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The Oregon Coast
is a landscape of endless wonder, sculpted by wind and wave. Some of
the most spectacular scenery in the nation can be seen at the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, the Sea Stacks at Bandon Beach and the Devil's Punch Bowl near Newport. But the Coast is more than beaches, sheer cliffs and lighthouses. It is also home to a harvest of seafood and some of the finest
cheeses to be found anywhere.
Coast also offers endless opportunities for sports enthusiasts, from
salmon and steelhead fishing to wildlife watching. Even a winter visit
has its special charm with the chance to watch migrating whales from
your front row seat near a blazing fireplace.
Hood & The Gorge region combines one of the world's greatest rivers
with some of the most spectacular mountain scenery to be found in the
town of Hood River has become the
center for wind surfing in the Northwest, while skiers can choose among
three locations: Ski Bowl, Timberline and Mount Hood Meadows.
Willamette Valley Hazelnuts, hops, mint Christmas trees, oats, grapes,
grapes and more grapes:
Willamette Valley may be the most diverse agricultural region in the
world, and an endless series of roadside stands gives visitors the
chance to sample this diversity of tastes and flavors. The Valley is
probably most famous for its wines, which authorities rank among the
finest in the world. Sports enthusiasts can choose among kayaking, river rafting, biking, skiing, snowboarding, hiking and even llama trekking.
for covered bridge fans, the valley is a special find with more than
three dozen bridges located within the region. The Oregon Shakespeare
Festival in Ashland to Crater Lake National Park. The Britt Music Festivals in Jacksonville to the Oregon Caves National Monument.
offers year-round cultural and recreational activities of every type
for the visitor. During the winter, the Mt. Ashland Ski Area offers
downhill and cross-country skiing with spectacular 360-degree views
across the Cascade and Coast Ranges.
Pass, the gateway to the wild and scenic Rogue River, offers rafting,
fly fishing, jet boat excursions, antique shops, the Rogue River Loop
and the Applegate Trail. The rich farmlands of the Rogue Valley
are home to more than a dozen wineries, and the world famous Harry
& David pear orchards.
can be described with a series of superlatives: the deepest gorge in
North America (Hell's Canyon), the largest
geological fault in North America (Steens Mountain), and the richest
find of prehistoric fossils in the world (the John Day Fossil Beds).
offer visitors activities ranging from rock climbing, kayaking, and fly
fishing to downhill skiing, snow shoeing and dog sledding. The High
Desert Museum in Bend is one of the finest natural history museums in the West.
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