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DISCOVER 4 HIDDEN WINERIES IN WILLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON

Half the fun of exploring wine country is rambling down rural roads and following tasting room signs with the anticipation of new discoveries. Sampling...

Finding Fall In & Around Eugene, Oregon

This autumn, brighten your weekend and feed your soul with a trip to Eugene, Oregon, and its environs to the east. Along with the...

Coastal Escape for the Holidays

Photo © Kiwanda Hospitality Have you been racking your brain for the perfect getaway this holiday season? Escape to the rugged coastline of Cape Kiwanda in...

Sand, Surf and So Much More in Lincoln City, Oregon

Photo © Visit Lincoln City Have you seen the Oregon Coast from the viewpoint at Cascade Head? This hidden gem of a hike—through groves of...

Holiday Shopping by the Sea, Astoria, Oregon

By Heather Larson | Photo © Heather Larson Well-known for the 4.1 mile-long, 50-year-old Astoria-Megler Bridge and the column on Coxcomb Hill, as the place...

Oregon Nouveau Wine

By Viki Eierdam WINE IS ABOUT MANY THINGS —awards, notoriety, even its fair share of pretention—but it is most firmly rooted in tradition. Vintners inherit their...

Standout Single-Malt Whiskies

By Mattie John Bamman | Photo © Shelter Point Distillery WITH WINTER RAPIDLY APPROACHING, it’s time to take stock of your options for fending off...

Ready to Roll

By Heather Larson | Photo © Sustain | Shutterstock MY MOTHER WAS A TERRIBLE COOK. Yet every Thanksgiving and Christmas morning, the sweet, spicy...

Indulge in a Chocolate Tour

By Nancy Mueller | Photo © Savor Seattle AS ANYONE INSPIRED BY THE FILM WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY KNOWS: The quest to find...

Winter Pub Crawl in Eugene’s Whiteaker District

By Sophia Bennett | Photo © Ninkasi Brewery EUGENE MAY NOT BE THE OREGON CITY with the most breweries (that’s Portland), or the highest number...

Building Bridges

By: Michaela Fujita-Conrads From modern spans to historical landmarks to art deco wonders, bridges in the Northwest are something travelers easily take for granted when...

The Devil’s Coast

by Allen Cox | Photo © Edmund Trussel Shutterstock Devil’s Punchbowl. Devil’s Churn. Devil’s Elbow. It seems the Prince of Darkness has frequented the Oregon Coast...

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