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Combine your Oregon adventure week stay at a The Long Hollow Ranch or rafting trip with Winding Rivers where you can combine a raft and horse riding trip in the same trip or just go down the Snake River minimum age 7 years.
Oregon is a state of natural wonders and you will find amazing beauty throughout with historic towns and sleepy fishing villages to ski resorts and wineries. Windswept beaches, verdant forests and snow-capped peaks give way to sweeping rangelands, towering rock formations and dramatic river valleys in this incredibly diverse land.
Besides 363 miles of pristine public beaches, high-desert country, painted hills and wine-producing valleys, Oregon is home to North America’s deepest river gorge (Hells Canyon), the country's deepest lake (Crater Lake) and the world’s second-most-climbed mountain (Mt. Hood), which also happens to host North America’s only year-round ski season.
Portland is a hip urban hotspot with national accolades for its cuisine, a vibrant arts scene, great theatres and funky shopping districts inspired by the creative spirit of the city. Whilst just a short drive from Portland, The Columbia River Gorge and majestic Mt. Hood offer year-round recreation opportunities including; skiing, snowboarding, hiking, camping and biking.
Cowboy adventures, whitewater rafting, quiet mountain retreats – Central Oregon has it all too. The region's geological history, marked by explosive volcanic activity, is showcased at several parks, and its rich cultural history is on display at the High Desert Museum in Bend. And the spirit of the West is alive and well in the high desert of Eastern Oregon, where snow-capped mountains, dusty plains and jagged red rocks look down on rolling hills of sage, wild rivers and fertile wheat fields.
Whatever your passion, Oregon’s natural and scenic variety – coast, mountains, rivers, high desert, plains, forests and valleys – lends equally to exhilarating outdoor adventure or tranquil exploration. Oregon has more scenic byways and tour routes than any other state as well as no sales tax and plenty of shopping opportunities.
Oregon's share of the Pacific coastline owes its international reputation to the rugged beauty and natural wonders found all along its nearly 400-mile length.
Lewis and Clark ended their epic journey on the north coast near Astoria – a wonderful place to start yours. The entire coast is studded with singular sights, from dramatic rock formations to churning whirlpools to miles and miles of sandy beaches. The rich history of the coast is offered up in the world-class Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, a host of museums and historic homes, and inside Oregon's lighthouses. Some of the state's best camping parks are on the edge of the ocean, as are recreational opportunities galore – whale watching, fishing, golfing, surfing and hiking.
Oregon is the 10th largest state in the union, covering 97,073 square miles.
The population of Oregon is only 3.4 million, with 1.5 million living in the Portland area.
Oregon has no sales tax.
Oregon's birthday is Valentine's Day, February 14, 1859.
Oregon is bordered by Washington, Idaho, Nevada, California and the Pacific Ocean.
Oregon is a state of contrasts, with snow-dusted mountains, dramatic river canyons, lush valleys, rugged coast, arid plains and fertile fields. In fact, Oregon offers some example of every geographic terrain on the planet within its borders.
The highest elevation point is Mt. Hood at 11,239 feet, and the lowest is at sea level.
There are more than 6,000 lakes and 112,000 miles of rivers and streams.
Oregon contains more than 5,900 registered campsites along with 230 state parks and 13 national forests.
Nearly half of Oregon's total area is forested – close to 30 million acres.
There are 16 known hot springs in Oregon.
At 1,932 feet, Crater Lake, located in Southern Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States.
Located in the Northeastern corner of the state, Hells Canyon is the deepest river-carved gorge in North America. At 7,900 feet, it’s deeper than the Grand Canyon.
The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is one of the richest fossil bed sites in the world.
In the Klamath Forest National Wildlife Refuge, visitors can view more than 1,000 majestic bald eagles – the largest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the U.S.
The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is home to the largest freshwater marsh in the U.S.
Oregon has 12 commercial downhill ski areas, with 400 trails in three mountain ranges.
Naturally carved within an outcropping of solid marble, Oregon Caves National Monument is one of southern Oregon's oldest attractions.
Luring rock climbers from around the globe with more than 1,400 climbing routes, Smith Rock towers above Central Oregon, challenging all who come to conquer its craggy surface.
History and Heritage
Oregon has four National Historic Trails and 14 National Historic Districts.
Oregon has more than 7,000 bridges, including 53 covered bridges.
There are nine lighthouses and one light ship along the Oregon Coast.
Travel Tips in Oregon
There are currently 17 ghost towns in Oregon.
The Oregon hazelnut is the state’s official nut, and Oregon grows 99 percent of the entire U.S. commercial crop.
The pear is Oregon’s state fruit, ranking as the top-selling tree fruit crop.
There are more than 700 vineyards in Oregon, planted on about 13,700 acres. In the 2004 vintage, there were 19,400 tons of wine grapes harvested, and nearly 1.2 million cases of wine made. Oregon produces more than 40 different varietals of wine grapes.
Letting an attendant pump your gas is mandatory; you may not pump your own in the state of Oregon.
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