Roads2 Pendleton Tours
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The Roads2 Travel Company invites you to "Passing through Pendleton" road trip adventures. Just stop for the night, enjoy the following day and then head on down the road. With a different adventure offered daily – from historic and iconic Pendleton, to local wine and cider, to learning about sustainable agriculture and energy to exploring Eastern Oregon’s heritage trails and wildlife and enjoying all that is “Made in Pendleton” – there is adventure to be found for everyone!
Come experience the legendary Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo, watch a Pendleton Woolen Mills blanket being made, say hello to iconic Hamley's Store known as the maker of the “finest saddles man could ride”, check out the “rowdy past” Underground Tour and step back in time at Mayson’s Old-Fashioned General Store. Don’t forget to stop in to Pendleton’s oldest, continuously operated Rainbow Café bar and restaurant – serving up hospitality and down home cooking since 1883!
While you are there, be sure to immerse yourself in history and culture at the Whitman Mission, the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute and the Frazier Farmstead Museum. Soar with the SAGE Center in a hot-air balloon ride or swing by the sustainable Threemile Canyon Farms and see how they manage 25,000 dairy cows in a way that is environmentally sound. Keep your eyes peeled for eagles, owls, wild horses, deer, elk, wolves and other Eastern Oregon wildlife.
After an exciting day of history, wildlife, culture and cuisine, quench your thirst with a cider from the Blue Mountain Cider Company or sample a flight of world-class wine at Watermill Winery.
With Roads2 Travel as your guide, you'll be sure to enjoy genuine, western hospitality!
Located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Pendleton, Oregon has a rich history. Pendleton is home to the Native American Indians of the Umatilla, Walla Walla and Cayuse Tribes, who greeted the Lewis & Clark Expedition, traded with trappers and helped emigrants along the Oregon Trail. For more than 100 years, Pendleton is home to many legendary and iconic things to see and do.
What’s around here? Location & Nearby Things to See & Do
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