Top 10 Trip Ideas of 2015
As we reflect back on the past year and start looking ahead to more Oregon stories in 2016, take a look back at our most-read trip ideas of 2015 and get inspired for another year of adventure.
Grant takes us to this hidden treasure that lies along the McKenzie River Trail.
Kayakers everywhere celebrated when Bend White Water Park opened on the Deschutes River.
Travel back in time when you visit one of Oregon’s ghost towns, steeped in history about the state.
Although long closed to the public, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse still stands today, a testament to her storied past.
Add these trails to your winter hiking list.
Spend the night at one of these destination lodgings for a truly unique trip.
Two weeks, one van, 7 Wonders of Oregon.
This stunning time-lapse video explores winter on the Coast at its finest.
Go with a plan and give yourself plenty of time for exploring Hells Canyon by car, by boat and by trail.
Learn about the unique geology of the area among the 15,000 feet of passages within the cave and see the only subterranean Wild and Scenic River in the U.S. — the River Styx.
Photo credits: Tillamook Rock Lighthouse by Rich Russell; Cape Perpetua Scenic Area by Nickie Bournias; Tipi Village Retreat; Hat Point by Greg Vaughn; Oregon Caves by Christian Heeb