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Your Guide to a Rejuvenating Weekend in Seattle

Treat yourself to kettlebells and kale smoothies in the Emerald City's hottest hood.

  • By Allison Jones
  • Published 12/21/2015


Oregon Instagrammers We Love

These 10 adventuresome Oregonians have mastered the art of Instagram—the rest of us can just follow along and enjoy the ride.

  • By Emma Mannheimer
  • Published 11/05/2015


An Oregonian's Guide to Drinking Beer in Denver

Exploring the sudsier side of the other Beer Town, USA

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 08/24/2015


The New Golden Age of Los Angeles

Inside the creative reoccupation of Southern California's historic downtown, from a new Ace Hotel to new bars and boutiques.

  • By Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 04/02/2014


Snow Days: 3 Oregonian Winter Weekends

Mount Hood, Hoodoo, and Mount Bachelor showcase the Northwest at its wintry best.

  • By Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 01/02/2014


Northwest Rolling Retreats

Trailers aren't just for RV parks anymore. Whether stationed in a snow-blanketed valley or delivered, fully stocked, to your favorite riverfront campsite, these four-wheeled wonders offer getaways unlike any other.

  • By Marty Patail
  • Published 11/01/2013


The Artful Side of the Gorge

There's more to the Columbia River Gorge than outdoor adventure—like a blossoming arts scene.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 03/22/2013


Ski Anthony Lakes

Throwback charm, deep snow, and short lines make this Eastern Oregon ski area one of the country's most treasured.

  • By Brian Barker
  • Published 12/17/2012

A Toast of Two Cities

Wine Country Weekend: Newberg or McMinnville?

McMinnville and Newberg regularly vie for the title of top wine-country town. We turn the spotlight on their hottest new spots to help you decide who deserves the honor.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 09/21/2012

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Ashland’s New Act

Something’s afoot in Ashland, and it isn’t just the Shakespeare Festival. Explore the city’s latest renaissance.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 06/15/2012

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Spring Bounty

Savor Eugene’s farm-fresh foodie vibe—plus a brand new boutique hotel for you Ducks fans.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 03/23/2012

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Back in the High Life

Just a 90-minute flight away, Park City’s slopes promise a powdery alternative to the Cascades . . . plus an après-ski scene that’s heating up.

  • By Kristen Gould Case
  • Published 11/25/2011

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The Long Goodbye

Get your final fill of summer sun at Washington's Long Beach Peninsula.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 08/19/2011

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Wild Wheels

Nature lovers and daredevils alike are finding Oakridge an attractive spot for cycling adventure.

  • By Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 06/29/2011

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Desert Greens

Head to Bend for a gorgeous golf getaway at Pronghorn Resort, a once private golf community now open to the public.

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 02/14/2011

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Sunshine & Wine

With postcard-worthy views of the Pacific to the south and the shadowy Santa Ynez Mountains to the north, the trip from Santa Barbara’s palm-studded municipal airport to downtown is fraught with neck-craning distractions. But truly, it's the local wine co

  • By Kasey Cordell
  • Published 11/16/2010

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Ferried Away

Visit Portland's closest Northwest island getaway—Vashon Island, located a brief ferry ride away from Seattle.

  • By Ariana Donalds
  • Published 08/16/2010

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The Glacier Express

Northwest Montana's Glacier National Park spans one million acres along the Canadian Border. Its Lewis-and-Clark feel, complete with clear lakes, old-growth trees, wolverines, wolves, and bears, make it deserving of its reputation as the "last wild place"

  • By Mike Thelin
  • Published 06/11/2010

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Hot to Trot

Hawaii’s Big Island offers mystical volcanoes, all-inclusive resorts, sunny weather, clear water, and swimming with dolphins.

  • By Alexis Rehrmann
  • Published 02/15/2010

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Sunny Side Up

Sayulita, a tiny village of 2,500, still feels like one imagines it did during the 16th century, when the Spanish first happened upon it. Even the Mexicans began settling it only in 1941.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 10/09/2009
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