Oregon’s best spa hideaways recharge you with a healthy mix: man-made luxury and abundant natural resources. Relax your cares away with one of these wellness weekends.

Exhale deeply and inhale contentment at the secluded Coastal Mountain Sport Haus outside of Vernonia, where co-owner and yoga instructor Sandy Crinklaw leads Inyengar classes at the B&B’s private studio. Outside, hike and bike opportunities abound, with the 21-mile Banks-Vernonia State Trail nearby. At the end of the day, drop into a hot tub overlooking a peaceful meadow. Fresh, locally sourced meals are included in your stay.

The mineral-infused subterranean waters of Ashland are reminiscent of those in European soft mineral baths. Enjoy them in the privacy of your own personal whirlpools in any of the 16 cottages or five suites at the Lithia Hot Springs Inn and Garden.  When you finally emerge from the bath, hire a masseuse to perform one of six different treatments in your cottage or suite. Afterwards, retire to the resort’s English gardens, accented by gazebos, fountains and a koi pond.

Deep ecology meets luxe in the cabins at WildSpring Guest Habitat, an eco-friendly resort 60 miles north of California, in Port Orford. The resort has been named one of the top 100 spas in the country, and you’ll gleefully switch off the smart phone amid towering fir and spruce, and low-energy appliances that contribute to the resort’s zero carbon footprint. Surrounding trails offer mountain and cliffside hikes. Guests have the option of guided meditation, tai chi or massage, upon request. Breakfast features a cornucopia of local and organic delights.

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