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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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Travel Guide to Oregon Indian Country

spotlights tribal museums, casino resorts, outdoor activities and tribal events open to the public in Oregon.

Oregon Scenic Byways

Oregon Scenic Byways

Enjoy vibrant fall foliage around the state of Oregon

Oregon gives us plenty of ways to appreciate autumn’s glory — on foot, by car, by bike, or on the water

Travel Oregon Visitor Guide

Travel Oregon Visitor Guide (online version only)

7 Wonders of Oregon

7 Wonders of Oregon 

Spring in Oregon

Oregon isn’t a place you see as much as you do.

Hiking in Oregon.

Hiking in spring and early summer is a treasure hunt of colour as wildflowers bloom in the meadows and mountains of Oregon. 

Whale Watching in Oregon

Head to the Central Coast to spy gray whales as they make their annual migration south during the winter months

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