Oregon Travel & Outdoors
Amtrak Cascades trains still not running between Portland, Seattle due to landslide
The Cascades service was suspended Tuesday after an atmospheric river has brought heavy rain and a landslide north of Vancouver blocked the tracks.
New climbing permits required to scale Mount Hood starting in 2024
Permits will be required for everyone looking to top Oregon’s tallest mountain.
Oregon State Parks will expand same-day online reservations statewide in 2024
Last-minute reservations were first rolled out on the Oregon coast in 2023.
Will Biden administration let Alaska-Hawaiian airline merger fly? Here’s what regulators will weigh
The Biden administration has taken a tough stance against mergers — particularly another pending airline deal.
Salmon River Trail is a peaceful escape at Mount Hood
Big trees, a running river and lots of moss make an inviting getaway in the mountains.
Alaska Airlines to buy smaller rival Hawaiian for $1.9 billion
The combined company would keep both airlines’ brands.
How a tiny Oregon town became ‘world famous’ for its signature hot dogs
For more than 40 years, the hot dog has been the star seller at the Langlois Market.
PDX shooter charged with trying to kill mom, sister, aunt and uncle
The family members were not at the airport when Laura Patterson fired a gun on Nov. 15.
This Oregon ski resort is one of the 5 best in North America, the Wall Street Journal says
Three other Oregon ski resorts also made the list.
Bike touring through the San Juan Islands: Peak Northwest podcast
Touring the Washington islands on two wheels offers a different perspective.
Garage sale find inspires Astoria Christmas Club and a promise
Tim and Melba O'Bryant and crews of volunteers bring holiday magic to downtown Astoria each year.
Mt. Bachelor announces opening day this weekend as snow returns to Oregon
The central Oregon ski area will open its 2023-24 season on Dec. 2.