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Ideas for Spring Break in Oregon

Need last minute inspiration for spring break? Here are five stories from 1859’s archives to get you out the door.

6 Romantic Trips for Two

photo by Talia Galvin

If you’re looking for a coastal getaway, complete with foodie delights and natural wonders aplenty, look to Oregon’s 363-mile coastline.

 

Paddling Paradise

photo by Eric Guth

A little cold water won’t stop the adventure seeker. Here are twelve trips on water to get you excited about summer.

 

10 New Ways to Experience Oregon

photo by Brent Fenty

It can be easy to get into a rut—we all have our favorite trails, beaches and lakes that we keep going back to. Oregon has a lot to offer, so we cultivated a list of places and activities that will reignite your adventurous spirit.

 

Backcountry Skiing the Four Corners

 

photo by Kevin Grove

It may be called Spring Break, but spring in Oregon takes on new meaning daily. Strap on the skins and take to backcountry slopes.

 

7 Oregon Eco Vacations

 

image courtesy of Airbnb

Want to take a trip with the smallest carbon footprint? These are seven trips that families can enjoy together that help keep Oregon green.

https://1859oregonmagazine.com/explore-oregon/things-to-do-in-oregon/oregon-weekend-getaways-north-willamette-valley/

 

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