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|With abundant natural playgrounds from the coast to the Cascades, the region offers a multitude of affordable action-packed adventures all within close proximity.|
|Outdoor enthusiasts from around the world come here for amazing whitewater rafting, coastal sandboarding, hiking, mountain biking and snow sports. |
This is the place to check-off your bucket list! Tackle feats you've never tried before, cresting mountain peaks by bicycle, cruising across sand slopes, scaling 200 ft fir trees, or horseback riding on the beach.
|Set out on foot along trails through old growth forest to sparkling waterfalls or drive miles of scenic country roads past covered bridges and tranquil lakes. Spot birds, animals and interesting plants. On the coast watch for whales and sea lions. |
The handy Adventure Guide is a great source of adventurous inspiration. Or select a local guide service to show you some of the Pacific Northwest's secrets close up by jet boat, drift boat, river raft, helicopter, dune buggy or gondola.
This "Magic Carpet Ride" on the Aufderheide Highway makes for a great scenic bike day trip, connecting Rainbow (McKenzie River) to Oakridge. This is a nearly symmetrical MORE >>
This difficult .8 mi (1,28 km) trail on a clear day offers views of the Cascade Range from Mt Hood to Mt Shasta. Wildflowers bloom in late June. DIRECTIONS: From Cottage MORE >>
Brice Creek Trail is part of a 10.5 mile loop. The route is made up of 5.5 miles of single track, and 5 miles of paved forest road. The path rises and falls as it travels MORE >>
This moderate 5.7 mile (9.2 km) trail follows Brice Creek. The crystal clear water in an old growth forest make Brice Creek a popular destination for photography, MORE >>
Hike along the ridge line through old growth Douglas-fir and spruce. This scenic, 9.2 mile trail is shared with mountain bikers and connects with other trails on the Cape MORE >>
Riding along this path is an easy to moderate difficulty level. It is 9.2 miles of nature, ocean, steep descents, and fast cruising on a double-track trail. The more MORE >>
This easy 0.5 mile (0,8 km) wheelchair accessible loop trail winds through a diverse, ancient, and beautiful forest ecosystem where 650 year old trees tower over 200 feet MORE >>
Diamond Creek Falls Trail #3598 is a difficult 2.5 mile (4 km) loop that begins at Salt Creek Falls Observation Site. A spur trail 0.25 mile from the footbridge leads to MORE >>