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Tumbling down the rabbit hole with Alice or observing our nation’s fascinating train history, tunnels have an undeniable intriguing allure. Whether seeking a historical hike or simply a new trail to try, these hikes that include tunnels will not disappoint. Of course, use caution around tunnels, as trains are still

If you live in Oregon, you know it’s one of the most gorgeous US states. The forests are breathtaking, and if you live near one, as so many Oregonians do, you can enjoy tons of outdoor activities every year. This year, in particular, is one where Oregon residents are likely

Do you have an idea of activities to take together with your kids? Maybe you are thinking of outdoor activity or a family trip. Look no more. There is a history of families planning fly fishing vacations with their children and end up happy. The only challenge that parents have

The snow is melting, and the sun is shining in southern, eastern, and western Canada. Across the 9.98 million km of land resides every single biosphere, over 80 thousand species, and endless hours of fun and excitement. Whether you want to take your bike across the prairies, hike in the

Many people don’t realize (or don’t even consider) that hiking is beneficial in many ways. Hiking has mental and physical advantages to enjoy — and it’s usually free of charge. As they say, the best things in life are free — and this sentiment definitely applies to hiking. But why

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The Siskiyou Challenge is just what it sounds like: a true test, with mountains involved. Originally founded in 2009, the Challenge is a multi-sport race including road cycling, running, mountain biking, trail running, and kayaking that wound through Ashland and utilized the Cascade Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway, along with Emigrant Lake—all

In many parts of the country, winter isn’t even close to being over. And while frigid temperatures might make you want to hibernate until April, the reality is that there’s so much beauty — and fun! — to be found outside. Whether you participate in popular winter sports like skiing

After a long 11-year term leading the Pac-12 through ups and downs, Commissioner Larry Scott will be leaving his position on June 30, 2021. The Pac-12 Conference announced the decision after ongoing discussions between the parties, who came to a mutual agreement that it was time to renew the leadership.

A glowing piece of Portland’s long hockey legacy was lost recently when Art Jones died on Feb. 3 at the age of 86. Back in the 1960s and 1970s, when the Portland Buckaroos were the scourge of the Western Hockey League – it was a minor pro loop back then,