See the best hiking trails in Oregon
Driving Guides and Trips in OregonBelow are popular Driving guides and trips in Oregon that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
This guide will take you on a drive around the Crater Lake Rim Road stopping at the best viewpoints along the way.
Mary's Peak, the highest point in the Coast Range has a variety of trails, and spectacular views from Ocean to Cascades
This driving guide will take you to all the major scenic spots along the scenic byway from Sisters, OR to Sahalie Falls
The Birch Creek Historic Ranch and Jordan Craters are near the Owyhee River and northwest of Jordan Valley, Oregon.
Take a drive from the Newberg to the a State Scenic Viewpoint in the Chehelam Mountains overlooking the Tualatin Valley
Each stop on this easy three-night itinerary provides a stylish Oregon beach getaway and postcard-worthy water views.
Go birding in open space, the ocean, an estuary, fresh and saltwater ponds wetlands, grassy dunes and ocean shore....
Go for a drive, take scenic hikes, bird watch, and visit historic buildings inside the wildlife refuge.
Collection of waterfall and viewpoint hikes along the north and south forks of the Santiam River.
Rock formations, verdant ferns and towering trees surround this 80-foot rush of water along Hemlock Creek.
Four waterfalls along the Little River in the North Umpqua River Valley.
Collection of hikes along the North Fork of the Umpqua River.
Series of hikes on the coast and in the coast range between Eugene and Florence.
One of the most beautiful places in Oregon, the McKenzie River Valley has amazing hikes and views.
Explore wetlands, waterfalls, hills and ocean beaches in the coastal range from Corvallis to Waldport.
Most of our events are one day duration, some are multiple day events.
Take in some of the history of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition. A Moderate Loop for Road Bikes
This short drive up this 4,500 foot Butte that sits above the Lava Lands Visitor Center
You can either drive to the top or hike to the top for a dramatic sunrise over Bend and the Sisters Volcano Complex