In recent years, our little home in the Pacific Northwest has gotten a lot of attention. We’re flattered. Oregon is a very special place. But let’s not lose our heads over this.
Oregon is just a place with a bunch of mountains and lakes and trees and beaches and those kinds of things. That said, we do want you to visit. Really, we do. But please, don’t all come at once.
an Itinerary7 Otherworldly Stargazing Spots
From camping in the Alvord Desert to a fire lookout on Dixie Butte, photographer Ben Canales shares a few of his favorite stargazing destinations.Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryInsider’s Guide to Oregon Swimming Holes
If you’ve ever been to a swimming hole in Oregon that seems overrun with crowds, fear not there are ways to avoid that scenario. Try swinging a mid-week trip, when you are likely to see far fewer people out. Try a more out-of-the way spot,…Continue reading this story…
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The easiest way to get to Oregon’s 7 Wonders is to fly Alaska Airlines. With daily non-stop flights to Eugene, Medford, Portland, & Bend, it’s easy to see why Alaska is the official 7 Wonders of Oregon airline.Find Flights on AlaskaAir.com
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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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I definitely have some suggestions. Here are some of my favorite half-day, full-day and overnight backpacking hikes: Half-Day Hikes Tumalo Mountain (Bend, Central Oregon): Tumalo is about 4-miles round-trip. The trail up Tumalo starts from Dutchman Flat parking area on Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway and offers a steady climb rewarded with alpine wildflowers and beautiful views of Broken Top, the …