Find Your Next Adventure

Walk, hike, bike, bird, paddle, play...experience The Intertwine.

With such a wide variety of adventure possibilities right outside your door, it's easy to connect with nature. For ideas on our region's best places to play, check out these Intertwine adventures contributed by local leaders, residents and naturalists.

Find yourself on The Intertwine today

The historic Stanger House at the Jane Weber Evergreen Arboretum.

Explore the vision for the Jane Weber Evergreen Arboretum to become a main attraction as a public green space, community garden and stop along the Waterfront Renaissance Trail.

The view from the promenade

Discover Oregon City's rich history as the former seat of the Oregon Territory's first provisional government, and take in beautiful views of the Willamette Falls, once claimed by England. In this 1.5 mile Oregon City exploration, you'll ride on of the nation's only municipal elevators, stroll a bluff-top promenade overlooking thundering Willamette Falls and pass some of Oregon's oldest homes. Several of the homes passed are open as museums.

Esther Short Park Bell Tower

Few places in the Northwest can claim as many historic and scenic attractions in such close proximity as Vancouver's Discovery Historic Loop. This 2.3-mile trail winds through Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Officers Row, and downtown Vancouver, connecting to the Columbia River waterfront by Columbia Street on the west end and the Vancouver Land Bridge on the east. The walk can be completed in an hour, but more time is needed to do it justice.