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Take it outside this spring in Oregon. From spring skiing and surfing, to hiking and biking as trails dry in warmer weather – the Beaver State is an outdoor paradise. From the best of the I-5 Corridor, to the 15 kid-friendly destinations in southern OR, you can't go wrong with a visit to Oregon this spring.
Wrap up the ski season up this spring at Mt. Hood Ski Bowl – home to North America’s longest ski season, or venture to southern Oregon to check out Crater Lake National Park mirroring the surrounding snow-capped peaks.
Hit the road this spring in Oregon. Pack up the family, gas up the wagon, and embark on any of these adventurous road trips. Check out the Oregon Coast Tour, Central Cascades Tour, Portland Metro Area, Willamette Valley Tour, Southern Oregon trip, or the Eastern Oregon experience.
The Oregon Coast region offers more than 350 miles of shoreline and a diversity of landscapes, from Astoria in the north to Brookings in the south – and don’t miss Oregon’s most unique attractions along the way.
Not to be outdone – eastern Oregon offers the natural wonder of Hells Canyon National Recreation Area – North America’s deepest river gorge – and the beautifully colored Painted Hills. And with cities like Portland and college towns like Eugene, outdoor adventure can be had in Oregon’s urban jungles as well – so get going this spring in Oregon