Willamette Week’s guide to getting the most out of the sun-soaked season by means of a series of trips to widely varying destinations throughout the state and across the Columbia River in Southern Washington
Cascade Mountain highs—from elevation-gaining hikes to flights of small-batch gin—are perhaps most enjoyable in Bend’s less crowded neighbor to the north.
From whitewater to wine to luxuriously warm (and ice cold) pools, these neighboring Gorge towns will help you get soaked.
The North Coast’s country cousin is home to some of the best stuff made by nature or humans in the region.
This quickly growing northern Clark County town is rich with history, a hub for outdoor recreation and a birders’ paradise.
Home to a charming Main Street, farm-to-table restaurants, tasting rooms galore and the Spruce Goose, this is where you’ll find the heart and soul of wine country.
Our guide to the best ice cream sandwiches in Portland.
Five Portland tour companies are enhancing our love and understanding of Portland, one step at a time.
The Gateway to the Gorge is the perfect place to get wet ’n’ wild.
Our trusty light rail system can whisk you away to Portland’s suburban playgrounds, where an ‘80s-themed arcade, a sprawling wildlife preserve, gallons of beer and unique pizza await.