Northwest travel news, tips, deals, and getaways
And if all goes well, we could see them everywhere.
Cache Me If You Can
What's up with this wood-walking, GPS-stalking hobby?
The feds think so—and they want Congress to approve a plan to thin the herd.
Viral Bikes founder Steve Domahidy breaks down his innovative design.
Gov. Kate Brown and Sen. Ron Wyden were on hand to celebrate the grand opening of the project on June 30.
All summer long, Maylin Chavez is shucking, dressing, and baking oysters straight from the source: Nevør Shellfish Farm, right on Netarts Bay.
Nike designer and Toffee Club co-owner Pete Hoppins explains why football fashion is having a moment.
Cailin O'Brien Feeney will have to balance feedback from all sorts of outdoor enthusiasts, from environmental activists to ATV lovers.
Even with Clint Eastwood and the Wallowa Mountains, Paint Your Wagon was a real cow patty.
We size up hitting the trail.
Upgrade your Netflix and chill plans with cooking classes, cozy getaways, and a Robyn dance party.
Over the years, some of the state’s ski mountains proved as ephemeral as snowflakes.
A brief guide to school cancellations, bad weather driving, and cozy indoor escapes.
Northwest companies lead the industry in creative ways to ride the snow and protect us from the elements.
Sledding, fat biking, and more ways to enjoy the snow, no skis required.
It might ruin the Northwest ski scene—and save it at the same time.
Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace chases a real-life Portland mystery.
Thought the Motor City had met that great scrapyard in the sky? Nope. This chassis was built to last.
Built by the Depression–era Civilian Conservation Corps, the 78-year-old hostel will welcome travelers once again.
Scoops in the Sky
Fork over the big bucks for first class, and you’ll get premier, local ice cream at 35,000 feet.
Two floors and 42,000 square feet of ice cream, grilled cheese, movies, interactive milking exhibits, and—of course—heaps of free cheddar samples.
Looking to ease into two-wheeled, off-road travel? This mellow gravel trail offers dramatic canyon views and bucolic riverside campsites.
Tootle down the McKenzie River, tour the Tillamook State Forest, or take in views of Mary's Peak. These ravishing routes just got the state's official seal of approval.
The 67-room Lower Burnside respite also houses Hey Love, a new lounge concept from alums of Rum Club, Dig a Pony, and Mississippi Studios.
Humans are overrunning the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. What's to be done?
It's finally summer. Here's how to escape the crowds, score secret spots, discover Oregon's wild desert, and camp like royalty.
Isaac Lane Koval