The Mount Hood National Forest is ending its burn ban on Sept. 23 thanks to more rain and cooler fall temperatures.
Marley Blonsky and Kailey Kornhauser are the subjects of an award-winning short film called “All Bodies on Bikes.”
Everybody ignores Patagonia’s legendary founder Yvon Chouinard standing at the top of the stairs, fondly stroking an anvil.
The forecast has not yet prompted U.S. Forest Service rangers in Oregon to follow suit.
The benefit isn’t just for Portland State University students, but every PSU student qualifies for a free bike ride.
This year’s run was already projected to be one of the lowest on record. Those numbers are even worse than expected.
Sherman was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for setting fire to equipment—logging trucks and cement mixers—used in interstate commerce.
The Portland Fresh Hops Festival will be among the first of its kind to require proof of full vaccination for entry.
The county parks department bars all new camping reservations. Chinook Winds Casino extends its closure.
If you’re gearing up for an ambitious Pacific Crest Trail hike, C2C would be a good place to start
“Knowing that there are people you can call and say, ‘What are we doing?’ is a really powerful antidote to that helpless, sick feeling.”
Many of Oregon’s outdoor destinations—including Multnomah Falls, the most visited site in the state—are managed by the Forest Service.
Campfires, ATVs and even access to certain recreation sites will remain off limits, depending on the area.
Multnomah County is advising that pet parents keep their dogs out of the water in the advisory area until further notice.
Guests were evacuated July 5, the same day the blaze was reported approximately 2 miles east.