Food and drink of the Pacific Northwest
It’s no mystery why savvy food and drink lovers have been streaming into the Pacific Northwest for decades...
Places in Oregon
Dynamic yet mellow, Oregon's largest metropolis boasts a vibrant downtown across the Willamette River from charming neighborhoods full of friendly – and often zany – people. It hums with a youthful vitality and is home to a landslide of liberal idealists, but it's located in a state where back roads brim with Republican red.
Eastern Oregon is sure to amaze. Among its extensive farmlands and desert plateaus are stunning attractions: the gorgeous snowy peaks of the Wallowa Mountains; Hells Canyon, which dips deeper than the Grand Canyon; the John Day Fossil Beds, with their eerily colorful hills and rock formations; and the incredible glacier-carved valleys of the Steens Mountain range.
A drive along Oregon's coast is a must-do any time of year. Rocky headlands loom high above the ocean, providing astounding vistas, while craggy rocks lie scattered along the shoreline like oceanic sentinels. The Coast Range is deeply etched by great rivers and patched with forests, offering outdoor enthusiasts excellent boating, fishing and hiking.
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Foodlandia: the perfect weekend in Portland for foodies
Portland welcomes an enthusiasm for food...
Portland's best beers: seven top breweries and brewpubs
The city of Portland, Oregon, is awash in beer. With 56 breweries – more than any other city in the world – the City of Roses offers the chance to try a myriad of ales and lagers at the breweries where they were made...
First time Portland: Stumptown's best sights
That’s it, I’m totally moving here. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself thinking along these lines after your first visit to Portland...
Oregon's secret surprises
Known primarily for the quirky city of Portland, Oregon is a mostly rural state that holds a landscape diversity to rival anywhere in the US...