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You may have seen those Instagram-celebrated spots for rock-climbing and river rafting, the famous craft breweries and chef-driven restaurants that put Bend on the foodie map. But did you know about the free summer concerts, or the fact that Bend is within day-tripping distance of Crater Lake, the Pacific Crest Trail and

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In Oregon, every town has a story to tell. Many of the state’s hottest destinations for biking, paddling, fishing, fresh seafood and craft beer have only recently landed on the map for visitors. For decades, these communities had been working to reinvent themselves, to forge a new identity after timber, railroad and ot

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Remember last spring, when we exaggerated ever so slightly? The “Oregon, Only Slightly Exaggerated” animated campaign is back for spring 2019, with many of the same sweet characters — large and small — that made a lasting impression on visitors across the world. The art team at Wieden+Kennedy had a blast reinvent

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The South Willamette Valley Food Trail is a self-guided journey through Oregon’s agricultural heartland. Enjoy farm-to-table restaurants, world-class wines and unique on-farm experiences along the trail. The post

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From the Hot Wheels they wooshed around the floor when they were small to the Pinewood Derby cars they designed as Scouts, my boys have always had a need for speed. Engineers at heart, they are fascinated with how things work — how to make things faster, stronger, more efficient. So a trip to the World of Speed Motorsp

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Lincoln City has over 7 miles of shore to explore — more than any other Oregon coastal town. That’s why you’ll often see visitors in the sand with tools, digging up purple varnish clams, on the shore catching Dungeness crab, combing the beach for agates and handblown floats, and tip-toeing around tide pools teeming

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So you’ve surfed the dirt of Oregon’s mountain bike trail systems. But now you’re ready for something bigger — something legendary. The post A Weekender’s

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The Deschutes Tier of the Oregon Timber Trail showcases both the rich flavor of the volcano-rich atmosphere on the east flank of the Cascades and the dry -side, high-desert environment of Central Oregon. The post

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Of the four tiers of the Oregon Timber Trail, the Hood Tier particularly includes many outstanding natural wonders. The post Weekender Rides on the OTT Hood Tier appeared

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The literal high point of the Oregon Timber Trail is found on its southern section – the Fremont Tier. The natural world spreads out here, with broad horizons best taken in from mountaintop perches along the trail. The post

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Sample portions of the Oregon Timber Trail’s Willamette Tier in a place where off-road cycling is pretty much worshiped. The post Weekender Rides on the OTT Willamette

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You may have noticed the array of boutique hotels have popped up downtown Portland and in the hip Pearl District and central eastside — all geared toward visitors with an eye toward style and personality. Think: local tea and coffee in each room, colorful art and book collections in the lobby, and rustic, modern decor.

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Hundreds of thousands of pioneers traveled west on the Oregon Trail in the 19th century and landed in The Dalles (then called Dalles City), the end of the primary land route. Here, they either decided to settle, raft the Columbia River farther west or later risk a treacherous trip by wagon on the Barlow Trail. Among the

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There’s no doubt that the Oregon Coast is filled with landscapes that stretch the imagination. But there are some attractions that are in a quirky class by themselves. The post The Oregon Coast’s Most Su

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What’s traveling when you have to leave your best friend at home? Thankfully, options abound for our furry friends across the state, where dozens of hotels, resorts and state parks do much more than simply allow your good girls and boys to share your room. From personal, proportionally sized pet beds to psychic reading

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One of Oregon’s most distinctive features is its rugged, mountainous landscape. Those peaks, forged in large part due to volcanic activity and converging fault lines, have helped form one of the West’s most alluring — and elusive — attractions: hot springs. Those steaming pools, whether naturally formed or piped

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Rock climbing in Oregon is as varied as the state’s dramatic landscapes. There’s something for all seasons and all skill levels, from beginner-friendly top-rope climbs in the cool Willamette River Valley to the Lost Lake boulders below Mt. Hood to Spring Mountain’s challenging multi-pitch sport routes outside La Gr

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For the last couple years, I have wanted to complete the Three Sisters circumnavigation. The trail is legendary among backpackers, just as the namesake mountains are iconic in Central Oregon. Finally my dad and I were able to schedule the trip for summer 2018. The post

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Ready for a time-out from your frenetic pace? You’re ready for Bandon. For families looking to reconnect with one another the old-fashioned way — you know, face to face — there’s no better place to put the technology away. The post

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Whether you're new to Oregon or lived here all your life, chances are you haven't seen it all. The post Trips for Your Oregon Bucket List appeared first on

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Whether you're new to Oregon or lived here all your life, chances are you haven't seen it all. The post Trips for Your Oregon Bucket List appeared first on Tra

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Sometimes you just want to get away — far away — from your daily routine. And when you're ready to recharge, you might want to unplug too. The post Relax and Recharge in Oregon appeared first on

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Sometimes you just want to get away — far away — from your daily routine. And when you're ready to recharge, you might want to unplug too. The post Relax and Recharge in Oregon appeared first on

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"Are we there yet?" isn't something adults hear much when road-tripping around Oregon. It's not only the rapidly changing landscapes that enchant; there's just so much to keep active kids entertained. The post Ore

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"Are we there yet?" isn't something adults hear much when road-tripping around Oregon. It's not only the rapidly changing landscapes that enchant; there's just so much to keep active kids entertained. The post Oregon F

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Just some of the unusual places you'll find only in Oregon. The post Oregon Oddities and Offbeat Destinations appeared first on Travel Oregon

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Just some of the unusual places you'll find only in Oregon. The post Oregon Oddities and Offbeat Destinations appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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All the pet-friendly experiences we love in Oregon. The post Your Pup Wants to Explore Oregon Too appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Why Oregon's food scene is kind of a big deal. The post This is What Oregon Tastes Like appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Lace up your hiking boots; there's a lot of ground to cover. The post Find Your New Favorite Trail in Oregon appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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