28 September 15
You can't do this in NapaRogue Wilderness Adventures
, an award-winning river outfitter on Southern Oregon’s Rogue River is announcing brand new wine adventure tours in Southern Oregon’s pristine wilderness. Highlighting the best of Oregon’s flourishing wine industry, farm to table food offerings, and heart-pumping outdoor adventure, these trips offer travelers the chance to hike, fish and raft their way through the Rogue River corridor.
Taking cue from their popular Wiking (wine and hiking) trips, these trips are selected to highlight a beautiful time of year on the Rogue River during the months of August through October, and feature wine, food, and fun. Guests explore miles of whitewater and scenic trails by day and relaxing by night to try the best Oregon local vintages with guided tastings by resident wine sommelier Liz Wan. Guests can choose from a number of trip options: Read More...
25 July 15
By CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS
Salt needs pepper. Romeo needs Juliet. And your epic nature trip to Crater Lake might need a cultural detour.
Enter Ashland, Ore., which sits in the bucolic Bear Creek Valley about 90 miles southwest of Crater Lake and 16 miles north of the California border.
It was born in the 19th century as a mill town on the banks of Ashland Creek. But things took a turn in the early 1890s. Read More...
19 September 14
Photo by Alisha Jucevic
Mt. Ashland's summit elevation of 7,533 feet gives the ski area a vertical drop of 1,150 vertical feet with 220 acres of varied skiing and riding terrain. Four chair lifts provide access to 23 ski trails plus epic open bowl skiing. Forty acres of trails are lit for night skiing. A Tudor-style mountain lodge provides food service, bar/lounge, ski school, retail and ticket sales. Ski and snowboard rentals are available. Read More...
05 September 14
By CAITLYN PILKINGTON
Visit this historic Pacific Northwest town for some great running, racing and food.
Bordered by emerald landscape just 15 miles north of the California border sits Ashland, a quaint Renaissance-esque stop best known for Shakespeare, good grub and trail running.
“From town or anywhere along our 5-mile corridor you can be on dirt in a matter of moments,” says Hal Koerner, two-time Western States 100 champion and owner of Rogue Valley Runners in downtown Ashland. “The terrain here is forgiving but the climbs and descents are rather robust. That mix helps make our area unique and has a little something for everyone. Whether it’s a 3-mile run through the well-manicured Lithia Park or a 4-hour dusting in the watershed to the Siskiyou Crest, we have you covered.” Read More...