Take a Dip: Best Pnw Swimming Holes

The Pacific Northwest has an abundance of great places to cool off in the summer. Here is a compilation of some of my favorite places to go once the weather has risen above the comfortable 65 degrees and the masses have flooded the city. Lower Lewis Falls This is a great place for cliff jumping into some deep [...]

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Camp for free: The Painted Hills

Have you ever driven east on the 84 past Hood River...past the Dalles...and just kept going?It's vast, and open and there's suddenly a peace of mind that comes over you, as you drive down the open road with nothing in view. The dirt reaches up until it fades into the blue skies, and large wind mills speckle the hills as they roll by.

The grandeur of Abiqua Falls

Nestled in the foot of the western cascades lies the waterfall that was almost forgotten, hidden in a basalt rock canyon almost 100 ft tall, unlike the waterfalls up the road at Silver Falls State Park, Abiqua Falls definitely stands above the rest with grandeur, massive volume and exquisite remoteness.

The Capes on the Oregon coast

The adventure partner and I set out on a coastal road trip this past weekend to visit Thor’s Well & Cooks Chasm out on Cape Perpetua and Cape Kiwanda which is the smallest of the three capes in Pacific City, we had a blast adventuring through the rocks and the moody weather for some good [...]

The Wildflowers at Rowena Crest

Just a short hour and half drive from Portland, Or is that PNW road everyone’s talking about: Rowena Crest, it’s a perfect horseshoe curve along the road heading through the Dalles and the Columbia River Gorge and It’s beautiful! Just a road you say, but there is so much more, from the wildflowers blowing in [...]