What we're about

Our group is geared for those in their 20's to 40's and those young at heart who are open to a sense of adventure.

Adventure society is an organization designed to foster great relationships while enjoying the great outdoors the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We foster communication, adventure and the welcoming spirit of the northwest where we encourage everyone to get outside and enjoy the greater world with Adventure Society.

Basic Group Guidelines.

Our organizers are volunteers and work hard. Be respectful to that.

Basic group rules.

No posting random events on our message board. Please message an organizer and we can make it an official event.

If you rack up 3-5 no shows within a calendar year you will receive a ban from Adventure Society. Or have a higher then 50 percent no show rate over time... A no show is tallied if you fail to show up for an event or unsign up for an event 24 hours before the start time. This does not allow time for those waiting on the waitlist to join.

If you're on the waitlist still please message the event host. We set limits for a reason - just showing up while your still on the waitlist is extremely rude and you will be removed from the group.

Strictly no harassment of other members allowed.

To be a member of Adventure Society we ask that you have a profile picture of yourself.

Group message board is for discussion of Adventure Society Events. No solicitation allowed.

Upcoming events (5)

Dressed to impress Prom Social

Lower Macleay Park

Shawn & Erika bring you the third annual dress to impress hike Round 2! Meet time 6:00 PM Start Time 6:10 PM Come relive your prom or bring out that old tux and cocktail dress.... Please wear your most formal attire and dress to impress on this wonderful theme hike. We don't recommend high heels though as they might be hard to hike in! A little about the history of Pittock Mansion Henry Pittock (c[masked]) was born in London, England but grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1853, when Henry was 19, he headed west on the Oregon Trail to seek his fortune. A year later, his future wife Georgiana Burton (c[masked]) left Missouri with her family and headed west as well. When Henry and Georgiana arrived in the area, Portland was a frontier “stumptown” competing with Oregon City to become the major trade and industrial center for the region. Henry found work as a typesetter at The Oregonian at a time when the newspaper industry was financially risky and fiercely competitive. More than 30 newspapers were launched in Portland during this period. On June 20, 1860, Henry and Georgiana married and five months later, he was given ownership of the paper in exchange for back wages. Henry went on to transform The Oregonian into a successful daily newspaper that is still printed toda Covid-19 Update - Adventure Society Social interaction has some great health benefits and we hope that we can achieve some social connections while staying safe and social distancing. We ask that anyone attending wear a mask when they can't be at least 6 feet away from one another. Right now we are not doing any indoor events or carpooling. If you have a health condition or are immune compromised or live with anyone with those conditions we ask that you not attend. If you're feeling under the weather in any ways please don't attend. We will not be doing any no shows at the moment. PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Adventure Society organizers are volunteers. We come prepared to lead you on a trail or off trail hike but assume no liability for your safety getting to or from the trailhead or on the hike. In case of accident, illness, or other incapacity, hikers must pay for their own medical and/or evacuation expenses, whether or not the hiker has specifically authorized them.

Council Crest hike - Get some pent up energy out!

Marquam Nature Park

Sorry about the last minute! Another meetup i was attending got canceled. So let's hike! Meetup Time 6:00 Leave by 6:10 sharp! A little about the hike This hike is a good way to get some decent elevation gain within the Portland city limits. The destination, Council Crest, is a park built atop a summit with great views on a clear day. The summit of Council Crest is reachable by car, and there are closer trailheads, but you will get a better workout with the described route. There are a few street crossings, but most of the time you are under a leafy canopy dominated by big-leaf maple, vine maple, Douglas-fir, and western hemlock. Covid-19 Update - Adventure Society Social interaction has some great health benefits and we hope that we can achieve some social connections while staying safe and social distancing. We ask that anyone attending wear a mask when they can't be at least 6 feet away from one another. Right now we are not doing any indoor events or carpooling. If you have a health condition or are immune compromised or live with anyone with those conditions we ask that you not attend. If you're feeling under the weather in any ways please don't attend. We will not be doing any no shows at the moment. PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Adventure Society organizers are volunteers. We come prepared to lead you on a trail or off trail hike but assume no liability for your safety getting to or from the trailhead or on the hike. In case of accident, illness, or other incapacity, hikers must pay for their own medical and/or evacuation expenses, whether or not the hiker has specifically authorized them.

