Guides

    • Hood River and the Gorge

      The Columbia River carves out the Gorge between mountainous Cascadia Peaks approaching nearly 2,000-11,000ft high. Along its mighty path are bustling cities for tourism, trade, water and snow sports, as…

    • Beaverton

      “Beaverton is so much more than Portland’s next-door neighbor. Tucked between the dramatic West Hills and Tualatin Valley farmlands, this city has its own unique identity and it’s filled with…

    • Hillsboro

      “Oregon’s fifth-largest city, Hillsboro, is surrounded by scenery. To the west is the densely forested Coast Range; to the east, Portland and Mt. Hood beckon. Inside Hillboro is a historical…

    • Tigard/ Tualatin

      “It’s called the “Indoor Entertainment Capital of Oregon” for good reason. Indoor skydiving? Trampoline palaces? Scuba certifications? Tigard has all that and so much more. This city bustles with indoor…

    • Bethany/ Rockcreek

      Many flock to the Bethany and Rock Creek areas for the strong sense of community and close proximity to Portland. From condos overlooking tantalizing cuisine options such as Brooklyn Trattoria,…

    • East Portland

      Home to historic and sought after neighborhoods such as Mt. Tabor, St. Johns, Irvington, and Laurelhurst, East Portland is known for being a foodie mecca, a home to prominent schools…

    • Cedar Mill and Cedar Hills

      An involved community, verdant parks, and booming business are all things that the Cedar Mill and Cedar Hill communities are known for. Whether you are out visiting the Columbia Sportswear…

    • Lake Oswego

      “Portland’s neighbor to the south is located just a short, scenic drive down Highway 43. Visitors will find boutiques and fine restaurants on the shores of the city’s 405-acre namesake…

    • Pearl District

      “The Pearl District is one of the most vibrant art, commercial, and residential communities in the country. Marked by cobblestone streets, historic water towers and restored brick buildings, this colorful…

    • Vancouver

      “Washington’s Vancouver lies on the north bank of the Columbia River and has a wealth of scenic beauty, recreational activities and cultural offerings for the whole family.  The fourth largest…

    • Willamette Wine Country

      The Willamette Wine Country is devastatingly beautiful. The tranquil fields and bountiful vineyards continue to expand the closer you drive to its heart. Many who tour this region take their…

    • Portland

      “Portland has many nicknames: Rose City, Beervana and Bridgetown, to name a few. Like its monikers, Portland is pretty unique. It has world-renowned chefs and hundreds of food carts; art…