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Heading out on a Southern Oregon road trip? Now you can pull out the Great Umpqua Food Trail map to find some 70 mouthwatering stops in the “Great Umpqua” region. The post Tasty Adventures on the

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So you blinked and missed the start of Feast Portland tickets this year, and now your FOMO is coming on strong? Never fear, your last-minute guide to Feast Portland is here. The post Last-Minute

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It’s no wonder why Crater Lake is one of Oregon’s wonders. The vast basin of cerulean blue waters surrounded by an old-growth forest and colorful rock formations makes for a stunning sight. The post

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Some vacation destinations shine brightest in the summer, others put on their best show in winter. Known for its non-stop outdoor adventure, cultural abundance and craft beverage scene, Bend is delightful year-round. The post

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Oregon is all about hidden gems, those lesser-known places that shine without the spotlight. The South Willamette Valley is chock-full of these jewels. The post Treasures of the South Willame

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Here in Forest Grove — just 25 miles west of Portland, in the heart of Willamette Valley wine country — farmland, vineyards and forest beckon you to hike, bike, fish, paddle and stroll. It’s also a hot spot for sipping and tasting: handcrafted wine, beer and cider complement the Pacific Northwest's only sake-brewin

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Bandon is the quintessential Oregon Coast destination, with enough of all of these things to keep you busy for a week just to hit the highlights. If you have less time than that, let this be your guide to making the most of your time in this South Coast town. The post

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The brand-new self-guided Wallowa Barn Tour in this remote northeastern corner of the state invites roadtrippers, photographers, cyclists and history buffs to experience the living history of this region through 31 beautiful barns. Along the way, you’ll find small towns, glacially carved landscapes and idyllic spots t

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Oregon is undoubtedly one one of the dog-friendliest states around, which means a lot on road trips. After all, what’s a vacation if your four-legged friend has to stay at home? We consulted one of our favorite pups, Daisy, for some of her top spots to hop out of the car when she and her owner, Nickie, are on one of th

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Camping is by far my favorite way to explore Oregon. There is no better way to get familiar with a place than by sleeping under the stars at night and hiking the trails during the day. To help inspire your upcoming summer adventures, I’ve created a list of some of my favorite campgrounds in the state, along with review

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Oregon summers are all about sunshine. But when you’re ready for an escape from the heat, we have lots of easy ways to cool down. Here’s how to find relief with a shady hike, a misty waterfall, a cool lava tube, a chilly ice rink, a frozen treat and more. The post

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Willamette Valley wine country’s new boutique hotel, which opened in April 2018, is like a love letter to Oregon — featuring the work of more than a dozen makers, vendors, purveyors and artists. Just about everything you’ll see and touch — from the furniture and art to the books and organic tea and custom scents

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Flying kites in Lincoln City isn’t just for kids. For many, it’s a lifelong passion. And, as the experts will tell you, it’s something anyone can do — with a little practice. David Gomberg has been making and flying kites since childhood. Decades later, he drove his sweetheart (now wife) to Lincoln City and, on t

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What’s unique about Winding Waters River Expeditions is that it’s not just about rafting, fishing or kayaking — it’s about the food, the stargazing, the music and the camaraderie that comes after the adrenaline-fueled experience itself, in the downtime at the camp along the riverbanks each night. The post

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There’s a place on Oregon’s South Coast where you can ride through a coastal forest on ribbons of clay dirt, with moderate climbs and gentle descents. The tree canopy shelters you from rain, and the 10 miles of cross country-style trail system will eventually expand to about 30, connecting to the beach with views of

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There’s no need to leave a precious family member behind when you travel to Bend. Bring your fur baby along and enjoy the area with many dog-friendly options for your next vacation. The post Have Dog, Will Travel to

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The Retreat and Links at Silvies Valley Ranch in Eastern Oregon is a gold mine nestled within 140,000 acres of rolling hillside, fields of fragrant sage brush, forest and beautiful meadows hugging the various creeks, wetlands and the Silvies River. What may seem like the middle of nowhere will soon become the middle of e

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Whether you love to hike, camp, fish, paddle, bike, picnic or enjoy bird walks through Central Oregon’s public lands, you can use Discover Your Forest as a one-stop shop to give back — everything from trail restoration and litter pickup to helping at public events or counting wild horses in a herd. The post

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Through a curtain of trees, we could see the rushing water. After a few switchbacks, we made our final descent to the fall. We felt like we had stumbled upon a hidden gem as we were the only ones there. The post

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It was July, 1992, when I rolled into Oregon. We drove from Chicago in our red '87 Nissan Sentra, through flat landscapes and peak summer heat. When mountains began to appear in the horizon, I joked to my friend, "See those mountains there? I bet you those mountains are Oregon." I was right. The post

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The post 5 Ways to Experience Astoria’s Maritime Heritage appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Once a year, visitors are invited to the Pauline Ricks Memorial Pow-Wow Grounds at Government Hill in Siletz, midway between Lincoln City and Newport, about 10 miles inland, for the annual Nesika Illahee Pow-Wow. It’s one of several Native celebrations across Oregon that welcome visitors each summer and fall. Th

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Woodburn is a place rich with culture to discover — year-round but especially during the summer. Each August brings the three-day Fiesta Mexicana, one of the state’s largest celebrations of Latino food, culture, art, music and community. The post

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It’s not something the average Oregonian would likely understand until they’ve done it, however, it’s what duck hunters have been waiting all year for! With flooded farm fields to vast amounts of open water, Oregon duck-hunting opportunities are in full supply. The post

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The post Gear Up for Adventure at Portland’s Historic Mountain Shop appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Who can resist an Oregon coastal adventure? It's easy to get enamored with windswept vistas, to be astonished by otherworldly sea stacks, and to be happily satisfied by all the sea-to-fork food. Explore the splendor of Oregon’s South Coast in four fun-filled days. Highlights include jet boats, secluded beaches, fat-ti

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Morrison’s has two companies that operate as one: Morrison’s Rogue Wilderness Lodge and Morrison’s Rogue Wilderness Adventures. Together, they make for a one-of-a-kind adventure getaway located in the tiny community of Galice, 16 miles downstream of Grants Pass on the banks of the Rogue and far from anything else.

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The Rogue Valley is prized for its unique terroir — warm days and cool nights, nestled between the Cascade, Siskiyou and Coastal ranges and the Pacific Ocean; the temperature flux enhances the sugar-acid balance and the flavors of the grapes. The post

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Like many Oregon chefs, Andres and Ariana Fernandez of Bend's Ariana restaurant have embraced the hyper-local, sustainable ethos. Menus change seasonally, if not daily. Chefs make everything from scratch and source ingredients from local purveyors. And diners happily clean their plates. The post

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Family-owned businesses Hellgate Jetboat Excursions and the exclusive Hellgate River Lodge have been leading trips like this since 1959 — a jet boat ride on the Rogue with the option to stop over at their scenic day lodge. The post

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