Fitness: Ride On
Molly Sugar, founder of Friends on Bikes, talks bike camping, spandex, and doughnuts.
Terry Musgrave has photographed more than 70 Pacific Northwest cabins. Fremont Point, in rural Lake County, is one of his favorites.
In the cold November rain.
From golden larches to migrating swans, autumn is the time to visit these nearby forests and wetlands.
Blast off—it's a cyclist in space!
Wine Country Escapes: Two Wheels
Tour a close-to-home AVA on two wheels (or four).
Want to explore nature with your newborn? Hike it Baby can lead the way.
These perfect rides—from the Breitenbush River to the brand-new Sherar's Falls route—will pump air into your fall plans.
Imagine a seamless loop spanning both sides of the Columbia.
Head south of Salem for wetlands and winged visitors.
Portland's bike share program now offers hand cycles, trikes, supportive cuffs, and more.
The Canada-based journalist's debut book, On Trails, is already a bestseller. (Doubly impressive, we'd say, for a writer who hasn't yet hiked the glory of Oregon.)
Long Story Short
"Actually, my size doesn’t keep me from doing anything in the outdoors."
From epic backpacking treks to essential river trips to top-notch campground tips, here’s how to get outside this summer.
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.
Portland's new oasis for mountain biking and urban hiking is wedged between two highways.
Back in the 1950s, the Minam River Lodge was a hunting retreat with no road access. On May 27, the lodge reopened—as isolated as ever, but with stunning new perks.
Every copy sold benefits the city’s 5,200-acre icon of urban wilderness.
Portland boasts the wildest city park in the nation. From hidden hikes to essential gear, here's everything you need to know.