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Portland has many neighborhoods, so while the downtown area can be easily covered on foot, those who want to explore further and don’t want to drive can rent a bike from BIKETOWN, Nike’s bike sharing program, which has over 100 stations throughout the city.

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Columbia River Gorge

Thirty miles east of Portland, the Columbia River Gorge boasts miles of hiking trails and over 90 waterfalls.
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Day Trip: Mount Hood

A 90-minute drive from Portland, Mount Hood rises more than 11,000 feet above sea level and boasts the longest ski season in North America
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Day Trip: Pacific City

Pacific City is the most charming beach town along Oregon’s coastline and the destination of choice for Portlanders looking to escape the city.
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Distillery Row

Located in an area once home to warehouses, Portland’s Distillery Row is now known for its plethora of small-batch distilleries.

Forest Park

The largest urban park in the United States, Forest Park spans over 5,000 acres and sits ten minutes by car from Portland’s downtown area.
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International Rose Test Garden

The International Rose Test Garden boasts roughly 8,000 rose bushes and 590 varieties of the flower.
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Knot Springs

Opened in 2016, Portland’s multipurpose spa, gym and health center, Knot Springs, is an oasis along the Willamette River.
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Lan Su Chinese Garden

The Lan Su Chinese Garden is a beautiful, 40,000-square-foot oasis that occupies an entire city block in one of Portland’s grittier downtown areas.

Mt. Tabor Park

Oregon’s Mount Tabor is an extinct volcano that is surrounded by a 190-acre park, making it a destination for exploring the outdoors on warm days.
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Pittock Mansion

Built in 1909, this 46-room, French Renaissance–style home is one of Portland’s most beautiful architectural landmarks.
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Portland Art Museum

The oldest museum on the West Coast, the Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and resides in a sprawling space on the fringe of downtown Portland.
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Portland Japanese Garden

Opened in 1963 with the goal of fostering good will between the U.S. and Japan in the post-WWII years, Portland’s Japanese Garden is a haven of tranquility.
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