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Enjoy seasonal crafts, guided hikes, and nature education, plus take home a commemorative ornament.
A holiday guide to must-see attractions, restaurants, and breweries for out-of-town guests in Portland, OR.
When mild winter weather and weekends (or weekdays) align, this meandering Sauvie Island trail offers the chance to fill your lungs with brisk air and see Mount St. Helens
Explore the city by three different forms of public transportation — plus your feet.
Say buongiorno to beautiful architecture, rich cuisine, and fascinating history in the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region
Enjoy the fruits of the nonprofit’s efforts to empower the wine industry’s BIPOC community on Sat., Nov. 5
All November long, visitors can savor a myriad of experiences, like wine tasting or touring Oregon’s only commercial olive mill
How well do you know Portland, Oregon? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
The iconic sculpture is the second-largest copper repoussé statue in the United States after the Statue of Liberty
Do you know where they stand?
The current operator will offer cruises in the Gorge through the end of October
To help make your entire process at PDX as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from gates and parking to details on the airport’s 62 nonstop flights.
The zip line course takes you on a high-flying adventure through the forest canopy
Other Mexican staples like chicken tinga and nopalitos are on the menu at this restaurant on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
See the German influence on the city, from green parks to group workouts
Where are you heading first?
Save some cash with these alternative transit options
As skiers and snowboarders take to the slopes of Mount Hood, it’s important to know the warning signs of an avalanche
It’s worth the sweat to get there
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