Updated: Nov 25, 2020
There's no need for yo
ur passport when traveling to this surprisingly exotic landscape. From forest waterfalls to dramatic coastlines, Oregon has so much to offer.
1. Tamolitch Blue Pool
Located about an hour outside of Bend, Oregon, take a leisurely hike and discover this blue spring. Surrounded by an amphitheater of cliffs and trees, the clarity of this spring is best appreciated on a sunny day. Be prepared for a chilly swim through this beautiful pool of lava filtered water.
2. Dune City
Whether you like to fish, golf, sail or ride the dunes, you’ll find it all in Dunes City. Rent a buggy with friends or family and coast down some of the most beautiful dunes in the United States.
3. Crater Lake
Formed over 700 years ago after the eruption of Mount Mazama, Crater Lake National Park is home to the deepest lake in the United States. Snorkeling and scuba diving are popular pursuits of any traveler with an appreciation for pristine clear waters. Take a drive down the rim road for some of the best views of the lake.
4. Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
This magical spot in southern Oregon is a must see. Hike up the mountains to beautiful viewing decks and observe the natural arches for a great view of the coast.
5. Portland, Oregon
Nothing beats the rich and colorful culture of Portland. Whether you're looking for a unique bite, live music, interesting architecture, or a nice walk through the city, Portland is home to it all.
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