Mount Hood Guide: Planks and Trays
Meet three homespun makers fighting the uphill battle against foreign, mass-produced gear.
Headed to the water? Pick up these essentials first.
Best Offices 2017: The Refurbished UFO
The flying saucer-shaped gym has stood empty since 2013. This year, the Baltimore–based activewear company takes up residence.
Forest Park: Gear Guide
From a lightweight headlamp to waterproof socks, here's the local gear to pack for your epic treks.
Starting May 5, Sacramento-based outdoor "lifestyle brand" All Good pitches its tent in downtown Portland's West End.
We size up Oregon's "tough mother."
Online marketplace FaithHaus is the brainchild of Portlander Kristin Spear.
It’s more than an iconic Old Town sign.
A brand-new garment with a tear or broken zipper? Once, companies like Prana and Ibex threw them out. Now, they're fixed by Oregon's Renewal Workshop—and sold back to you at cut-rate prices.
From doggie life preservers to the most refreshing beer for your cooler, here’s our favorite Northwest-made stuff to schlep to the swimming hole.
It's actually a 72-hour survival kit.
Alpine packs to camp shoes, backpacking stoves to featherweight tents, here’s some of the best gear around, nearly all of it locally made.