Covid-19 Travel Advice for Existing Customers. Click here
Oregon holidays - Active, outdoorsy and stunning
Holidays in Oregon enjoy some of the best scenery and outdoor lifestyle anywhere in the US. It’s amazing landscape includes twisting woodland pathways, great fishing, cycling tracks, winding mountain roads and the forested trails of the Cascade Mountains.
An outdoor playground of gigantic proportions
Known for its wooden covered bridges, bald eagles, waterways and extensive forestry, Oregon is a green and placid US State where the outdoors lifestyle is shared by everyone. Whether you enjoy hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, or just want to visit one of the greenest States in the US.
The Willamette Valley is stunning and the east is known for its relaxed pace and varied rugged mountain and verdant forest scenery. Incredibly, the State has everything from snow to deserts. Oregon has some 363 miles of coastline, dotted with lighthouses, fishing villages and dramatic scenery.
Holidays to Oregon are beautiful any time of year. It’s winding, tree-lined roads, its wildlife, its verdant landscape. With no sales tax, visiting Portland has to include a serious shopping spree. Portland also has to include the many historical buildings, museums and the Japanese Gardens as well as the Portland Saturday Market.
Oregon is generally mild and rains can be heavy by the coast in winter, while the high deserts of Central and Eastern Oregon are much drier. In January, temperatures range from 7°C on the coast to between –4°C and –2°C in the southeast. In July, between 18°C and 21°C in the central valleys and between 21°C and 26°C eastwards.
- Crater Lake
- Fogarty Beach
- Willamette National Forest
- Mt. Hood
- Ochoco National Forest
- Searcy Creek
- Drake Park
- Umatilla National Forest
- Cape Meares State Park
- Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve