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   A Sense of Place

  • The Portland Aerial Tram provides a spectacular view of the city. The Portland Aerial Tram provides a spectacular view of the city.

  • Mount Hood, located 45 miles from campus and in view of downtown Portland, is a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding in the winter, or hiking and camping in the summer. Mount Hood, located 45 miles from campus and in view of downtown Portland, is a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding in the winter, or hiking and camping in the summer.

  • Only 30 miles from campus, the scenic Multnomah Falls stands 620 feet tall and is a popular destination for Portland locals and visitors alike. Only 30 miles from campus, the scenic Multnomah Falls stands 620 feet tall and is a popular destination for Portland locals and visitors alike.

  • Tryon Creek State Park provides a tranquil backdrop for those studying in Wood Hall. Tryon Creek State Park provides a tranquil backdrop for those studying in Wood Hall. Copyright Robert M Reynolds

  • The Columbia River Gorge, 30 miles from campus, offers a variety of opportunities for outdoor recreation including hiking, cycling, and water sports. The Columbia River Gorge, 30 miles from campus, offers a variety of opportunities for outdoor recreation including hiking, cycling, and water sports.

  • Portland was once again named America’s Best Bike City in 2012 by Bicycling Magazine. Portland was once again named America’s Best Bike City in 2012 by Bicycling Magazine.

  • Tryon Creek State Park, located adjacent to our campus, is a beautiful setting for a walk or run. Tryon Creek State Park, located adjacent to our campus, is a beautiful setting for a walk or run. Robert M Reynolds

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