Travel Oregon

The Oregon Tourism Commission, doing business as Travel Oregon, is a semi-independent agency created by the Oregon Legislature in 2003 to enhance Oregonians’ quality of life by strengthening economic impacts of the state’s $11.3 billion tourism industry.

 

Columbia River Gorge

The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area protects the spectacular canyon where the Columbia River cuts through the Cascade mountains - with cliffs and overlooks of Washington to the north and Oregon's mountains and waterfalls to the south. The Gorge is unique in its natural and cultural history, as well as its designation as a National Scenic Area

 

Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood
Built in 1937, the Timberline Lodge has always been a grand refuge for visitors wanting to experience the magnificent and expansive high-alpine environment of Mt. Hood. A night (or a few) enjoyed in the comfort and warmth of the Lodge is like stepping back into simpler times, yet with all modern conveniences discreetly available. Tell tales of ski glory over drinks at the Ram's Head Bar, enjoy a fireside hot cocoa next to the towering stone hearth, or go for a high-altitude dip in our newly-renovated, heated outdoor pool and hot tub. The Timberline Lodge is your home on Mt. Hood.

 

Visit the Oregon Coast 

Find out what to do, where to staystories from people on the coast, and much more. This is your one-stop for everything and anything on The People's Coast.  

 

Visit Bend

Bend, Oregon. The mountain town that has it all. A warm, inviting mountain getaway with a cosmopolitan appeal is what you'll find when you arrive in the friendly town of Bend, Oregon. Majestic, snow-capped peaks adorn the high-desert skyline, making for some of the best weather in Oregon — think sun-drenched days and cool nights — along with endless options for plenty of play time. Playing in the Cascades, hikingmountain biking, or skiing at Mt. Bachelor is just a few of the outdoor adventures you can tackle in a weekend or a week.

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