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Curious travelers planning an adventure to this wild pocket of the Pacific Northwest should pack boots and cowboy hats — you’ll need both while exploring this arid side of the Cascades. The region is rich in history (hello, prehistoric fossil beds) and also offers incredible opportunities to soak up the high-desert s

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Home to some of the most varied terrain in the West, from old-growth conifer forests to ancient volcanic formations to vast high-desert plains, Southern Oregon offers dozens of memorable opportunities for both quick-and-easy nature walks and rigorous wilderness treks. The post

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It's football season — and Ducks and Beavers fans definitely won't go hungry in Eugene and Corvallis. The post Beavers and Ducks Fans’ Guide to Game Grub appeared first on

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Take the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail for a tour of the pristine South Coast and all its creative tastemakers. The post Road Trip Along the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail ap

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Bend is a winter playground for all, thanks to an incredible roster of adaptive skiing programs offered through Oregon Adaptive Sports. The post Oregon Ada

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In Oregon there is a growing number of Bigfoot-related events and tours — for the convinced, the curious and everyone in between. The post On the Search for Sasquatch in Oregon appeared first o

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You’ve seen the whimsical animations of Oregon. Now the enchanting artwork is coming to the real world, proudly painted on walls in Oregon. The post Oregon Mural Trail appeared first on

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The best time to try Salem's culinary scene just might be October, Salem Dining Month, when nearly two dozen restaurants offer the ultimate dinner deal. The post Salem Dining Month appeared first on

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Oregon is magic. If you need another reminder, pick up a free poster of these animated images. The post Where to Get a Magical Oregon Poster appeared first on

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The historic Wolf Creek Inn has a long history of eerie tales from visitors and past owners. The unexplained activity continues after the 135-year-old building reopened after a major renovation. The post

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The Dalles has been popping lately with all sorts of new energy and creative enterprise. Here’s what’s fresh and exciting to explore on your next Columbia River Gorge road trip to The Dalles. The post Wha

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Calling all sorcerers, it’s that special time of year again. The leaves are falling, the air is crisp and a favorite part of the Portland Region is transforming for its famous October celebration, Spirit of Halloweentown. The post

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Welcome to Oregon’s Detroit Lake area, where the rivers, forests and lakes are a natural playground all year-round. Here’s how you can make the Detroit area your gateway to the outdoors. The post

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If you unfold a map of Oregon, the Willamette National Forest takes the shape of a sprawling evergreen patch to the east of the Willamette Valley — the lush heart of a state where conifer forests carpet nearly half the landscape. It appears both magnificent and intimidating. The post

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The outdoor recreation hub of Sweet Home beckons with its abundance of evergreen-shrouded trails, rippling lakes, tumbling waterfalls and scenic highways. The post Road Trip: Sweet Home appeared first

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It’s not every day that you can arrive into town by ferry. But Independence, a charming small town on the banks of the Willamette River, is not your average destination. The post Road Trip: Independence appeared

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The endless view of ocean on the horizon is the ultimate lookout point. We spent a weekend exploring our favorite North Coast trail runs and tacking on the best places to eat, drink and relax after a run. The post

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The crisp fall air has Oregon's winter sports enthusiasts ready to gear up for ski season. Here are the upcoming events building excitement. The post Winter Ski Season Kick-Off Events appeared

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Getting outside on the trail in Oregon is a balm for the soul. If you have eager young campers who can trek a few miles, why not plan your first overnighter? The post Easy Family Backpacking Trip

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With its powdery snowfall, mountain ranges and 300 annual days of sunshine, Central Oregon is one big outdoor playground any time of year. The post Endless Autumn Adventures in Centra

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You may have sampled the craft beers, hiked the trails and taken some sweet rides on the powdery slopes in Central Oregon. But have you experienced the landscape by air, toured the city by electric car or collected thundereggs in the high desert? The post

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Witness the forces of nature along this 68-mile/109-kilometer drive, from trails through grand forests to a ragged headland that displays the foamy power of the Pacific. The post Trees to Sea Scenic Bywa

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From the highest point in the Coast Range to the broad, sandy beaches of the Central Coast, one of Oregon’s newest byways follows the Alsea River on a delightfully meandering 72-mile/116-kilometer tour. The post

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The steely blue McKenzie River sets the course for this 34-mile/55-kilometer riverside route, which links the fruitful Willamette Valley to the fragrant fir forests of the Cascade Mountains. The post

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An eastward drive from Portland through the Columbia River Gorge brings a few colorful surprises. There is, of course, the landscape’s gradient shift from evergreen to golden. An hour spent cruising along the river on Interstate 84 sees the moss-draped cliffs and basalt spires of the national scenic area give way to th

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It begins a couple weeks after Labor Day as the summer heat begins to ebb. There’s no official start date to the season, which depends on the hop harvest. Rather, notice starts to spread by word of mouth. A sighting! The first of the fresh-hop beers come in a trickle, but soon there’s a steady flow, and then, by the

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There are few better jumping-off points for day trips to lesser-known places than Bend. It's also the perfect place to begin multiday getaways to some of Oregon’s least crowded and absolutely incredible sights. Here are a few road-trip ideas to get you going. The post

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Since I first heard of it, I’ve wanted to explore this 79-mile trail winding through the Umpqua National Forest between Diamond Lake and Roseburg. Completed in 1997, the trail follows the high ridgeline above the river, snakes through towering forests of hemlock, fir and pine, and skirts multiple waterfalls as it follo

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Home to evergreen forests, arid deserts, snowy peaks, grassy prairies, rocky coastlines and almost every ecosystem in between, this sprawling state is a wonderland of potential ingredients. Our bounty — from grass-fed beef in Eastern Oregon to sweet Dungeness crab harvested from beds of eelgrass off the Coast — feeds

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Autumn is prime time for country escapes. As you travel back roads, you’ll pass colorful leaves turning mountain slopes golden and scarlet hues. You can taste crisp cider from heritage barns and pick buckets of apples for baking pies. Up pop the pumpkin patches and corn mazes, as well as the aroma of ripening pears. In

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