Experiences both Portland’s rugged outdoors and renowned wine scene on this 6-hour small-group tour. Visit the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area where you see waterfalls, admire the Cascade Mountain Range, and look out for Bald Eagles and Osprey. Then explore Hood River with its lush forests and stop at a variety of boutique wineries to sample locally produced wines including the much talked about Oregon Pinot Noirs. Leave the logistic and driving to your guide while you relax, taste fantastic wines, and learn about Oregon’s natural beauty.
Cross state lines into Washington on this full-day trip from Portland to Mount St. Helens, led by a professional naturalist guide with extensive knowledge about the local geology and ecosystem. Learn about the Pacific Northwest’s most famous active volcano through nature walks and exhibitions, and then make it back to Portland by evening.
Start your day with delicious tastes from Portland locals’ favorite spots. Discover the the beginnings of Portland’s food scene and why we’re on the world’s radar for food trends. On this morning walking food tour we visit some hole-in-the-wall shops and restaurants which have left their mark on the city. Let a local guide take you to breakfast, elevensies, lunch and dessert!Dietary restrictions: we CAN provide substitutions for vegetarians and non-alcohol guests, but CANNOT provide substitutions for vegan diets. Please note, we cannot guarantee all stops will have substitutions for gluten and dairy allergies. All allergies and dietary restrictions must be indicated in advance at time of ticket purchase.
With its famous food carts in abundance of restaurants running the gamut from funky to chichi, Portland is a great place for foodies. This small walking tour takes you all around downtown Portland, with stops at a selection of great local eating spots. You can expect to taste all sorts of treats. Typical examples include local seafood, wine, and beer, delicious desserts, and seasonal farm-to-table delights!
Bike and trek through the magnificent Columbia River Gorge on this half-day trip from Portland. Experience the iconic beauty of the Pacific Northwest as your guide leads an all-ability bike ride through the Gorge, stopping to hike and explore majestic waterfalls.
This 2 1/2 hour 4 mile tour takes you to some of the city's most famous donut shops for a taste of Portland's most delicious doughy delights - all food included! We'll cruise between 4 donut shops and ride through several of Portland's most lively and iconic neighborhoods including Old Town, Chinatown, the Pearl District, the Park Blocks, Portland State University and the scenic Portland Waterfront. Our first stop is NOLA with their rich, chocolaty layered La’ssant. The next is the deservedly famous Blue Star, where we'll sample the French brioche-based doughnut that graced the cover of Food & Wine magazine. Then on we go to local favorite Coco Donuts, which not only has scrumptious donuts but also roasts their own coffee. Then we cruise down the hill, along the river and to the most famous place in Portland, Voodoo donuts where we'll skip the line (often an hour long!) and try the notoriously delicious bacon maple bar (vegetarian option available).
With more breweries than any other city in the US, Portland is a beer drinker’s dream. It can be hard to decide where to start, so this craft brewery tour takes you to a handful of the best on the city’s East Side, a neighborhood known for its innovation but off the radar of many tourists. Challenge your taste buds and find your new favorite brew, from West Coast IPAs to seasonal lagers and barrel-aged beers.
It's all about the bike ride! Our approach is to spend more time riding, but always stopping to smell the roses! Start in the inner Eastside neighborhoods, where we will fit you for a bike and helmet, ready for a sweet 9-11 mile ride through a pretty residential neighborhood, to our favorite rose garden, into an art-heavy industrial district, across the sexy Tilikum Bridge, and onto Portland's waterfront. From there, it's a visit to Old Town/Chinatown, and pop into the Pearl District, before we head back over another bridge back to our shop!You'll visit a total of five of the city's quadrants, ride over two bridges, and along the Willamette River. We'll visit a number of almost-secret beaches, read poetry written in the sidewalks and rocks, see public art of every shape, color and texture. And have you tried some of the city's best doughnuts? Now you can! (And no, we don't mean Voodoo.) All along the way, we'll tell the stories of the city we love.Bikes, helmets and water provided.
Immerse yourself in the scenery and story of Portland on this small-group sightseeing tour. With your naturalist guide, visit verdant urban parks, eclectic neighborhoods and some of the city’s most treasured landmarks including the famous Powell’s Books. Enjoy a breakfast of tea and pastries as you traverse the city in style.
Explore beautiful central Portland and sample some of the city’s iconic brews on this afternoon bike tour. Accompany your expert guide on a leisurely bike ride to several classic Portland microbreweries, including Lucky Lab and Rogue, for some fun and informative beer tasting.
