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Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast

With Astoria at the northern tip and Brookings at south, the nearly 400 mile Oregon Coast ranges from cliffs and forests to bury-your-toes-in-the-sand beaches. You’ll find quaint towns, seafood, picturesque lighthouses, local art and a world-class aquarium. Over 80 state parks and recreation areas dot the landscape, including the giant rock from The Goonies (Haystack Rock) in Cannon Beach!

Portland, Oregon

Portland

Portland is a thriving metropolis with a small-town appeal, with each neighborhood offering its own sustainable spin on food, microbrews, art, and fashion. Just a short road trip away from the city you’ll find year-round Pinot-producing wineries, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife preserves. Add in farmers markets and a thriving bicycle culture and you have one of America’s greatest cities.

Mount Hood

Mount Hood

At 11,240 feet, this dormant volcano is every snow lover’s dream. Boasting six ski facilities, including the historic 1930’s Timberline Lodge featured in the opening shot of The Shining, Mt. Hood offers North America’s longest ski season. From breathtaking views of the Columbia River Gorge and riverfront towns to hotels, cabins, and spas, Mt. Hood aims to please.