A “Wie is de Mol?” Fan Guide to Portland
Now that you’ve seen the show, are you thinking about visiting Portland and Oregon? Our pocket-sized guide (PDF) and touring map (PDF) will help you find all the places the contestants visited during their adventure. View the guide online, use the links above to download the files, or order free printed copies.
“Wie is de Mol?” episode guides
In its 17th season, the wildly popular Dutch reality TV show “Wie is de Mol?” was in the United States for the first time — right here in Oregon.
Learn more about Trillium Lake, the Hawthorne Bridge, the Bagdad Theater and Pittock Mansion — plus other nearby locations.
Discover Willamette Falls, Oaks Amusement Park and the heart of downtown Portland, along with other travel-worthy destinations.
Explore the rugged Oregon Coast, downtown Portland and the city’s first rose garden — plus world-famous Powell’s City of Books.
Episodes 4, 5 & 6
These episodes take place in the cowboy country of Eastern Oregon, home to the Pendleton Round-Up rodeo and Oregon Trail wagon ruts.
Episodes 7, 8 & 9
The candidates head to Central Oregon where they explore the Cascade Mountains, lava fields, scenic rivers and wide-open spaces.
From the peak of Mount Hood to the fertile Willamette Valley, Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory is ripe with activities to be explored. Revisit pioneer days along the Oregon Trail and enjoy year-round outdoor recreation like skiing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding, golfing and camping.
Just west of Portland, the Tualatin Valley offers outdoor adventure, from bird watching to zip-lining, and an 80-kilometer scenic bikeway. Situated in the northern Willamette Valley wine region, the Tualatin Valley has more than 30 wineries, as well as visitor-friendly farm stands and U-pick fields and ample tax-free shopping.
The beautifully rugged Oregon coast boasts 584 kilometers of dramatic rock formations, lush rainforests, waterfalls, parks, excellent hiking trails and epic scenery — all of which are open to the public. Best of all, “The People’s Coast” is less than a two-hour drive from downtown Portland.
The state’s wildest region, Eastern Oregon is home to the Pendleton Round-up rodeo, Oregon Trail history, amazing scenery and rich culture. It’s also where you’ll find two of the Seven Wonders of Oregon — the Painted Hills and the Wallowas.
Whether you prefer fly-fishing, rock climbing or skiing, Central Oregon is the perfect place to reconnect with nature. Follow in the footsteps of U.S. astronauts who used the otherworldly lava fields to practice walking on the moon and enjoy high-desert hospitality in the mountain town of Bend.
Made up of seven diverse regions, Oregon has the ocean, mountains, valleys, high desert, cities, small towns, and almost everything in between. Visit Travel Oregon, the official guide to Oregon travel and tourism information, to learn more.