mother nature's gift Natural Wonders
We can argue that Mt. Hood is the most scenic mountain around, “quantity” in Oregon isn’t up for debate: we have not just Mt. Hood but also Mt. Bachelor, the Three Sisters, and the volcanic obsidian mounds. We have a coastline of unthinkable diversity, thousands of waterfalls and rivers and the fourth deepest lake on the planet. We have high desert, flat desert, rain forests, evergreen forests, alpine forests and endless pastures of wild flowers.
Bodies of Water
With a host of rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs in Oregon, you can pick your favorite bodies of water for boating, fishing, swimming, or just lounging dockside.
Forests, Parks & Refuges
Oregon’s 11 national forests, 21 national wildlife refuges, 361 state parks, national scenic area and national grassland make for plenty of pristine and wild spaces to explore.
Mountains & Hills
Many of Oregon’s most awesome mountains are, in fact, extinct volcanoes. We know you’ll be inspired by the majesty of Mount Hood, Mount Bachelor and the Three Sisters.