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Peak Northwest

The Oregonian/OregonLive

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Peak Northwest

Peak Northwest

The Oregonian/OregonLive

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Hosts Jamie Hale and Jim Ryan take you to some of the greatest destinations in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.

Latest Episodes

Tips for hitting the trail during the coronavirus outbreak

As the coronavirus crisis continues, closures and restrictions remain in place for many outdoor areas across the region. On this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast, we continue to dig into the complicated issues around recreating outside during the pandemic. Check our regularly updated list of what outdoor spaces have reopened and what areas are still closed. Read Jamie’s story about whether people need to wear a face mask while hiking. View a handy chart about how to handle your business outdoors. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26 MIN3 d ago
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Tips for hitting the trail during the coronavirus outbreak

Outdoor spaces are slowly reopening. Now what?

Trails, parks and boat ramps are slowly reopening in Oregon as we inch our way closer to summer. But with the coronavirus pandemic ongoing, the threat of transmitting COVID-19 in public places means that closures and restrictions remain in place for many outdoor spaces across the state. On this week’s episode of Peak Northwest, we cut through the confusion and answer some of the big questions outdoor enthusiasts have right now. Check our regularly updated list of what outdoor spaces have reopened and what’s still closed before going out. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Outdoor spaces are slowly reopening. Now what?

Campfire stories: A mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip

In the finale of our campfire stories, producer Dave Killen shares the tale of a mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip. Then, we share a heartwarming story from a listener. We're getting back to more typical Peak Northwest programming, but we've loved hearing and sharing stories from listeners, and we want to keep that going. If you’d like to submit a story, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33 MIN2 w ago
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Campfire stories: A mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip

Campfire stories: Our spookiest tales

We're focusing on tales of spooky adventures on this week’s Peak Northwest podcast episode — the latest in our series of campfire tales. Want to submit an outdoors or adventure story of your own? Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature more submitted stories in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

28 MIN3 w ago
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Campfire stories: Our spookiest tales

Campfire stories: Your memorable animal encounters

We asked for your stories from the outdoors. And you delivered, responding with some darn good ones. So this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast — the fourth in our series of campfire tales — features several great stories submitted over the past few weeks. Want to submit an outdoors or adventure story of your own? Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature more submitted stories in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 MINAPR 30
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Campfire stories: Your memorable animal encounters

Campfire stories: Adventures that pushed us to our limits

We all like to share the best moments from our outdoor adventures, but sometimes our most difficult experiences are the most rewarding. On this week’s episode, we look past the pretty photos to share experiences that pushed us to the limit — and taught us some valuable lessons in the process. We want to hear your stories, too! To submit your own campfire story, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’ll be featuring some of our favorites in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MINAPR 23
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Campfire stories: Adventures that pushed us to our limits

Campfire stories: Our unforgettable animal encounters

Whether it’s a bear sighting, a critter who gets too close or a feisty creature who wants you to scram, we all have stories about memorable contacts with animals while out in nature. So this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast — the latest in our “campfire stories” series — is dedicated to unforgettable animal encounters. Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature some of our favorites in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 MINAPR 16
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Campfire stories: Our unforgettable animal encounters

Campfire stories: A climb takes an unexpected twist; a run-in with a sooty grouse

We’re breaking out some of our favorite campfire stories, and and we want to hear yours! If you’re interested in sharing a story from a past adventure, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. Keep your stories about 3 minutes or less. We hope to include some of our favorites in future episodes. Read Jamie’s story about his trip to the Enchanted Valley. Check out Jim’s report about how firefighters saved the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge. Watch Jim’s latest Peak Northwest video or catch up on past episodes. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

24 MINAPR 9
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Campfire stories: A climb takes an unexpected twist; a run-in with a sooty grouse

How to stay active while stuck inside

Spring has sprung in the Pacific Northwest, but our favorite outdoor spaces are presently sitting empty, as most of us stick close to home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Oregon. It hasn’t been easy for the outdoorsy among us. After all, a walk around the neighborhood is no hike in the mountains. But there are ways to stay active and sane during this period of quarantine. This week on the Peak Northwest podcast, we explore some of the routines, workouts and escapes we’ve been trying at home. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26 MINAPR 2
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How to stay active while stuck inside

The state of travel and recreation amid the coronavirus outbreak

The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has shaken up life as we know it, with thousands of people in the Northwest becoming sick and many more finding themselves unemployed. Amid the upheaval, a loss of travel and recreation should fall low on our list of concerns. But we, like you, long for days outdoors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 MINMAR 26
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The state of travel and recreation amid the coronavirus outbreak

Latest Episodes

Tips for hitting the trail during the coronavirus outbreak

As the coronavirus crisis continues, closures and restrictions remain in place for many outdoor areas across the region. On this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast, we continue to dig into the complicated issues around recreating outside during the pandemic. Check our regularly updated list of what outdoor spaces have reopened and what areas are still closed. Read Jamie’s story about whether people need to wear a face mask while hiking. View a handy chart about how to handle your business outdoors. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Tips for hitting the trail during the coronavirus outbreak

Outdoor spaces are slowly reopening. Now what?

