Capturing a fleeting moment along the Oregon Coast Trail: sunset over the Pacific Ocean at the base of Heceta Head, home of the famed Heceta Head Lighthouse, north of Florence, Oregon
Foraging for fungus in Estacada, Oregon, means immersing in a pastime that locals pursue with a passion.
Viewing Earth from 30,000 feet is a humbling experience, yet the miracle of air travel has become routine, a commodity.
Portland’s 4T provides a way to loop Oregon’s most bustling metro on foot, including four miles of hiking through mossy forests of towering spruce trees.
Perched high on a hill above Astoria, Oregon is a beautiful and intricate memorial built in 1925. You can launch a balsa wood airplane while taking in the view of the Columbia River as it meets the Pacific Ocean.
If you’re going to bike on city streets, make it Portland. Drivers know the rules, dedicated lanes are there for cyclists, and you can get around town quickly.