THINGS TO DO

Multnomah Falls

About 30 miles east of Portland is the second tallest year-round waterfall in the United States.  For those ready for a good hike, there is a moderate 2.2-mile trail with 700 feet of elevation gain to the top of Multnomah Falls, or a difficult 5.4-mile loop to Wahkeena Falls with 1,600 feet of elevation gain.

Oregon Coast

It doesn’t get much more coastal than this region. And thanks to a pioneering beach bill, all 363 miles of Oregon’s coastline remain free and public.   U.S. Route 101, a major north–south U.S. Highway along the coastline, is about an hour and a half drive west of Portland.

Eat & Drink

Oregon’s incredible ingredients, from black truffles and hazelnuts to sustainably caught tuna, salmon and crab, prepared by award-winning chefs and paired with any one of the thousands of handcrafted beers and wines Oregon produces.

Oregon Zoo

Founded in 1888, the oldest zoo west of the Mississippi is located just minutes from downtown Portland via MAX light rail in visitor-friendly Washington Park. The zoo is home to 2,697 animals from more than 215 species.

Rose Garden

Portland’s International Rose Test Garden is the oldest official continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States. Unofficially known as the Portland Rose Garden, the space features more than 10,000 roses.

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