Outdoors

Portland Outdoors

Oregon Camping

Oregon Camping

Oxbow Park, operated by the Multnomah County Parks Services, is located 20 miles from Downtown Portland in Gresham. This campground offers sandy beaches by the beautiful Sandy River, known as the top-rated winter steelhead stream in Oregon. There…

Oregon Skiing

Oregon Skiing

Mt. Hood’s naturally rugged terrain offers skiers some of the best skiing in the Pacific Northwest. Little more than an hour’s drive away, Mt. Hood is the premiere skiing destination for Portlanders. The ski season lasts from November through…

Oregon Wind Surfing

Oregon Wind Surfing

The 25-40 mile per hour winds that blow down the Columbia River Gorge make it the perfect place to go for world-class windsurfing. Hood River, Oregon, sixty miles east of Portland on Interstate 84, is considered to be the windsurfing and…

Portland Area Hiking

Portland Area Hiking

The Pacific Northwest is a mecca for hikers of all levels of experience with over 150 miles of hiking trails in Portland’s city parks alone. Forest Park is the nation’s largest forested urban park, covering over 5,000 acres of massive Douglas…

Portland Biking

Portland Biking

Cycling is a favorite sport in the Northwest, especially in Portland, which features over 260 miles of bike lanes and trails. One of the most popular is the 16.5-mile Springwater Corridor Trail, a paved surface, multi-use trail that runs along a…

 

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