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Friendly Gorge Hikes

Friends of the Columbia Gorge announces Spring Hiking Program

03/03/2011 By Georgia Perry

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Mile Markers

Forest Park Conservancy launches All Trails Challenge 2011

02/18/2011

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Singles Party

Northwest Trail Alliance preps for mountain bike season with a pair of singletrack trail build parties.

02/11/2011 By Georgia Perry

Resolutions

Mountain Toppers

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

01/11/2011 By Georgia Perry

Article

Fee Busters

Tour the National Parks on the cheap this year.

01/06/2011 By Georgia Perry

Gadgets

Take Ten

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

01/05/2011

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.

12/22/2010 With Brian Barker

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Here’s Mud in Your Beer

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

12/01/2010 By Geoff Earl

Gadgets

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

Portland’s Heritage Trees fit right inside your iPhone.

11/16/2010

Deals

Wax On

REI lays it on thick for the next week.

11/10/2010

Announcements

Banks-Vernonia State Trail connection complete

Last link in place for the state’s first rails-to-trails path

10/26/2010

Bike Trail Ride

Forest Park Singletrack Rally

Portland Cyclists Support Singletrack

10/14/2010

Preview

A Field Guide to Forest Park

OPB’s award-winning Oregon Field Guide focuses its lens on the city’s largest urban wilderness

10/12/2010

News

No new singletrack in Forest Park

A look back at the debate for new trails in the city’s largest park.

10/05/2010

Outdoors

Hike of the Week: St Cloud Trail

Explore a homestead apple orchard in the Gorge

09/29/2010

Photos

Views from Larch Mountain

Photo of the Week

09/28/2010

Photos

Panther Creek Falls

Photo of the Week

09/20/2010

Trail of the Month

Oxbow Regional Park

Located just 30 minutes from downtown Portland, Oxbow Regional Park remains a surprisingly untamed destination. Red foxes, blacktail deer, bald eagles, blue herons—even black bears and cougars—roam among the 1,200-acre expanse. But it’s the wa

09/13/2010 With Brian Barker

Hikes

Hike of the Week: Oneonta Gorge

Get this Columbia River Gorge excursion while it’s hot.

08/25/2010