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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide-2 Hood River Distance from Portland: 60 miles If your blood thirsts for adventure, join the locals and go windsurfing at Hood River. Or, to take it to the next level, you can sign up for a beginner kiteboarding course with a buddy at Kite The Gorge and let yourself be whipped over the river. Once you'v...

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide-4 Bend Distance from Portland: 175 miles In central Oregon, the town of Bend is home to great breweries like Deschutes, named for the river that runs straight through the city. Before you partake in its multiple frothy offerings, try stand-up paddleboarding — just make sure to lean into the wind......

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide-3 Columbia River Gorge Distance from Portland: 16 miles There is no cleaner, fresher scent on Earth than standing underneath a waterfall after walking down a trail surrounded by lush ferns and fir trees. The 80-mile-long, 4,000-feet-deep Columbia River Gorge has dozens of picturesque vantage points, but we personally love the Horsetail Falls trail, an easy 2.6…

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide7 Timothy Lake Distance from Portland: 62 miles Head to Mt. Hood National Forest for a good ol' camping trip. Make sure to bring an inflatable raft or rent a canoe to paddle on the pristine lake. If you stay at the Hoodview campsite, you'll be surrounded by giant fir trees, with a view of Mt. Hood, an 11,000-foot mountain that stays snow-capped even on a 90-degree…

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips Columbia River Gorge Distance from Portland: 16 miles

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide8 Astoria Distance from Portland: 96 miles Two random facts you should know about Astoria: It was Lewis and Clark's last stop on the northern Oregon coast, and it's home to the house from The Goonies. Have a beer at the Fort George Brewery and walk along the pier, where you can see a colony of sea lions lounging around.Fort George Brewery, 1483 Duane Street, ...

Oregon State Park. I've been to Oregon, unfortunately never got to hike it. I will, though, next time I go--Oregon (esp. its forests) is so ethereally beautiful.

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Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips

Get Out Of Portlandia! 10 Epic Weekend Trips #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/08/71921/portland-weekend-trips#slide1 Crater Lake Distance from Portland: 233 miles This may be a drive, but a visit to the U.S.' deepest lake — and the world's ninth — is worth the trip. As the Oregon National Park's main attraction, the incredibly clear lake is true to its name with a depth of 1,943 feet — a result of a volcano collapsing into a giant caldera, or more simply put "a crater." You can…