Half the fun of planning a trip is planning it. Unless you hate planning trips, in which case it’s none of the fun.
If that’s you, these ready-to-go carefully curated itineraries will help you get to the being-on-your-trip part of your trip faster without spending any longer on the part you hate than necessary.
A Weekend in the Wild West
Until last week I had never really experienced the Wild West. In fact, the closest I’ve been to homesteading was helping gather eggs from my friend’s urban chicken coop (and when I say helping, I really mean watching her do it). However,…
Winter Getaway to the Rogue Valley
Visit the stage of Southern Oregon when you plan a wintercation in Medford and the Rogue Valley, where fine wine, gourmet food and art can be found just around every corner. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Snowmobile at Lake of the Woods…
Whales, Storms and Brews on The People’s Coast
Miles of kayaking trails, crashing waves, crabbing, whale watching and award-winning brews await you at the Oregon Coast this winter. Take the journey down the 363-mile stretch of The People’s Coast, where your wintercation can include quiet…
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In Southeastern Oregon, far from the state’s signature moss-dripped forests, lies one of the most remote stretches of the American West. Only three paved roads cut across the Owyhee Canyonlands, a region of undulant sagebrush hills, rivers and…
Considering that the Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) has 400 wineries and six sub-AVAs within its borders, it might take a lifetime to visit all the tasting rooms and vineyards in this rich region. Many of the most dedicated…
A two-day tour of Portland’s artisan food corridor
Some facts about Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. It’s the deepest river gorge in North America; it’s 8,000 vertical feet in the deepest portions; it includes more than 215,000 acres of wilderness; and it’s not for sissies. One of Oregon…
Most fly-fishers agree that central Oregon’s Lower Deschutes River with its native rainbow trout and steelhead is a world-class fishery. When the annual salmon fly hatch begins in late May, it becomes a see-it-to-believe-it experience.