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Bend Family Mountain Bike Tour
"Start your mountain bike adventure at the tour office in Bend where you'll be fitted with a rental bike and helmet. Then take a shuttle to the biking trail chosen by your guide for a low-intensity ride customized for beginner mountain bikers.You’ll cover an approximate 6- to 12-mile (9.7- to 19.3-km) route in a depending on your group’s technique and ability level. Expect mostly flat terrain with some gradual uphill climbs and easy descents that allow you to safely improve your skills.As you ride down singletrack and doubletrack trails through ponderosa pin enjoy a relaxed pace and stop when you want to rest refuel with healthy snacks and take photos. Your guide can carry your camera and gives you a water bottle to keep after the ride.At the end of the tour you'll ride back to the office for provided Deschutes Brewery beer and Humm kombucha.Please note rider skill levels in the ""Special Requirements"" field at time of booking for your customized experience. Failure to provide this informa
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Bend Half Day Mountain Bike Tour
"With hundreds of miles of world-class singletrack just outside of town Bend is a prime mountain-biking destination in Central Oregon. This morning or afternoon adventure offers mountain bikers a personalized tour in a small group of like-minded enthusiasts.From the tour office in Bend get suited up with a bike rental and helmet before riding a shuttle to the trailhead. Your guide selected route will include a variety of trails such as the well-known Phil’s Trail system and can include fast cornering never ending singletrack and technical features with rocks and exposure.Ride at a moderate pace with some short breaks for healthy snacks and photo ops and experience an exhilarating fast-flowing descent as you shred down the trail. Your guide is available to help you improve your riding skills by going over some skills during your ride.At the end of the tour you'll ride back to the office where you can refuel with provided Deschutes Brewery beer and Humm kombucha.Note: Before booking
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Downtown Portland Bike Tour
"Starting in downtown Portland in either the morning or afternoon follow your guide on an easy mostly flat 9-mile (14-km) bike ride through the city. Travel along bike lanes and stop to admire the views of the skyline the river and the city’s many bridges. While riding along the waterfront pass the 19th-century brick and cast iron-fronted buildings of Old Town. Continue into bustling Chinatown and on through the Pearl District where turn-of-the-century warehouses have been turned into art galleries shops and restaurants surrounded by soaring glass apartment buildings. You’ll make several stops in this interesting area to snap photos and learn some interesting history. Pass Henry Weinhard’s 140-year-old brewery and a fortress-like armory tha
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Greyhound or Amtrak

Union Station is a beautiful old landmark that seems much lonelier than what it used to be when I was a kid. Then, the station was abuzz with people and trains. The trains still do come though and it...
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Bridge of the Gods

Some say around 1200 AD – but other evidence points to dates like 1450 or even the 1700’s – was when a huge landslide came down off Table Mountain and Greenleaf Peak up to the north in Washington...
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Wheatland Ferry

You come to Wheatland to cross the Willamette River. There has been a ferry here since the 1850's when it was first established by Daniel Matheny. Today you cross on the Daniel Matheny V, an...
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Portland International Airport

The international airport - PDX - is an easy one to navigate. Portland is a destination point and only serves as a hub for local flights, so you don't have too many people running around from one...
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Lightrail and Metro

TriMet (Tri-County Transportation District) operates the city bus services and light rail trains in the Portland area. The light rail trains (essentially modern tram to the world outside the USA and...
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Walk..it's great!

One of the reasons why visitors don't need a car in Portland is that shortly after the city was founded, early developers decided that city blocks should only measure 200 x 200 ft. While some people...
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Car/Rental Car

Portland is one of two major metropolis in the Pacific Northwest and is serviced by train. Amtrak runs from Vancouver, BC in Western Canada to Los Angeles, CA. Portland's train station is of...
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Bicycle

You'll see bicycles everywhere in Portland. It's a very "green" way to get from Point A to Point B. To see a list of suggested places to rent bikes, click here.
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TriMet

It's easy to get around Portland without having a car. The public transportation works well, feels safe and clean. That includes the rail system and buses. We had a week long pass and I was able to...
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PACIFIC CREST TRAIL

There are several National Trails in the US which cover thousands of miles. The most famous is the Appalachian Trail in the Eastern US. Many start out each spring with the hope of walking its entire...
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Interstate 5 in Oregon

[This tip is in progress, and has to do with Interstate 5 and things of interest along it.]From South to North:Please see my Willamette Valley Tip as it gives a bit more detail on the communities...
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Amtrak Cascades service in Oregon

There is only one route traversed by regular passenger trains in Oregon, and that is a north-south route from Vancouver, Washington through Portland to Eugene, with a single daily train continuing...
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Northwest POINT: Portland to Northwest Coast

Communities on the Oregon Coast tend to be somewhat cut off from the rest of the state due to the major north-south transportation corridor (by road or rail) being located in the Willamette Valley -...
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WESTPORT FERRY

The “Wahkiakum” has been running across the main channel of the Columbia River between Puget Island and Westport, Oregon since 1962 making its ten minute crossing every hour. It is the last of many...
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Top Hotels in Oregon

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506 S.W. Washington, (formerly 5th Avenue Suites), Portland, Oregon, 97204, United States
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66 East 6th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States
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170 Highway 101, Florence, Oregon, United States
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Rim Drive, Crater Lake, Oregon, 97604, United States
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3125 Ryan Drive Southeast, Salem, Oregon, 97301, United States
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744 South-West Elizabeth Ave., Newport, Oregon, 97365, United States
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Top Things to Do in Oregon

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Downtown

Opened in 2006, the Portland Arial Tram is mostly used by those needing to get to Oregon Health and Sciences University near the top of the hills overlooking Portland. The arial tram connects the...
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Skinner Butte Park

While not vast, Skinner Butte Park has 100 acres of forest, playground, trails, climbing walls and various other features that make it seem far larger than it actually is. The primary feature of the...
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Hug Point State Park

In the 19th and early 20th century there was no highway as exists now. Locals had to use the beach as a highway which was a reasonable option south of Cannon Beach to the headlands of Cape Falcon. ...
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Hatfield Marine Science Center

The Marine Science Center in Newport is a branch of Oregon State University, and has been conducting ocean research for many decades, including research ships and other efforts. Opened in 1965, the...
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Capitol Building

It doesn't look like it from below, but the Capitol Building in Salem offers a viewing deck of sorts. Offered during many normal weekdays, and in concert with the Capitol Building Interior Tour, the...
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sea lion caves

We had read about this and wanted to stop and see it as we drove down the coast on highway 101 or 1. We stayed about 30 minutes. Lots of sea lions .. be prepared its ... well there is a odor .... sea...
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