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The region includes the Yakima Valley, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley, Red Mountain and the newer appellations of the Columbia Gorge, Horse Heaven Hills, Rattlesnake Hills, Wahluke Slope and Snipes Mountain. This region boasts a rich viticultural heritage and offers a captivating blend of wine tasting, gourmet cuisine, and picturesque landscapes. While this post focuses […]
For those of us on the west coast, we “head east” rather than west when looking for wide open spaces, acres of ranches and farms, and some of the state’s lesser-known natural wonders. This region borders Oregon and Idaho with soil perfect for wheat. Experience all four seasons, small towns, and adventure here. Natural Highlights: […]
The region is named after the Salish Sea, a network of interconnected waterways that include the Strait of Georgia, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Puget Sound.
Seven Wonders of the World? We have our own right here in Oregon state! Columbia River Gorge Crater Lake. Klamath Falls, Southern Oregon Painted Hills. Mitchell, Eastern Oregon Oregon Coast Smith Rock. Terrebonne, Central Oregon The Wallowas. Joseph, Eastern Oregon Mt. Hood Previous image Next image Don’t know where to start in planning your trip […]
What To Do In Eugene, OR During World Athletic Championships 10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time in Eugene, Oregon Eugene Nike Store + Eugene Running Company | Even though Nike is now headquartered in Portland, you can still see large collections of TrackTown USA memorabilia. Hayward Hall | Near the track hosting […]
Oregon is happy to have you visiting for the World Athletic Championships! While we know the games will keep you busy, it’s an amazing opportunity to see the gorgeous Cascade mountain range while also a few hours from sandy beaches on the Pacific Ocean. Here are 10 great options to see from Eugene, OR that […]