Explore a homestead apple orchard in the Gorge
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Trail of the Month
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
Get this Columbia River Gorge excursion while it’s hot.
The Dog Days of Summer call for miles of tree-shaded trails, deep green pools—and a water slide.
News and Notes
NPR travels to Oakridge to find out if mountain biking can save a town.
Mount St. Helens institute asks avid hikers to treck the trails with intention.
The City and the Forest Park Conservancy draft a plan to tackle the trails together.
Trek into the heart of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest for one of the area’s best wildflower displays.
News and Notes
Eastside bike parking gets a major upgrade
One night only! The Mudeye Puppet Company goes wild in Tryon Creek State Park
After a year of debate, there’s still no clear path for more singletrack in Forest Park
Keen’s Newport DP pack is one cushy ride
The vaguely interested outdoor lover’s guide to Pedalpalooza
June’s rain got you down? Seek shelter in Columbia’s new Hotshot II shell.
One of Oregon’s Wild and Scenic Rivers is headed for troubled waters.
Cash in on a free campsite during State Parks Day—just don’t forget your rain gear.
Portland’s Bike Cred Takes Another Knock