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North Oregon Coast Electric Byway

written by Eileen Garvin on April 4th, 2013

Leave the bustling center of Portland for a journey down the Columbia River, through the Coast Range and out to the…


Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Electric Byway

written by Eileen Garvin on April 4th, 2013

The Mt. Hood Loop Day Trip is an excellent way to experience the rugged wilderness, verdant farmland and charming small…


Sustainable Travel

Sustainable travel is a form of travel that aims to sustain or enhance the geographical character of a placeits…


Biking Chief Joseph Country

written by Chris Santella on October 23rd, 2012

Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from Chris Santella’s new book, Fifty Places to Bike Before You Die,…

We’ll be staying in Corvallis for about a week and are most interested in seeing Oregon’s natural wonders. How much could we jam into our itinerary?

I happen to live only 10 miles from Corvallis and love so much about this region so let's go! Here are a few links to check out: Corvallis Tourism Albany Visitors Association McDonald Dunn Forest Mary's Peak William Finley National Wildlife…

My wife and I will be traveling four days from Bend to the Oregon Caves. What should we do in between?

If Oregon Caves already is on your itinerary and you’re coming from Bend, you shouldn’t miss Oregon’s only national park, Crater Lake. Along with the Caves, it’s this region’s premiere attraction, as noted in this recent story for the M…

Carless: Canada to the Coast

written by Eileen Garvin on October 21st, 2011

Is this guy with you ladies?" This comes from the bartender at Clyde Common. He gestures at Andrew, who has just…


Mountain Bike Oregon

written by Otis Rubottom on February 1st, 2011

All sports have a Mecca of some kind, a place hardcore fans or participants yearn to visit, either to bask in the glory…


Beer Trail, Ale Trail, Suds Stroll

written by Emily Watson on January 25th, 2011

Whatever you want to call it, this culinary adventure involves a lot of delicious craft brewstouts, ales, porters,…


Explore Backcountry

written by Mikhael Romain on December 3rd, 2010

In a state like Oregonwhere snowcapped peaks run from border to border with endless trails to explorethere are…


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