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The post Spring Waterfall Hikes appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Whether it be a first date or golden anniversary (or any old Saturday night), there’s always reason to celebrate with some of Oregon’s most decadent treats: native truffles, oysters and sparkling wine. Typically reserved for special occasions, you can’t help but feel happy when eating oysters, indulging in truffles

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Some foods are meant for parties. Paella — the classic Spanish rice dish typically studded with chorizo, chicken, shellfish and veggies — is one of them, arriving at the table sizzling hot from the fire and ready for sharing. Like most Spanish food, it’s best when paired with an abundance of strong cocktails and go

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Oregon is extraordinarily fortunate. The state ranks at or near the top when it comes to being green. This color dominates the countryside, mountains, towns and cities. It’s particularly vivid along Portland’s tree-lined streets and throughout her forested hills. The post

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What is it about waterfalls that makes them so captivating? My husband, Gary, and I took a Southern Oregon waterfall tour with the kids and it was one of our best trips of all time. We enjoyed every moment of the serenity — the quiet meditation as we hiked to each waterfall was so calming and surreal. We kept our eyes

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Bend has established itself as an ideal setting for three sports in one day, thanks to the proximity of Mt. Bachelor's spring skiing and the region's high-desert climate, which offers a moderate year-round temperature as well as an average of 160 sunny days per year. The lines between surfing, skating and snowboarding ar

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There are many reasons why the Cannery Pier is the perfect honeymoon destination. Every room has a spectacular view. There’s a nightly wine and cheese hour. The front desk has a solid collection of movies filmed in Astoria. You can get a schedule of passing ships. Guests can take complimentary rides to and from downtow

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Tillamook County is blessed with an abundance of rivers. Each hides secret prizes and angling adventures — like winter steelhead, the silver-sided prizes that anglers will endure tough outdoor conditions to catch. The post

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Through hands-on displays with music, crafts, storytelling, dialogue, fashion, historical mementos and more, the "Racing to Change" exhibit tells the story of the black fight for equality, which continues today here and across the United States. The post

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The post Test Video Embed appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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To many Oregon glassblowers, their work is both art and science. You can experience the adventure of glassblowing in Oregon by learning to make your own glass ornaments, paperweights, floats and other creations in a beginning glassblowing workshop. The post

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While the Columbia River’s salmon and steelhead are the most iconic species in the system, the “Big C” has also become ground zero for another notable game fish — a whiskered, invasive redheaded stepchild of the animal kingdom: the common carp. The shoreline structure and flats of the Columbia River provide expan

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Next time you’re in the mood for a beer-cation, there’s a hot spot worth exploring: Sisters — the rustic, outdoorsy haven 20 miles northwest of Bend — is home to the United States’ first beer spa. The post

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The late afternoon light wanes as Scot Violette trudges up a steep incline in the Umatilla National Forest. I trail a dozen or so paces behind when he hollers to his hiking partner, Pete Nelson: “Hey, I think I’ve found a footprint.” I scamper up the slope to get a closer look. The post

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The late afternoon light wanes as Scot Violette trudges up a steep incline in the Umatilla National Forest. I trail a dozen or so paces behind when he hollers to his hiking partner, Pete Nelson: “Hey, I think I’ve found a footprint.” I scamper up the slope to get a closer look. The post

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Mt. Hood is a magnet in the winter. These lodging options bring benefits from luxurious spas, to idyllic views, exciting experiences and authentic après-ski gatherings to make your wintertime Mt. Hood visit even more memorable. The post

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The post Eat Your Way Up the Coast appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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It was late fall. It was my day off. I finished all my homework the night before. And I was ready to get out of the house. Just before leaving I checked the forecast — rainy with a chance of rain — but as a true Oregonian, this was no obstacle. With my rain jacket packed, I drove down Highway 22, entering the Mt. Jef

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There are bike and surfboard racks on the walls of your room, and wet suit racks in the shower. But that’s hardly the first thing you’ll notice when you step into one of the guest rooms at the new Headlands Coastal Lodge & Spa in Pacific City — the first new lodging property to open on the Coast in several yea

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The days are shorter and chillier, and cabin fever is settling in. Sometimes the best remedy is to unplug and take a long walk in the woods. If you’re in the Eugene area this winter — one of the greenest, loveliest, woodsy-est parts of the state — the trails will leave you swooning. The post

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Have you heard the tale of the People’s Coast? The tale of Oregon’s public shore; one of open beach access, abundant state parks, coastal adventures and more. The post Explore the People’s Coast a

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Ski areas across Oregon are offering incredible beginner skier and snowboarder packages this winter including professional lessons by certified instructors, lift access and equipment rentals for as little as $45 per day. These great deals are aimed at novice skiers and snowboarders. The post

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Yachats is known as the hidden gem of the Oregon Coast — and after a visit to Overleaf Lodge & Spa, it’s easy to see why. The post Overleaf Lodge & Spa Gives Back appeared

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Maybe it was your best year ever, maybe not so much. Either way, the new year is full of hope, promise, and endless beauty in all seven regions of Oregon. Will you summit a new peak? Try fat biking or SUP yoga for the first time? Take the family on a scenic snowshoe trip or moonlight paddle? Book a campout in a treetop o

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Fittingly close to Valentine's Day, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) opens this month with plays about star-crossed lovers, unrequited passion and magical romance. Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" takes the stage on Feb. 17. Director Laird Williamson offers the familiar and timeless tale of two young lovers and thei

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The post A Winter Fish Story appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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The post Nature Lovers Guide to the John Day River Territory appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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The post Cove-Union Farm Loop appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Resolve to make 2018 your best year yet. We're here to help, with 52 trip ideas for the 52 weeks of the year. And there's something for every type of mood. You might be interested in a cozy mountain getaway or maybe you'd rather camp under the stars. Commemorate the 175th anniversary of the historic Oregon Trail or celeb

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I’ve never eaten a fresh donut I didn’t enjoy and I have love affairs with many of the donut shops in Portland. The city is known for biking, beer drinking, coffee and donuts, all for good reason.  These three shops will get you started on your donut adventures. Grab yourself a fresh one while they’re still warm!

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