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Apr 18, 2011
This Thursday Northwest Trail Alliance will kick off their second annual Trail Fest by hosting the Portland premiere of the new bike-centric documentary Pedal Driven: a bike-umentary at the...
Mar 28, 2011
Not that I ever really need an excuse to ogle the choice down jackets and the killing-me-softly organic threads inside the Portland Patagonia store, but here’s a solid reason to pay them a visit...
Mar 25, 2011
We here at Portland Monthly are a dog-lovin’ bunch. In fact, as I type this one of our resident office pooches, Hemi, is nosing around my office for a biscuit. (Sorry pal, I am empty-handed...
Mar 17, 2011
Spring snow is the buzzword up on Hood right now. But in a few short months it may well be dirt that’ll have people jones’n to hit the mountain. If all goes according to plan, when the snow melts...
Mar 16, 2011
For anyone scratching their head for a way to do some good for those affected by last week’s devastating magnitude 9.0 quake, and ensuing tsunami in Japan, here’s a thought: grab some skis and...
Mar 9, 2011
Trail of the Month
At Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve, April's Trail of the Month, you can see more than 130 species of resident and migratory birds.
Mar 7, 2011
On Saturday, as I pointed my skis towards Ski Bowl’s Upper Bowl Chair, I wasn’t exactly expecting a crowd. Even on busy days, you’d have trouble filling an elevator with number of skiers lingering...
Mar 3, 2011
Beginning March 12, Friends of the Columbia Gorge will dive into their spring hiking program, a slate of 64 guided treks exploring classic Gorge trails, little known wonders, and even Land Trust...
Feb 18, 2011
Here’s something to kick your hiking season into high gear: The Forest Park Conservancy has just announced details on its annual All Trails Challenge.
If you’re not familiar with the All Trails...
Feb 14, 2011
Beyond The Bridges
Head to Bend for a gorgeous golf getaway at Pronghorn Resort, a once private golf community now open to the public.
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