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Trail of the Month

Mount Talbert

Mount Talbert stands as the largest remaining undeveloped butte in northern Clackamas County covered in 200 acres of forest and meadows. The butte makes a great hiking spot accessible from four trailheads.

  • By Brian Barker
  • Published 01/14/2011

Mud Room

Surf Survivor

Was it an oceanic miracle that caused Peter Mel's long-lost balsawood surfboard to wash up on the shore at Arch Cape?

  • By Gretchen Holzgang
  • Published 01/14/2011

Resolutions

Mountain Toppers

Climb Mount Hood, Adams, or the Grand Teton in support of the American Lung Association

  • By Georgia Perry
  • Published 01/11/2011

Article

Fee Busters

Tour the National Parks on the cheap this year.

  • By Georgia Perry
  • Published 01/06/2011

Gadgets

Take Ten

Columbia’s new iPhone app has you covered ten ways to Sunday.

  • Published 01/05/2011

Resolutions

Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month

Local resorts sweeten the savings for first-timers.

  • Published 01/03/2011

Get Out

Whale Tales

Trade those post-Christmas blues for tons of Gray

  • Published 12/28/2010

video

Heidi the St. Bernard’s Photo Shoot

It's a very cute video about an adorable dog whose face graces these very pages.

  • By William Anthony
  • Published 12/22/2010

Slideshow

Slide Show: Board Room

With La Niña predicted to drop an extra few hundred inches of powder on Mount Hood this winter, Dave Pietka’s latest endeavor, Castle Boardshop, seems practically assured of a soft landing.

  • Published 12/22/2010

Corner Shop

Board Room

With La Niña predicted to drop an extra few hundred inches of powder on Mount Hood this winter, Dave Pietka’s latest endeavor, Castle Boardshop, seems practically assured of a soft landing.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 12/22/2010

Mudroom

Relay to Reel

_Hood to Coast_ follows four teams through the insane antics, crazy logistics and sheer endurance of the annual Timberline-to-Seaside relay race.

  • By Rachel Ritchie
  • Published 12/22/2010

Trail of the Month

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

The Ridgefield wildlife complex includes more than 5,200 acres of marshes, ponds, sloughs, and lakes—a welcome sight to a staggering array of migratory birds.

  • By Brian Barker
  • Published 12/22/2010

Slideshow

Slide Show: 50 Reasons To Love Winter

Do Portland's dark months have you feeling blue? Let us and "*Heidi, the new Timberline puppy*":/travel-and-outdoors/articles/meet-heidi-december-2010/, come to the rescue with 50 great ways to ward off the wet and chill. Consider it your personal guide t

  • Published 12/15/2010

Environment

Coyote Ugly?

Wait till you hear what Chicago is doing with their wild doggies

  • Published 12/07/2010

Preview

Hood to Coast Premiere

Oregon’s signature running event gets the red carpet treatment

  • Published 12/06/2010

Get Out

Here’s Mud in Your Beer

The Stanley Portland Cup is Your Last Chance of the Year to Experience Cyclocross Portland Style.

  • By Geoff Earl
  • Published 12/01/2010

Get Out

Hot to Trot

Three Thanksgiving morning fun runs

  • Published 11/18/2010

Portland Monthly Book Exerpt

Human/Nature

In his new autobiography, _Cache: Creating Natural Economies_, Spencer Beebe offers a tell-all look at his successes, failures, and the larger, often rut-ridden forks in the road between.

  • By Spencer Beebe
  • Published 11/18/2010

Beyond the Bridges

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

Gadgets

Like big trees? There’s an app for that.

Portland’s Heritage Trees fit right inside your iPhone.

  • Published 11/16/2010
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