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From Mt Hood to the Oregon Coast, Explore Oregon

These aren't your typical bike routes. Oregon Scenic Bikeways are the state's best road rides, showcasing incredible, only-in-Oregon scenery — along high-desert highways, past geologic wonders, on covered bridges, next to roaring rivers, over snowy mountain passes and through charming communities. Not one Oregon Scenic

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The post Northeast Oregon Arts Trail appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Words like “epic” might get thrown around a lot, but for Bend, the label fits. An active weekend in Bend without a car provides just enough time to soak in Central Oregon’s legendary sun, explore the Cascade Range, lap up life on the river and relax in the state’s great logger-turned-lager town. The post

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Words like “epic” might get thrown around a lot, but for Bend, the label fits. An active weekend in Bend without a car provides just enough time to soak in Central Oregon’s legendary sun, explore the Cascade Range, lap up life on the river and relax in the state’s great logger-turned-lager town. The post

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Set amid rolling hills of green and gold, verdant mountains, and the orchards and farms just southwest of Portland, Yamhill County does two things best: world-class wine and walkable small towns. With more than 300 wine producers calling the area home and regular buses to regional destinations, getting there isn’t a pr

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Set amid rolling hills of green and gold, verdant mountains, and the orchards and farms just southwest of Portland, Yamhill County does two things best: world-class wine and walkable small towns. With more than 300 wine producers calling the area home and regular buses to regional destinations, getting there isn’t a pr

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Oregon’s Central Coast offers rugged Pacific Northwest scenery, from soaring headlands to pristine crescent beaches. You’ll also find the quintessential seaside attractions that resonate both with kids and playful adults. You can rent bikes, learn to surf, book whale-watching and charter-fishing cruises, and ramble a

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Oregon’s Central Coast offers rugged Pacific Northwest scenery, from soaring headlands to pristine crescent beaches. You’ll also find the quintessential seaside attractions that resonate both with kids and playful adults. You can rent bikes, learn to surf, book whale-watching and charter-fishing cruises, and ramble a

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One of the coolest little towns on the Oregon Coast actually lies just inland from the ocean along a magnificent span of the Columbia River. If you’re a beach lover, fear not: Hip and historic Astoria is an easy bus ride from the Pacific. This former trading hub and salmon-canning center has become a haven for painters

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One of the coolest little towns on the Oregon Coast actually lies just inland from the ocean along a magnificent span of the Columbia River. If you’re a beach lover, fear not: Hip and historic Astoria is an easy bus ride from the Pacific. This former trading hub and salmon-canning center has become a haven for painters

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Moments in the wilderness can be really wild — biking through muddy singletrack, hiking up remote trails and eating all the dried fruit and nuts that spilled in your pack. But life in the wilderness can also be elegant, filled with lavish dinners, wine tastings, cozy B&Bs and soaks in tiled hot spring pools.

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Moments in the wilderness can be really wild — biking through muddy singletrack, hiking up remote trails and eating all the dried fruit and nuts that spilled in your pack. But life in the wilderness can also be elegant, filled with lavish dinners, wine tastings, cozy B&Bs and soaks in tiled hot spring pools.

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It was my day off, and most to all my friends were either working or were out of town for the weekend. I figured it would be an ideal day for a solo hike. After looking through my travel journal, I decided to finally cross Marion Falls off the list. The post

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Whether it’s skiing, snowboarding, sledding, tubing, snowmobiling or just making snow angels, playing in a fresh blanket of sparkling snow is magical. It’s easy to do all of that in Eastern Oregon, where the pristine backcountry brings plenty of white stuff each winter. The post

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If you ask 10 people in Oregon to name their favorite hiking trail, they’ll likely give you 10 different answers. From Portland’s Wildwood Trail, to the Pacific Crest Trail, to the Oregon Coast Trail and every trailhead in between, Oregon is a hiker’s dream come true. The post

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For the all-female fishing team Team Wraptor, it isn't the size of the catch that matters the most but rather it's the memories you make, memories that last long after the fishing gear is put away. The post

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While summer brings newer surfers and families to the Oregon Coast, winter is for hardcore surfers and other dedicated water adventurers. Lifelong surfer Dan Murdey is one of them. The post Ride th

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The post Find Sun and Snow in Klamath County appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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The holidays are fast approaching, and these fall weekends are too precious to be spent inside prepping for houseguests. Luckily in Oregon, the state is your oyster. The post Easy Willamette Valley G

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"Travel Oregon: The Game" pays tribute to the classic game you might remember from elementary school. The post Play Travel Oregon: The Game appeared first on Tra

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Mountain lovers head to the Rose City for the annual 6-day Portland Alpine Festival (Nov. 13-18, 2017) — a showcase of 40 outdoor-focused events, including a speaker series by top-level athletes, films, clinics and more. The post

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The trees, trails and landscape of the Columbia River Gorge may have been scorched by the September 2017 Eagle Creek Fire, but the region’s majestic beauty lives on. Lucky for us, the Gorge is back open for business and welcoming visitors with open arms — whether it’s apple-picking, wine tasting, shopping for art o

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I grew up wishing for a year-round winter. Even at an early age, I realized how special Central Oregon was and how lucky we were to have this private winter playground. The post Coming Home to an Ore

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Whether you're hitting the trail, rocking a concert, or just playing lawn games with friends, the guys at GoodLife Brewing know that the right beer can make any good day that much better. They invited us to Bend to share their vision, their beer, and teach us how to live the good life. The post

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