Fun runs, boat tours, and a brand new pair of kicks—this weekend fits like a glove.
Meet Portland’s newest city park
News and Notes
A new way to calculate your water footprint
The Dog Days of Summer call for miles of tree-shaded trails, deep green pools—and a water slide.
Things To Do
An intern braves the rapids—your turn!
Beyond the Bridges
Get on board for a weekend of bike touring on Washington’s Vashon Island.
Trail of the Month
Visit the short Bonney Butte Trail this fall for a spectacular view—the best in the state—of Oregon's birds of prey.
Portland-based humanitarian organization Mercy Corps are helping to sew the seeds to peace in North Korea, one Oregon apple tree at a time.
NPR travels to Oakridge to find out if mountain biking can save a town.
Twilight racing, watershed exploration, and a forest full of friends—say hello to the weekend.
News and Notes
A paddle boarder finds some toothy company in the water.
Jam bands, skirt chasing, and going barefoot—it’s a weekend to write home about.
Mount St. Helens institute asks avid hikers to treck the trails with intention.
Summer strolls, volcano love, and a gear junkie’s Black Friday—pack it in, it’s the weekend.
The celebrated ocean crusader talks to Portland Monthly about her family’s legacy, water conservation, and pretending to be a mermaid.
Volcano views, heritage trees, and a paddle-powered regatta—punch the clock, it’s Friday.
Students ask their community to step up and take a survey.
The City and the Forest Park Conservancy draft a plan to tackle the trails together.
Alexandra Cousteau sets sail for Portland.
Hawaiian Shave Ice, star gazing, a classic road ride, and a (really) old-school game of shinty—this weekend is a kick in the pants.