With clean roads weaving through lush green mountains and rivers; home to geological wonders like Crater Lake and with views the likes of Mt. Hood and occasional wildlife, it is easy to see why.
Sandstone cliffs and rocky coastlines dotted with light houses regularly offer whale and Sea Lion sightings, the latter of which whose deep groans and barks are often heard before seen as one approaches the shoreline.
For a real treat, take a natural building course with the Cob Cottage Company. Learn the centuries old revised economical/ ecological methods of building cob homes, (you will be surprised and enchanted) and enjoy an educational group hike –barefoot- through the woods.
Some of Oregon’s major cities such as Eugene and Portland are easy to get in and out of and provide good starting and ending points for exploration, in addition to exploring the cities themselves. Progressive west coast culture with major outerwear employers, food cart/trailer parking bazaars, historical sites and great views adorn them. Read more about, post comments, and share your Oregon experience and recommendations below.