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  • Jamie Zimchek
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Crater Lake, Oregon’s only national park, occupies a relatively remote perch in a mountainous stretch of the state to the south. Socked in with an average of over 530 inches of snow each year, the park is only easily accessible for a few summer months when the roads are open for business. Winter is ...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

Crater Lake is the only national park in the state of Oregon, but if you think that’s all this pretty Pacific Northwest state has going for it, think again. In fact, you could easily base a very manageable Oregon vacation around visits to other federally protected areas from national monumen...

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If you’ve spent anytime in Bend at all it should be perfectly obvious that this small city is anything but average. Sure, there are plenty of places across the country where you can tackle powdery ski slopes come winter, with golfing, hiking and biking to round things out in summer. But in Bend ther...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Sleep and Eat

Let’s say you’re headed for the scenic Pacific Northwest, and looking for Oregon hotels as memorable as this pretty state’s coastline. You’re in luck. The list isn’t long, but if you’re in search of a spot to rest your weary head that merits a post card home the...

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Oregon is a state that runs from rock strewn shores to salty bays, vast rivers to lofty volcanic peaks, glacier alpine lakes and high altitude desert, making it a hot spot for bird variety. In fact, bird watching is popular enough in these parts to merit the creation of a well-rounded list of bird...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

You may have heard talk of winter wonderlands, but we’re here to tell you: Crater Lake is something special. Situated relatively close to civilized life but largely untamed, this 183, 224 acre park gets less than 500,000 visitors annually, approximately three quarters of them during the park’s short...

  • Jamie Zimchek
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When big storms send bigger waves crashing furiously onto wind-swept sandy beaches, many visitors to the Oregon Coast find a nice, sturdy window somewhere and do a spot of storm watching. And while this can be a perfectly pleasant way to pass an afternoon, the time might come when anyone with an ave...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Miscellany

By spring, when the rain clouds in Portland, Oregon, have begun to dissipate, locals ditch the umbrellas and head for open air. Thanks to good greenspace planning, this city boasts thousands of acres of undeveloped greenery within city limits, including massive Forest Park, which alone takes in over...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Activities

In terms of scenery, it’s hard not to be enchanted by the Columbia River Gorge, aka The Gorge. Whether you go in for forested mountains, seemingly boundless tawny bluffs, wind-riffed river or waterfalls there’s occasion to keep a camera handy. However, besides enjoying the natural assets of this riv...

  • Jamie Zimchek
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Lush and green, both in terms of landscape and its environmentally friendly ways, Eugene, Oregon seems a far cry from big city. Yet together with neighboring Springfield, it sits at the heart of the state’s second-largest metropolitan area, think flourishing university town with well-ranked collegia...

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Eugene, Cascades & Coast Eugene, Cascades & Coast Eugene, Cascades & Coast
Southwest OregonEugene is a sleepy town known for its laid back culture. It is close to the famous Oregon Coast as well and home to several world-class wineries.
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Oregon's Mt Hood Territory Oregon's Mt Hood Territory Oregon's Mt Hood Territory
Northern OregonFrom majestic Mount Hood to the green and sprawling Willamette Valley, Oregon's Mount Hood Territory is a place to be explored. Enjoy conquering historic hiking trails or take on Mount Hood on skis for an experience not soon to be forgotten.
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Harney County Harney County Harney County
Central OregonExperience Oregon's Big Country...Harney County. Ripe for exploration, it is the "Big Lonesome" captured in western features with open space, wildlife, and scenic beauty of limitless proportions. This area of Oregon's High Desert is a diamond in the rough with unbelievable lakes, streams, and mountains creating the ultimate Oasis'.
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Baker County Baker County Baker County
EasternBaker County is your Base Camp for experiencing Eastern Oregon. Base Camp Baker answers the question: "what is there to do in Baker County?" If you're in the market for a little time away from it all, we invite you to visit Baker County, Oregon, where Our History is Your Story!
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Corvallis Corvallis Corvallis
Willamette ValleyWhile traveling to Oregon be sure and stop by Corvallis in the very heart of the Willamette Valley, near great outdoor recreation and within 90 miles of Portland and the Oregon Coast. Come enjoy great cuisine and fine local wine, listen to some live music, browse the farmers market, or stroll one of our many beautiful parks. Corvallis is a place made different, come visit us.
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