Here's where to eat, shop, hike, float, and golf in the happiest city in the Oregon high desert.
Ferries and filberts, cottonwoods and catastrophes.
The idea was to reduce traffic on I-84. It's working so well the bus will now run year-round, with extended service to Hood River.
For a decade, we've dreamed of this 86-mile route through the Coast Range. The Port of Tillamook just said yes. Now, the hard part: finding the money.
From toddlers to tweens, a new hiking manual aims to inspire the next generation of trailblazers.
Red-hot Hogan Butte once helped shape the Gorge. Now it's a tranquil nature park.
The Sierra Club wants you to fall in love with the Clatsop and Tillamook State Forests.
Need some pro tips for keeping everyone happy on a winter getaway to the Valley of the Sun? Roller coasters, butterflies, and ranch dinners.
Because boutique fitness classes can be great—but they can also break the bank.
From Maui to Mexico City, these five direct flights from PDX give life as Portland winter hits peak bleak.
In the cold November rain.
From golden larches to migrating swans, autumn is the time to visit these nearby forests and wetlands.
Want to explore nature with your newborn? Hike it Baby can lead the way.
Imagine a seamless loop spanning both sides of the Columbia.
We've got your next basecamp for everything from QT with your canine to the whole (human) wolfpack, breezy disc golf getaways to blissful backcountry treks.
Ketzel Levine and John Shewey
Our great outdoors can be close to home, truly wild, or even both. Get out there.
Run the Starlight Parade route, test out new bike trails, improve your exercise nutrition, and practice yoga at an urban farm or rose garden.
Portland boasts the wildest city park in the nation. From hidden hikes to essential gear, here's everything you need to know.
Forest Park: The Future
After decades of dreaming, big shifts—from a shiny visitors center to mountain bike trails—await the city's crown jewel.
Forest Park: Great Trails
First timer? Super athlete? Arborist? We've got a trail for you.
Benjamin Tepler, Rebecca Jacobson, and Brian Barker