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Sitting on the Columbia and Willamette rivers and in the shadow of Mt. Hood, Portland is Oregon's largest city. Priding itself for being unique, Portland hosts a thriving art, theater and music scene and is known for it's microbreweries, cofeehouses, food carts and world-class chefs. The city is also known for its parks, bridges, bicycle paths and eco-friendliness.
Portland's cultural scene offers a wide spectrum of arts and performing arts,and other activities such as:
•Portland Art Museum
•Oregon Historical Museum
•Portland Center Stage
•Live Laugh Love Art
•Powell's City of Books
•Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
•Portland Saturday Market
Famous for its outdoor activities and serene beauty, Bend is a warm and inviting town with something for everyone. With endless options for outdoor adventures, Bend also offers award-winning restaurants, botique shopping and spas.
See what else this mountain getaway has to offer and choose your adventure now!.
"Where Oregon meets the Pacific Ocean, you’ll find rocky vistas, mile upon mile of public beaches, artistic enclaves, working fishing towns, family attractions, microbrews, seafood and, yes, even surfing."
Learn more about the interesting activities to explore just 90 minutes west of Portland!
Just 90 minutes east of Portland, Mount Hood offers scenic year-round recreation, including camping, hiking and fishing and a long season of skiing.
In addition to the breathtaking views, Mount Hood offers a variety of cultural activities and culinary treats.