Meet the Neighbors in Mosier

Just east of the Cascades where wintry clouds can’t easily catch us, the sun shines romantically upon Mosier, Oregon, casting long shadows between the orchard rows at Runcible Cider, and glinting off the Columbia River that wends in the distance. The unassuming charm of Mosier will sweep you off your feet, or set them to dancing with live music at Mosier Company (MoCo). MoCo is Mosier’s community living room, created by lifelong “Mosier-grown” friends to serve up locally-sourced and hand-crafted food, beverage, and fun! Stop by and raise a pint of cider with Kelly and Rob from Runcible, high five Mosier’s mayor, Arlene Burns, and maybe offer a friendly chin-scratch to MoCo’s favorite doggo, Goose. 

With over two hundred days of sunshine for enjoying year-round outdoor activities (like biking the Mosier Twin Tunnels), three wineries, a cidery, and welcoming neighbors like these, you won’t be hard-pressed (wink) for a reason to visit this gem in the Columbia River Gorge.

Meet more of our neighbors here. 

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