In October 2014, we shared a new craze that was becoming popular: Bike Polo. As the name suggests bikes replaced horses and it catered to a very different type of athlete compared to the more traditional polo. In this post we will go the opposite way and embrace the humble horse to take a look […]
I’ll admit it upfront: I’m not a skier. Few things make my bones feel more vulnerable than the idea of flying down a hill with gliders on my feet. But for those of us who like a more sedate winter sport, snowshoeing is perfect. With Mount Hood so close by, Portlanders have lots of places […]
Is your New Year’s Resolution to get (back) in shape? Whether you plan to run, walk, jog or just get off the couch, getting active is always a great goal. That being said, it’s a lot easier when you have a milestone to reach. Sure, “getting in shape” is a worthwhile goal, but that’s not […]
Golfing in Oregon can be spectacular. There are few things better than a blue sky and green fairway in the Pacific Northwest. And even in the winter, a rainy day on the course is better than a dry day off it. But sloshing through wet grass and mud can get old pretty quick. So if […]
There is nothing wrong with Multnomah Falls, but here are 5 brilliant waterfall hikes that, while still a draw to crowds, aren’t as overrun.
We checked out the local FootGolf course at Glendoveer to see what the craze is all about. And it was a freaking blast!
You don’t have to drive down to Eugene to see a good football game. You don’t even have to drive into Portland to see a decent football game. There is always something sports-minded people can do, even living on the west side.
For most people, being carried to a medical tent to get an IV in their arm would be enough to teach them that they need to train before running a marathon.
This wintery weekend’s calendar is brimming with biking activities apt for anyone and everyone eager to exercise.