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Travel Oregon

Oregon is a state of natural wonders and you will find amazing beauty throughout with historic towns and sleepy fishing villages to ski resorts and wineries. Windswept beaches, verdant forests and snow-capped peaks give way to sweeping rangelands, towering rock formations and dramatic river valleys in this incredibly diverse land.  
Besides 363 miles of pristine public beaches, high-desert country, painted hills and wine-producing valleys, Oregon is home to North America’s deepest river gorge (Hells Canyon), the country's deepest lake (Crater Lake) and the world’s second-most-climbed mountain (Mt. Hood), which also happens to host North America’s only year-round ski season.   Whatever your passion, Oregon’s natural and scenic variety lends equally to exhilarating outdoor adventure or tranquil exploration. And with more scenic byways and tour routes than any other state as well as no sales tax and plenty of shopping opportunities there is plenty to discover.    
DON’T MISS... Crater Lake National Park and the 33-mile drive around the rim for some breathtaking scenery of the bluest and deepest lake you’ll likely to see.  
STATE SECRET… From November to June, chance to spot thousands of gray whales which pass all along the Oregon coast on their migration between Alaska and Mexico.


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Oregon Scenic Byways

Oregon's roads showcase the state's grandeur. The ability to acess Oregon's diverse natural beauty, as well as historical and cultural sites, has earned it more designated Scenic Byways and Tour Routes than any other state.

Travel Oregon Visitor Guide

A handy guide to Oregon. Chances are you're ready to hike the trails, sip craft beer and chow down on a farm-fresh feast.

Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast is a treasure trove of charming little towns you’ve never heard of. 

Oregon Scenic Bikeways

Oregon offers some of the most breathtakingly beautiful places in the nation for biking, and is the only state in the country with official Scenic Bikeways.

Ski Oregon

Ski Oregon

Hells Canyon, Oregon

Eastern Oregonians say they named it Hells Canyon to scare people away. (Not you. Other people.) If you’ve been waiting for the spring thaw to open the mountain passes, it’s time to hit the highway to Hells Canyon

Portland, Oregon

great footage on Portland and nearby attractions - the Oregon Coast, the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon Wine Country, Mt. Hood Skiing

Ski Oregon

Oregon boasts the longest ski season in North America - with around 400 inches of snowfall annually. it's majestic volcanic peaks offer amazing views, affordable lift tickets and seldom crowded slopes.

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