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Adventure awaits in Oregon. Most spots in the Beaver State are accompanied by full itineraries of outdoor recreation.
This is due to numerous ski areas, a plethora of national forests and state parks, and the adventure of the legendary Columbia River Gorge.
Many Oregon cities are four-season destinations thanks to the recreation of Klamath Falls, Pendleton, Bend, and Hood River.
Southern Oregon is an epicenter for outdoor recreation. Visitors will find massive fishing lakes, challenging hiking trails, and scenic biking paths.
Look forward to unlimited fishing in Crater Lake National Park – the deepest lake in the country – or pedal down Oregon's longest state park, OC&E Woods Line State Trail. Stunning views and outdoor adventure await, so start planning for southern Oregon.
Not ready to dry off? Give whitewater rafting a try in the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area in northeast Oregon.
Whether looking for a challenge or just learning the ropes, your time in Oregon’s ski areas is sure to be unmatched. Head to some great ski spots like Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Area and Mt. Bachelor – the largest ski area in Oregon. But you don’t have to be surrounded by nature for on-your-feet fun in Oregon. Check out inner-city recreation like golf courses, urban trails, and city parks.
A western town and proud of it, Pendleton is a fixture of northeast Oregon, and home to great hiking trails, bike paths, winter recreation, and hunting opportunities. Relax with a round of golf at the Pendleton Country Club or try bird watching at Pendleton River Parkway.
For more great golf, make your way to central Oregon just east of the Deschutes National Forest. Try the fairways at Aspen Lakes Golf Course in Sisters, or swing by the Awbrey Glen Golf Club or River's Edge Golf Course in Bend.
These are only a few suggestions of the fun in Oregon, so gear up for a full getaway of outdoor adventure.