Baker City boasts a charming historic downtown district that is home to the Geiser Grand Hotel, built in 1889, and the award-winning Barley Brown’s Brew Pub. Baker City is the centerpiece of Baker County — known as “the base camp for Eastern Oregon” — which includes parts of the Snake River and the Oregon Trail, the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway and the southern end of Hells Canyon, the deepest river-carved gorge in North America.
Baker City is located in Eastern Oregon, where miles of scenic byways, alpine wilderness, working cattle ranches and basalt canyons are still the place for explorers to make their mark.
This area includes the nearby subregion: The Wallowas.
a Grant’s GetawayDowntown Baker City
Tommy and Diamond will give you a ride through Baker City that you won’t soon forget. The two giant Percheron horses are well-muscled and known for their intelligence and willingness to work, according to Ron Colton, who at…Continue reading this story…
a Grant’s GetawayBase Camp Baker Adventures
Outdoor adventures are easy to find across Eastern Oregon, where you can discover a treasure trove of activities that also teach you more about the state’s past. History runs deep across Oregon’s varied landscapes, including the border between…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryEastern Oregon Brews Byway
It’s fitting that Oregon, land of craft beer and gorgeous landscapes, would find a way to celebrate both. If spring has you champing at the bit for sunshine, wide open spaces and a tall cold one, we have just the trip for you. Saddle up and head…Continue reading this story…