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Sep 13, 2010
Trail of the Month
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Portland, Oxbow Regional Park remains a surprisingly untamed destination. Red foxes, blacktail deer, bald eagles, blue herons—even black bears and cougars—roam...
Thumbnail for - Hike of the Week: Oneonta Gorge
Aug 25, 2010
Hikes
Inside this narrow Columbia River Gorge slot canyon there are undoubtedly patches of earth and rock that have never felt the sun’s rays. A fact that makes Oneonta Gorge an ideal hideout to scurry...
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Aug 17, 2010
Field Report
Of all the reasons to visit Opal Creek—the immense, 1,000-year-old trees; the Ancient Forest Center; the waterfalls; the remains of the historic mining community, Jawbone Flats; the spotted owl;...
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Aug 16, 2010
News and Notes
No doubt there are more than a few Portland-area riders who are counting down the hours until Mountain Bike Oregon’s annual rally down in Oakridge this weekend. The event, which draws some 300...
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Aug 3, 2010
Give back to the dusty trails your hiking boots helped disrupt this summer. Volunteer with the Mount St. Helens Institute and get your trail karma back in line. With more than 500 miles of trails...
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Jul 21, 2010
When it comes to showing big love for Forest Park, you’d be hard-pressed to find any group more passionate about the park’s advocacy than the Forest Park Conservancy. Since 1989, FPC has helped...
Thumbnail for - Hike of the Week: Silver Star Mountain
Jul 1, 2010
Field Report
Silver Star Mountain doesn’t take long to make a lasting impression. Right from the trailhead you can peer out over what feels like all of Southwest Washington. Directly to the north, Mount St...
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Jun 24, 2010
News and Notes
Thanks to the Lloyd Transportation Management Association and the Doubletree Hotel, bike riders are about to get some plush new digs when it comes to stashing their bikes on the...
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Jun 21, 2010
News and Notes
Tonight, the popular Mudeye Puppet Company, which features oversize puppets constructed from all recycled and reused materials, drops by Tryon Creek State Park for a kid-friendly (and highly...
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Jun 18, 2010
News and Notes
For anyone who’s been waiting for some progress on the issue of singletrack riding within Forest Park, you’ll definitely want to take note of Portland Parks and Recreation Commissioner Nick Fish’s...
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