Want to see a bit of Portland and get some exercise while you're at it? Try a walking tour in the center of the city. You can choose from three tours based on your interests: the first covers the city's architecture and parks, the second focuses on the arts scene, and the third is dedicated to what makes Portland weird.
Portland's chocolate scene is overwhelming; let us navigate you through its origins, passionate makers, and diversity with this walking tour that delves into what some call "decadence" but we call "delight." Chocolate is a virtue! And when paired with wine, another specialty of the Willamette Valley, we believe you'll find this tour unmatched in breadth and deliciousness.Our tour hits both the well-known highlights and some of the secrets of the chocolate scene, with a few surprises we don't want to give away. You'll taste chocolate in myriad forms and styles; think of it as a chocolate education. Trust that you will not leave the tour wanting!The tour in total is about 2.5 miles (4km), mostly flat walking, with several tastings of chocolate -- just the right amount so you'll have room for wine as well! We keep groups very small, so you'll have an intimate experience with your enthusiastic guides.(Contact us for larger groups or private experiences; we are happy to accommodate!)
This Best of Portland award-winning walk clarifies why Portland is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live. By the end of our walk, you'll want to move here too. You’ll hear about early and modern Portland as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, downtown trains & streetcars, fountains and friendly people. Even locals are amazed and entertained by what they learn. This walk meanders through the most fascinating portions of the city, leading eventually to the waterfront.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of central Portland as a local would—by bike. On this bike tour, ride through Portland’s historic west side, exploring art galleries, food carts, iconic breweries and 19th-century architecture. Then head to Waterfront Park for great river views and bridge spotting.
Take a spin around the City of Roses with this bike tour of essential Portland. Pedal through the city's historic Old Town, along the river on the Waterfront Esplanade, through the Park Blocks with their many green spaces and the hip Pearl District. Learn about the spirit of Portland from knowledgeable guides as you see the city as many of the locals do—by bike.
Dine around Portland in the evening with this food and drink tour in the Northwest Portland Slabtown and Alphabet District neighborhoods. This walking tour will take you to five different restaurants where you'll get to try wine, pasta, Asian fusion food, and dessert. The tour ends at a craft brewery where you'll get to round off your culinary experience with a pint on the house.
Eat your way through the trendy Alberta Arts District with this walking food tour. Not only will you get to try treats from local eateries and food carts that line this hip neighborhood, but you'll also get to learn all about Oregon Pinot Noir from a local winemaker. A maximum group size of 12 keeps this guided tour feeling intimate.
Experience a piece of Portland's culinary scene on a walking tour that introduces you to local food and beverages. With a guide, you'll explore the Central Eastside industrial district where old mills and warehouses are now home to food producers who have helped Portland earn its modern reputation as a foodie city.
Our tour provides the best of its category -- best bicycles, best guides, best vehicles, best snacks! We transport our guests and bikes in Mercedes Sprinters, and our guides ride with our very small groups. You'll get personal attention and the safest experience we can provide.Like no other active tour of the gorge, we tell the stories that are just beginning to awaken from this place. Beyond the 180 years of pioneers and loggers, before the century-old highway, this was the land of people with a rich mythology. We tell the stories that have been told to us by the indigenous people as best we can. But what's most important, we remember the long long history this place holds.Our tour also provides the most active hiking and visits waterfalls you will not see on other tours.
Pedal through the bike-friendly city of Portland to sample some of its best beers with this brewery bike tour of Portland. Stop at two breweries favored by your knowledgeable guide. Finish the tour with a final micro-brew right in the bike shop.
Visit the lush trails of Portland's gargantuan Forest Park, the only urban wilderness park in the U.S. Your guide will take you along forested trails, telling you about the plants, animals, and history of the park—and the region—as you walk. And if you feel like turning back, there's no pressure. The hike is a moderate 3–5 miles (5–8 kilometers) long, but can be shortened or adjusted to meet your needs.
Explore some of the culinary hotspots on two wheels with this 2.5-hour foodie bike tour of Portland. Get around like the locals do in this bike-friendly city. Find out what makes the food cart culture special with this classic Portland experience.
Escape Portland for a private full-day trip to the scenic Columbia River Gorge! Soak up the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest as you trek through waterfalls, witness panoramic views, and learn about regional wildlife and the river’s early pioneers at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Maryhill Museum of Art.