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Category: Oregon Travel

Oregon Travel: Ashland

Ashland is a storybook town: a village cradled by steep forested slopes on one side and hills that change from…

Oregon Travel: Florence

Florence is a perfect staging ground for exploring one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, from the mountainous…

Oregon Travel: The Dalles

Renowned for 300 annual days of blue sky, The Dalles sits cradled by angular cliffs and sloping grassy hillsides.

Oregon Trip Planner: High Desert

Incorporated in 1910, Redmond was named after Frank T. Redmond, who settled here in 1905. Originally dubbed Hub City because…

Oregon Travel: Salem

Government at work is like making sausage: You don’t really want to see how it’s done. Oregon’s capital city would…

Oregon Travel: La Grande

Early emigrants scurrying toward the Willamette Valley on the Oregon Trail barely gave the Grande Ronde Valley a nod. By…

Oregon Travel: Seaside

When SacagAwea, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and his family’s slave, York, and the rest of the weary band of explorers…

Oregon Travel: Grants Pass

Throughout the history of Grants Pass, or Perkinsville as it was first called, slogans have spanned downtown archways.

Oregon Travel: Northeast Portland

IF ITS SHOPS ARE ANY INDICATOR, Northeast Portland’s residents are likely the best manicured, tattooed, caffeinated beer-drinkers who ever set…

Oregon Travel: Mt. Hood

On September 28, 1937, an entourage of hundreds of dignitaries and craftsmen assembled on the south flank of Mt. Hood. History…

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