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Abundant bird life, serene lakes and a historic downtown make Klamath Falls a relaxing destination to approach leisurely by scenic train ride. The post Car-Free Getaway: Klamath

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Visiting the South Coast’s secluded sweep of laid-back towns feels like you’re in on a secret — even more so when you take the trip car-free. The post Car-Free Getaway: The

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Eugene knows more than a little something about getting around on foot. After all, this is a city that’s nicknamed TrackTown USA. The post Car-free Getaway: Taste the Good Life in

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We all know winter in Bend means endless downhill skiing and snowboarding. But the seasonal fun doesn’t stop at the slopes. Sledding, songs, shopping and more — here are five ways to live it up in Bend this season. The post

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There’s a stunning way to see this craggy stretch of shoreline that doesn’t require setting foot on the gas pedal: a reliable network of public transit. The post Car-Free Getawa

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Is there anything better than good wine, good food and good friends? Create more of those moments in the new year with 'Wine Food: New Adventures in Drinking and Cooking' by Dana Frank and Andrea Slonecker. The post

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World-class marathoner and four-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky are back with a new cookbook: “Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow: Quick-Fix Recipes for Hangry Athletes.” The post How to ‘Run F

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Ready to raise a glass this season? Oregon’s craft distillers showcase their latest batches of innovation. The post Lift Your Holiday Spirits appeared first on

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All the fun events and exciting conditions to expect at Oregon's ski areas this season. The post Ski Oregon Conditions & Events appeared first on

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Getting to and around Bend doesn’t require a car — with a little planning you can get all around town and even up to Mt. Bachelor. The post Car-Free Transportation for Bend and Mt. Bache

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Tamales are a labor of love, one that Portland's Tamale Boy restaurant has been elevating and celebrating since 2008. “For me, the special part is that it’s the most ancient dish we have in our culture,” says owner Jaime Soltero Jr. The post

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Oregon's magic is real. All of the locations featured in the “Only Slightly Exaggerated” illustrations are places you can actually visit. The post Winter Magic in Oregon appeared first on

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Winter in Oregon is waiting for you — so grab it, love it, and use this checklist to help make it your best winter ever. The post How to Winter Like an Oregonian appeared first on

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Thankfully in the Portland Region, keeping your kids entertained doesn’t mean the adults are bored. The post Family-Favorite Portland Attractions appeared first on

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Southern Oregon dazzles for the holidays, with its quirky, independent shops a welcome reprieve to crowded parking lots and big-box stores of larger cities. The post Holiday Shopping in Southern Oregon

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The world’s oldest form of skiing is once again gaining traction, and there are few better spots to strap on skis than Oregon. Nordic skiing is perfect for beginners, with lightweight, comfortable boots, affordable rentals and passes, and the option to learn on flat, corduroy-soft groomed trails with no lift lines or i

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Oregon is cabin country. Mix our Wild West heritage with the abundance of evergreen trees and open spaces and you have a perfect union. Hike or cross-country ski into remote outposts, stay in breezy lakeside beauties that blend into the woods or cuddle up by the fire while watching the surf roll in at the Oregon Coast.

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Oregon’s popularity as an LGBTQ destination undoubtedly starts with Portland, a bona fide hotbed of queer activism, arts and culture. But I’ve long been surprised by how many other communities around the state have vibrant queer scenes. The post

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About 15 miles west of Salem, a distinctive pocket of rolling vineyard land is shaping its fruit unlike any other stretch within the Willamette Valley, the state’s most famous wine-growing region. Above ground in the soon-to-be Mount Pisgah, Polk County AVA (American Viticultural Area), marine gusts and lower-set sites

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In calm conditions, the mouth of the most powerful waterway on the West Coast doesn’t seem to match its ominous nickname: the “Graveyard of the Pacific.” But the Columbia is one fickle river. The post

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The post Oregon Ski Guides Can Expand Your Skiing and Snowboarding Horizons This Winter appeared first on

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If a crisp winter breeze off the Columbia River, the warmth of a fire after a day of skiing on Mt. Hood, or a train ride to a mystery destination called Christmas Town aren’t the kinds of things that will put you in a festive holiday mood — well, then, the Hood River Valley is not for you. The post

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Anchoring the south end of the new North Coast Food Trail, Lincoln City holds culinary cred with its wealth of nature’s bounty from land and sea. Fishing boats ply the Pacific for salmon, crab and albacore; foragers fill up with wild mushrooms and clams; lush coastal farmland overflows with vegetables, meat and dairy.

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Winter is a magical season in Oregon, when much of the state slumbers beneath glistening powder, and the majestic mountains gleam like icy beacons. Skiers and snowboarders famously flock to the slopes of Mt. Hood as soon as the white stuff starts to fall, but winter fun doesn’t stop at the bottom of the hill. T

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Wintertime on Oregon’s rivers and lakes means that peak-season crowds have gone and the wildlife — including prime steelhead and trout — is wildly abundant. The post Falling in Love with Wi

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Here’s a vintners secret: Winter may be the best time to visit Oregon’s wine country. After the final grape clusters are plucked from the vines, the whole tempo slows down. The days may be short and the rain may drizzle, but the gray months between the emptying of the last harvest bin and the first bud break offers a

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The Klamath Basin is a land of legacy; it's a marvel to behold. Take a tour of the county for a cultural experience you won’t soon forget. The post A Road Trip Through Klamath Basin History appear

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Take a tour of Klamath’s tastemakers to reap the rewards of these special farming communities. The post Get a Taste of the Klamath Basin appeared first on

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Here, where the sun shines 300 days a year, routes weave through farmlands and high-desert landscapes, over mountain passes and between historic communities. The post Cycling the Kl

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How to explore this world-renowned destination after peak-season crowds have gone. The post Smith Rock in the Winter appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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