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These fall hikes near Portland prove that autumn is an ideal time to explore Oregon wilderness, admire seasonal flora and fauna, and visit nearby farms.
Stay cozy with creative autumnal beverages like spicy drinking chocolate, gingerbread chai and S’mores Stout from Portland restaurants, bars and cafés.
Freshly-picked Pacific Northwest apples are a local favorite, and many Portland-area orchards allow visitors to pluck the fruit right off the branch.
The autumn hops harvest marks an extra-special season for local brewers, who celebrate with fresh hop ales and festivals.
Participate in a costumed fun run, carbo-load with endless spaghetti or qualify for the Boston Marathon in the Portland region's best running events.
Every September, spectators gather to see the world’s largest roost of Vaux’s swifts swarm and spiral into the chimney of a Northwest Portland school.
Skip the Black Friday frenzy (and the sales tax) in favor of a fun, locally made alternative: Little Boxes.
Already legendary for its craft spirits, urban wineries and copious microbrews, Portland is now on the forefront of the next adult beverage wave: cider.
From corn mazes to dance performances, half-marathons to haunted houses, Portland provides the perfect Halloween plans for any scare-seeking witch or warlock.
Portland is rife with spooky lore and tales of things that go bump in the night; find them with these mysterious spots and spirited walking tours.