Discover Oregon's tallest waterfall from both the bottom and the top
This wild, foggy headland north of Lincoln City won its name because cascades pour off its cliffs into the ocean.
Discover a canyon full of waterfalls in the Columbia Gorge.
When the wind dies on your kite session, shower beneath the 90-degree water that has been baking in the dry sun from your portable camp shower, grab a fresh burrito and a bag of Rainier Cherries from the local stand a
These routes in and around Portland vary in difficulty and offer something for everyone in the family
Sample the 37.6-mile Timberline Trail that circles Mt. Hood, starting with a short section from the mountain's historic 1937 lodge.
Oregon Coast charters offer fresh fish and a fresh experience
One of the most exciting things you can do while visiting the Oregon Coast is see it from the ocean.
The river and its famed heavy runs of summer steelhead first found recognition when writer and sports angler Major Lawrence Mott, dubbed the millionaire reporter, established a fishing camp in the area in 1929.
At a base elevation of 6,300 feet, Mt. Bachelor, located just outside of Bend in Central Oregon, offers a 3,365 vertical foot drop, 3,683 skiable acres, 71 runs and averages 370 inches of its famous dry snow each year. It has a beginner program and several fun runs for those just starting out as well as lots of really fun activities like tubing and snowshoeing.
The conical shaped Mt. Hood, the highest peak in Oregon, rises 11,235 feet and is just 35 miles to the south of Hood River.
When I was 8 years old my aunt and uncle took me to Hoodoo and introduced me to the great sport of skiing. I've been under its spell ever since.