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Our picks for holiday merry-making around Oregon Holm Made Toffee Company Donna Holm has been perfecting her famous toffee recipe for the past twenty-five years. This Bend company is committed to using only the best ingredients, with hazelnuts sourced from right here in Oregon. With six available flavors, we think it’s the perfect thing to bring to your holiday party or share with family and friends. holmmadetoffee.com Jacksonville Victorian Christmas Plan a trip to historic Jacksonville and experience its charming Victorian Christmas. This event encompasses everything you could want in a holiday festival—carolers, trolley rides, hot cider, a parade and tree lighting ceremony. This adorable Southern Oregon town comes alive with history—celebrate the holidays the old-fashioned way. jacksonvilleoregon.com/victorian-christmas Soft Star’s Fireside Sheepskin Slipper What better way to get through the winter season than with a pair of Soft Star’s feather-light, impossibly cozy slippers? These are fully lined, with plush sheepskin—…

Oregon Lodging: Loloma Lodge

Loloma Lodge is a pristine 11-acre retreat perched on the banks of the beautiful McKenzie River, an hour east of Eugene.

Oregon Winter Getaways

Oregon in winter is a thing of beauty. Explore our top 6 Oregon getaways this season.

Troutdale

Oregon Travel: Troutdale Oregon

Troutdale, just 15 miles east of Portland, is a charming small Oregon city known for its rich historical past and as the gateway to the Columbia River Gorge.

Scenic View at the Stone's Throw Bed and Breakfast

Tiny Towns on Route 2

Familiar to winter sports aficionados making a beeline from the Seattle metro area up to the Stevens Pass ski area, Route 2, along part of the Cascade Loop Scenic Highway, offers enough scenic wonders and offbeat attractions to warrant a far more leisurely drive during summer or fall.

Eagle Cap Wilderness

Exploring the Eagle Cap Wilderness

More than 6 miles in, the straps of my backpack begin to dig heavily into my hips and collarbone. The back of my shirt is drenched in sweat, my purple boots now the color of a dusty trail. Finally, a wooden sign at an intersection of trails is carved with guidance, the first we’ve seen in many miles. Eagle Cap, straight ahead; Mirror Lake to the left; Minam Lake to the right.

Oregon Vortex

The Oregon Vortex

The Oregon Vortex is a destination worth visiting!