Sustainable travel is a form of travel that aims to sustain or enhance the geographical character of a place—its environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage and the well-being of its residents. Learn about sustainable travel in Oregon, check out our EV itineraries and leave a lighter footprint.
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Travel Oregon Forever
If you travel in Oregon, you’ve probably noticed that we’re pretty green-minded. To spread the word, we’ve developed a network of sustainability-minded businesses. The Oregon Travel Philanthropy Fund helps pay for stewardship projects around the state, and through the Sustainable Business Challenge, Oregon businesses voluntarily report their sustainable and environmental business practices. Just look for the Travel Oregon Forever logo to support these participating businesses.
an Oregon StoryGive Back to Oregon
Celebrate Oregon’s birthday by learning more about the Travel Oregon Forever Fund and see how travelers are supporting projects that preserve Oregon’s natural landscapes and cultural heritage.Continue reading this story…
a Grant’s GetawayTable Rocks, Oregon’s Islands in the Sky
If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure that will take your breath away, journey to Southern Oregon where two stunning landscape features are home to hundreds of wildflower species. Take ahike to the top of Lower Table Rock in Jackson…Continue reading this story…
an ItineraryOregon Coast Electric Byway
Oregon has a reputation for a commitment to sustainability, so it’s no wonder the state is embracing electric vehicles (EVs) with such enthusiasm. Now you can take a trip along all 363 miles of the beautiful Oregon Coast and charge your EV along…Continue reading this story…
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Since passing America’s first bottle deposit law back in 1971, the State of Oregon has been a trailblazer in both land preservation and sustainability.
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There are SO many places in Oregon to mountain bike, but I'll try to narrow them down to the BEST. Are you ready? Top 5 recommendations: McKenzie River Trail Oakridge — Alpine Trail Sandy Ridge Trail Surveyors Ridge Tiddlywinks Honorable Mentions: Oakridge — Tire Mountain or Waldo Lake Tyler's Traverse North Umpqua Trail Black Rock Post Canyon Google any of th…