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.
The New Wine Pioneers
Barbara Steele Biodynamic Oregon Vintner: After years in the corporate world on Wall Street and in California, Barbara Steele and her husband Billmoved to Southern Oregon in 2005, bought a farm, and built Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden. On this…
Ride the McKenzie River Trail
Readyfor agetaway to the Willamette Valley? Plan your trip atOregonWineCountry.org. The only major controversy surrounding the McKenzie River Trail (MRT) is whether it is the best mountain bike trail in Oregon or the whole country. When I…
Coast Bounty with WildCraft Cider Works
Taste cider in Eugene, then head to the Oregon Coast for fresh oysters.
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Having lived in Oregon my entire life, I can say for certain that there are countless reasons to love this beautiful state in every season but this is especially true in winter. During the colder months, days may get shorter and chillier, but…
Recommendations for a day of wine tasting at some of the most beautiful, cozy tasting rooms in the Willamette Valley, northern Oregon’s signature wine tasting region.
When the days grow shorter and the rain and snow set in, there’s a natural inclination to bundle up, light the fire and enjoy the world from inside. But to truly experience winter in Oregon, you need to fight the urge to hibernate and get outside.…
A day trip to celebrate the highway’s centennial.