There are 7 Wonders of Oregon, and they’re not just for looking at. To truly experience our Wonders, you have to get out of the car, hike down from the scenic vista and feel them beneath your feet.
Just remember: This is Oregon. So how you go about doing that is entirely up to you.
an Oregon Story7 Wonders of Oregon
There are 7 Wonders of the World, and not a single one of them is here in Oregon. All we can figure is whoever came up with the list must have never set foot here. So we see your Wonders, world and we raise you these seven of our own: Mt. Hood:…Continue reading this story…
an ItineraryOvernight at Mt. Hood’s Paradise Park
I’ve traipsed all over Mt. Hood past Burnt Lake and up to Zigzag Mountain, over to McNeil Point, nearly to the top of Barrett Spur, out to Owl Point, through Elk Meadows and up Gnarl Ridge. I’ve been to the summit four times, circled around…Continue reading this story…
an ItineraryEscape to the Wallowa Mountains
My husband and I have come to Joseph, a small town nestled at the base of the Wallowa Mountains, to escape the bustle and pull of our everyday lives. Joseph combines the creativity of a thriving arts community with the hospitality and wild beauty of…Continue reading this story…
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Where is Oregon, anyway?
Not familiar with U.S. geography? Oregon is on the West Coast, right between Washington and California. Some people think it’s the best thing about the West Coast, and of course they’re right.
Made up of seven diverse regions, Oregon has the ocean, mountains, valleys, high desert, cities, small towns, and almost everything in between.
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Hi! You're in for a treat. Central Oregon in September is so beautiful. I have several recommendations for you. Don't miss the High Desert Museum, which presents natural and cultural history and also has live animals on site. For hiking, try Smith Rock State Park, the Deschutes River Trail, or the Cascade Lakes region. Tumalo Falls is near Bend and easy to access. The Newberry National Monument…