WEEKEND PLANS

Get Out Guide

Beachcombing, wildlife refuges, and a 150-foot-long halfpipe—it's time to jump into the weekend.

07/09/2010

Eat This Now

Seedy Business

A new baker serves up addictive kicks at the Beaverton Farmers Market

07/06/2010

Weekend Plans

Get Out Guide

Jam sessions, singletrack riding, and explosions in the sky–happy Independence Day!

07/02/2010

Field Report

Hike of the Week: Silver Star Mountain

Trek into the heart of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest for one of the area’s best wildflower displays.

07/01/2010

News and Notes

Social Rangers

It’s official: The Bureau of Land Management wants to be your friend.

06/30/2010

Weekend Plans

Get Out Guide

Tougher-than-nails bikers, show-stopping waterfalls, and organic beer. Bring on the weekend.

06/25/2010

News and Notes

Park Place

Eastside bike parking gets a major upgrade

06/24/2010

News and Notes

Deep Diving

A new locally produced documentary digs deep for solutions on climate change

06/24/2010

News and Notes

Gorge Yourself

The updated Curious Gorge guide is this summer’s must-read book.

06/22/2010

News and Notes

Here’s Mud in Your Eye

One night only! The Mudeye Puppet Company goes wild in Tryon Creek State Park

06/21/2010

Weekend Plans

Get Out Guide

Aerial obstacles, used skis, and lots of lots of nudity. Oh yeah, it’s the weekend!

06/18/2010

News and Notes

Lost in the Woods

After a year of debate, there’s still no clear path for more singletrack in Forest Park

06/18/2010

Trail of the Month

Sandy Ridge Trail System

June's Trail of the Month is an intermediate-level mountain biking trail that winds northward and away from the Sandy River near Sandy, OR, traversing Mount Hood's western foothills.

06/17/2010

Reviews

Gear Guide

Keen’s Newport DP pack is one cushy ride

06/16/2010 By Brian Barker

Beyond the Bridges

The Glacier Express

Northwest Montana's Glacier National Park spans one million acres along the Canadian Border. Its Lewis-and-Clark feel, complete with clear lakes, old-growth trees, wolverines, wolves, and bears, make it deserving of its reputation as the "last wild place"

06/11/2010 By Mike Thelin

Slideshow

Slide Show: The Glacier Express

Northwest Montana's Glacier National Park spans one million acres along the Canadian Border. Its Lewis-and-Clark feel, complete with clear lakes, old-growth trees, wolverines, wolves, and bears, make it deserving of its reputation as the "last wild place"

06/11/2010

Mudroom

Peak Condition

Rainer Hertrich has won the title of most prolific skier, having skied every day for the last 2,390 days in a row (or since November 1, 2003). He's garnered himself not only a Guinness World Record, but also five bruised ribs and a separated shoulder. And

06/10/2010 With Brian Barker

Mudroom

Electric Avenue

Perfect for the task at hand, green-friendly and urban-growth-cap'd Portland gears up for electric vehicular transportation of the future.

06/10/2010 By Zach Dundas

Preview

Pedal it (just a little bit)

The vaguely interested outdoor lover’s guide to Pedalpalooza

06/10/2010

Gear

Gear Shed

June’s rain got you down? Seek shelter in Columbia’s new Hotshot II shell.

06/09/2010