Pittock Mansion Hike

Lower Macleay Park

Michael and Shawn bring you... Join us for a jolly trek up from lower marquam to the pittock mansion. Come join us for a dose of social interaction in a time of social isolation.! Meet time 6:00 PM Start Time 6:10 PM A little about the history of Pittock Mansion Henry Pittock (c[masked]) was born in London, England but grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1853, when Henry was 19, he headed west on the Oregon Trail to seek his fortune. A year later, his future wife Georgiana Burton (c[masked]) left Missouri with her family and headed west as well. When Henry and Georgiana arrived in the area, Portland was a frontier “stumptown” competing with Oregon City to become the major trade and industrial center for the region. Henry found work as a typesetter at The Oregonian at a time when the newspaper industry was financially risky and fiercely competitive. More than 30 newspapers were launched in Portland during this period. On June 20, 1860, Henry and Georgiana married and five months later, he was given ownership of the paper in exchange for back wages. Henry went on to transform The Oregonian into a successful daily newspaper that is still printed toda Covid-19 Update - Adventure Society Social interaction has some great health benefits and we hope that we can achieve some social connections while staying safe and social distancing. We ask that anyone attending wear a mask when they can't be at least 6 feet away from one another. Right now we are not doing any indoor events or carpooling. If you have a health condition or are immune compromised or live with anyone with those conditions we ask that you not attend. If you're feeling under the weather in any ways please don't attend. We will not be doing any no shows at the moment. PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Adventure Society organizers are volunteers. We come prepared to lead you on a trail or off trail hike but assume no liability for your safety getting to or from the trailhead or on the hike. In case of accident, illness, or other incapacity, hikers must pay for their own medical and/or evacuation expenses, whether or not the hiker has specifically authorized them.

Bella Farms Haunted Corn Maze

16205 NW Gillihan Rd

Bella Farms Haunted Corn Maze is still on this year! Let go opening night October 2nd we will meet at 8:30pm Description From Bella Farms: https://bellaorganic.com/haunted-corn-maze/ What is a Haunted Maze?: Get lost in acres of corn, in the dark, on Friday and Saturday nights in October! Terrifying creatures stalk you as you make your way through our Haunted Corn Maze! This year our Sauvie Island Haunted Corn Maze theme will be inspired by the Netflix hit original series, Stranger Things! Be prepared to be haunted by dark ghouls and goblins, chased by zombies, as you make your way through our very own Upside Down while avoiding Demogorgon. Per Bella Farms MASKS are required at all times on their property. Good shoes are a must we will be in a field that can get muddy and slippery be prepared for this. Cost is $25 per person, recommend buying tickets online to save time and save a $1 buy using coupon code: Haunted$1 Covid-19 Update - Adventure Society Social interaction has some great health benefits and we hope that we can achieve some social connections while staying safe and social distancing. We ask that anyone attending wear a mask when they can't be at least 6 feet away from one another. Right now we are not doing any indoor events or carpooling. If you have a health condition or are immune compromised or live with anyone with those conditions we ask that you not attend. If you're feeling under the weather in any ways please don't attend. We will not be doing any no shows at the moment. PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Adventure Society organizers are volunteers. We come prepared to lead you on a trail or off trail hike but assume no liability for your safety getting to or from the trailhead or on the hike. In case of accident, illness, or other incapacity, hikers must pay for their own medical and/or evacuation expenses, whether or not the hiker has specifically authorized them.

Past events (359)

Tyron Creek Hike - with social distancing.

Tryon Creek State Natural Area

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