Trails, parks and boat ramps are slowly reopening in Oregon as we inch our way closer to summer. But with the coronavirus pandemic ongoing, the threat of transmitting COVID-19 in public places means that closures and restrictions remain in place for many outdoor spaces across the state. On this week’s episode of Peak Northwest, we cut through the confusion and answer some of the big questions outdoor enthusiasts have right now. Check our regularly updated list of what outdoor spaces have reopened and what’s still closed before going out. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Outdoor spaces are slowly reopening. Now what?

Campfire stories: A mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip

In the finale of our campfire stories, producer Dave Killen shares the tale of a mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip. Then, we share a heartwarming story from a listener. We're getting back to more typical Peak Northwest programming, but we've loved hearing and sharing stories from listeners, and we want to keep that going. If you’d like to submit a story, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. Support this podcast and local journalism by subscribing to OregonLive for just $10 a month. Go to oregonlive.com/podsupport. Thank you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Campfire stories: A mountain climbing misadventure and cross-country road trip

Campfire stories: Our spookiest tales

We're focusing on tales of spooky adventures on this week’s Peak Northwest podcast episode — the latest in our series of campfire tales. Want to submit an outdoors or adventure story of your own? Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature more submitted stories in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Campfire stories: Our spookiest tales

Campfire stories: Your memorable animal encounters

We asked for your stories from the outdoors. And you delivered, responding with some darn good ones. So this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast — the fourth in our series of campfire tales — features several great stories submitted over the past few weeks. Want to submit an outdoors or adventure story of your own? Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature more submitted stories in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 MINAPR 30
Comments
Campfire stories: Your memorable animal encounters

Campfire stories: Adventures that pushed us to our limits

We all like to share the best moments from our outdoor adventures, but sometimes our most difficult experiences are the most rewarding. On this week’s episode, we look past the pretty photos to share experiences that pushed us to the limit — and taught us some valuable lessons in the process. We want to hear your stories, too! To submit your own campfire story, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’ll be featuring some of our favorites in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MINAPR 23
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Campfire stories: Adventures that pushed us to our limits

Campfire stories: Our unforgettable animal encounters

Whether it’s a bear sighting, a critter who gets too close or a feisty creature who wants you to scram, we all have stories about memorable contacts with animals while out in nature. So this week’s episode of the Peak Northwest podcast — the latest in our “campfire stories” series — is dedicated to unforgettable animal encounters. Leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. We’re hoping to feature some of our favorites in future episodes, and we’d love to hear from you. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 MINAPR 16
Comments
Campfire stories: Our unforgettable animal encounters

Campfire stories: A climb takes an unexpected twist; a run-in with a sooty grouse

We’re breaking out some of our favorite campfire stories, and and we want to hear yours! If you’re interested in sharing a story from a past adventure, leave a message on our podcast hotline, 503-221-4345, or send a voice memo to podcasts@oregonian.com. Keep your stories about 3 minutes or less. We hope to include some of our favorites in future episodes. Read Jamie’s story about his trip to the Enchanted Valley. Check out Jim’s report about how firefighters saved the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge. Watch Jim’s latest Peak Northwest video or catch up on past episodes. Reliable local journalism matters now more than ever. Please support our work for just $10 a month. Subscribe now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

24 MINAPR 9
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Campfire stories: A climb takes an unexpected twist; a run-in with a sooty grouse

How to stay active while stuck inside

Spring has sprung in the Pacific Northwest, but our favorite outdoor spaces are presently sitting empty, as most of us stick close to home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Oregon. It hasn’t been easy for the outdoorsy among us. After all, a walk around the neighborhood is no hike in the mountains. But there are ways to stay active and sane during this period of quarantine. This week on the Peak Northwest podcast, we explore some of the routines, workouts and escapes we’ve been trying at home. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26 MINAPR 2
Comments
How to stay active while stuck inside

The state of travel and recreation amid the coronavirus outbreak

The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has shaken up life as we know it, with thousands of people in the Northwest becoming sick and many more finding themselves unemployed. Amid the upheaval, a loss of travel and recreation should fall low on our list of concerns. But we, like you, long for days outdoors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 MINMAR 26
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The state of travel and recreation amid the coronavirus outbreak
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