Cruising along at a leisurely pace of about five miles per hour, the Brewcycle is entirely human-powered. With a minimum of 8?and up to 15?passengers aboard, it moves along at a steady clip, urged forward by the pedaling of each passenger. The on-board sound-system bumps as partygoers pedal from brewery to brewery, stopping along the way for pints and samples at Lucky Labrador, Bridgeport Brewing, Pints, and Lompoc Brewing during two-hour tours.
Twilite Limousine and Tour Company began in 2009 with a single stretch limo. Today, they provide Car and Limousine Services with some of the finest luxury SUV?s, Limousines, and Vintage-Replica Trolley Buses in the Portland Metropolitan Area at competitive rates for the region. Clients charter vehicles, such as 18-seat stretch SUV's, for private excursions, such as anniversaries, birthdays, and bachelorette parties, as well as guided tours to wine country and through the city?s holiday-light displays.
Select from a variety of standard itineraries tours or allow us to create a custom experience tailored to your clients’ individual needs. Whether it is a half-day trip to the Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls, Wine Tasting, Portland City or a full day excursion to the Mt. St. Helens, Oregon Coast or Mt.
Rare Earth Adventures' staff of outdoor guides leads clients on expeditions through the scenic wilderness of the Pacific Northwest in hiking, mountaineering, rock climbing, and snowshoe treks. With extensive training and certifications in environmental sustainability, wilderness medicine, and risk management, the guides ensure safe passage as their charges hike through the unspoiled woods of the Umpqua National Forest or scale the 848-foot face of Beacon Rock. In addition to year-round voyages near their home base in Portland, they steward a variety of international trips, leading guests on sojourns to the jungles of Thailand, the volcanoes of Mexico, and the airports of Maine.
Those hoping to demystify the backcountry on their own can enlist in one of Rare Earth's many educational programs to improve their outdoor acumen. Rather than attempting to quell an upset stomach by asking a bear for antacid tablets, guests can become their own doctor by gaining their wilderness medicine certification or learn to avoid unsafe situations while completing the outdoor leader certification.
Just west of Mount Hood, Henry Creek High Country Guides' owner and naturalist Tyler Allen puts the skills he learned in Alaska to the test, ushering clients to local fishing holes and teaching them everything from casting the line to grilling their catch in the wilderness. With a focus on conservation and respect for the environment, Allen and his groups embark on half-day trips through Oregon's lush majesty in search of a place to hook a cutthroat trout or kokanee salmon. Trips end by reeling in the day's catch and pouring a complimentary craft beer.