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Portland International Airport offers more than 60 nonstop flights to destinations in the United States, as well as Europe, Canada, and tropical locales.
From Jones Beach to Rooster Rock to the Hood River waterfront, the Columbia River is big enough for everyone to find a beach and take a dip.
05/31/2022ByMargaret Seiler,Katherine Chew Hamilton, andJulia Silverman
Waterfalls, hikes, history, breweries, wineries, great food, a historic post office, and views galore
03/17/2022Edited byGabriel GranilloByKatherine Chew Hamilton,Conner Reed,Margaret Seiler,Julia Silverman, andMatt Wastradowski
Still wondering where to go? Las Vegas, New Orleans, San Diego, and more await.
03/10/2022ByDalila Brent,Shannon Daehnke,Gabriel Granillo,Katherine Chew Hamilton,Michelle Harris, andJulia Silverman
From pit stops to lodging to eateries, Schoolhouse's Sara Kinnamon Fritsch gives her recs for the perfect vacation at the 'crown jewel of Mount Hood.'
Valentine's Day getaways in vintage trailers in Dayton, a sprawling ranch in Bend, and more.
From the Peter Iredale wreckage near Fort Stevens to the Shoe Tree near Mitchell, seek these out on your next road trip—or just the next time you're in downtown Portland.
01/13/2022ByGabriel Granillo,Katherine Chew Hamilton,Fiona McCann, andMargaret Seiler
呆在一个梦幻的老式别墅,beat the high score at Joysticks, and meet the locals at Blue Moon.
After 2020’s heartbreaking fires, the resort sees a rebirth.
Drive the Oregon Coast, snowshoe at Mount Hood, marvel at the Painted Hills, and more. 2022 is yours for the taking.
12/28/2021Edited byGabriel GranilloByKarly Quadros,Katherine Chew Hamilton,Fiona McCann, andMargaret Seiler
Visit Hood River and White Salmon for wintry vibes and last-minute gifts.
Will Travel for Food
Spending a weekend in Seattle, Washington? From tomato-cheese katsu to Vietnamese yogurt coffee, here's what to eat.
12/16/2021ByKatherine Chew Hamilton
The Portland-based outdoor adventure group curates multi-day adventures with fresh-cooked meals and healing in mind.
Rossland, Nelson, and the West Kootenays beckon year-round with trails, history, and ’Roxanne.’
The number of breweries in British Columbia has exploded in the past decade.
30 years ago, teenage girls around the world learned about the Church of Elvis, the Bagdad, and the X-Ray Café.
From a ’90s izakaya boom to new Tamil tastes, Canada’s world cities are full of flavor.
Planning your next trip? Consider Modern Adventure, Camp Yoshi, and more.
Luis Vargas of the Portland-based travel agency says we're headed for a 'golden age of travel.' Amid a still-raging pandemic, what lessons have we learned?
Get ready to ride the rapids on the North Santiam, White Salmon, the Clackamas, the Deschutes, and the McKenzie Rivers.