The esplanade is a walking and biking path running alongside the river, linking the Steel Bridge to the Hawthorne Bridge. It's one of the features that makes Oregon's most populous city easy to navigate.

Photograph by Susan Seubert

Portland, Oregon

See photos of Portland, Oregon in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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