: Crater Lake

Southern Oregon

Even centuries later, gold rush towns and natural wonders don’t lose their charm.

Discover a region where the past is honored with new riches, like wine and food trails, world-famous theaters and galleries, Wild and Scenic Rivers and colorful landscapes that look like they were painted. Come fall and winter, the treasure trove might include snowshoeing around America’s deepest lake, fishing for trout and steelhead, mountain biking epic forest trails or witnessing a surreal festival of lights. In Southern Oregon, there’s an adventure everywhere you turn.

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Average Weather

spring

HIGH

61 °F
16 °C

LOW

35 °F
2 °C

summer

HIGH

86 °F
30 °C

LOW

53 °F
12 °C

fall

HIGH

66 °F
19 °C

LOW

39 °F
4 °C

winter

HIGH

44 °F
7 °C

LOW

29 °F
-2 °C
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Where can we see redwood trees in Oregon?

In Southern Oregon you can find wonderful redwood groves by driving out the Redwood Highway (Highway 199) from Grants Pass to the Oregon Coast. Along the way you can access short hiking trails into the redwoods at several locations, as well as find redwoods along the Oregon Coast once you reach that point. From Crescent City, you’ll want…

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