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Blue Mountain Scenic Byway

  • Distance: 145 M / 233 Km
  • Minimum Driving Time: 3-4 Hours (There Are No Stations Between Heppner And Granite. Don't Let Your Tank Get Too Low)
  • Best Time to Drive: Spring And Fall; Summer Days Can Be Quite Hot And Winter Snows Close The Byway At Higher Elevations

Back through pioneer history, up through the incredible scenery. An alternative to I-84 for east-west travelers between…

Service Creek Lodge LLC

38686 Hwy 19 Fossil, OR 97830

SPECIAL DEAL The Ultimate Getaway Group Lodging Experience There is no better way to experience the Old West than by…

Arrowhead River Adventures

720 Greenleaf Dr Eagle Point, OR 97524

Whitewater rafting on the Rogue Upper Klamath Rivers. Fish for Chinook (King) salmon, steelhead or trout, multi day…

Cut Across Trail

This trail travels through a young pine stand and up a short hill. Tread is rough, rock, and narrow most of the way and…

Glade Creek Trail

The trail may be difficult to follow the first mile from the trailhead and can be hazardous to ford the N. Fork John…

Nipple Butte Trail

This scenic trail offers a number of outstanding vistas from rocky crags and cliffs overlooking a great deal of the…

North Fork John Day Campground

Eight vehicle/RV sites are available as well as 11 picnic and tent sites. Horse handling facilities are also available…

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor

The Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor offers camping, fishing, scenic driving and viewing scenery.

Ochoco National Forest

The Ochoco offers opportunities for a variety of outdoor recreation activities. Some of the many activities include…

Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site

Clyde Holiday offers opportunities for camping in primitive or developed sites, hiking, fishing, wildlife-watching,…

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