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​Oregon Holidays​

'What shall we do today?' is a question you'll never lack an answer for on Oregon holidays. This is a State with so many places to see and so many fantastic things to do, instead you'll be asking, 'How can we fit it all in?' and 'When can we come again?' Whether you want beaches, mountains, lakes, gorges, quaint towns, vibrant cities or rolling wine county, it's all here.

The mix of landscapes makes for some dramatic scenery, and Oregon's famous Pacific coast includes everything from rugged cliffs and spray-strewn bluffs, to towering sand dunes and coves full of barking sea lions. Inland you'll find raging rivers and steep gorges with cascading waterfalls, as well as America's deepest lake, plus snowy Mount Hood. Then head further east and you'll reach the dramatic chasm of Hells Canyon, which is deeper than the Grand Canyon.

There's an equally dazzling list of ways to enjoy these natural wonders. Hiking trails snake every which way across the landscape, but there's plenty of scenic driving too - round the rim of Crater Lake for starters. You can chug on a train through the picture-postcard valleys of the Colombia River Gorge, or race dune buggies across the sand at Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Plus there's plenty of watersports, and you can ski all year round on Mount Hood.

When you fancy an urban fix on Oregon holidays, laid-back Portland has superb museums and world-famous gardens, as well as tax-free shopping and dozens of microbreweries. Jacksonville is also worth a visit for its Gold Rush history and nineteenth-century buildings; and charming Cannon Beach has scenic views, galleries, cafés and fine seafood.

The thing they say about Oregon is that it's more of a place you do, than a place you just see. Why don't you find out for yourself?.

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Route 101

As never-to-be-forgotten drives go, this has to be one of the best. Travel south from historic Astoria, and just enjoy the view. The highway plunges through valleys and skirts cliffs for 363 miles, with spectacular results.Don't miss iconic Heceta Head Lighthouse, or the lookout at Cape Perpetua, where the cliffs stand 253-metres above the Pacific surf below.


Whether it's a beer you want, or a glass of wine, you'll never go thirsty on Oregon holidays. In Portland you'll find microbreweries producing craft beers of every imaginable variety. Wine fans should head to the Willamette Valley, where the 200 or so wineries that dot the landscape turn out award-winning pinot noirs.

Ride The River

Thrill-seekers can grab a paddle and enjoy white water rafting on several of Oregon's rivers. You can choose a trip to suit your appetite for action, and either shoot the rapids again and again, or drift more lazily downstream amid glorious scenery. The Rogue, Deschutes, Clackamas and White Salmon rivers all offer superb rafting - as do several others.

Crater Lake National Park

The water in jewel-like Crater Lake, America's deepest, is so blue you'll be dazzled. Drive the scenic road that loops around its rim and drink in the fantastic views. Or stand atop the cliffs of the volcanic caldera, and stare down into the lake's astonishing depths. Hike the mile-long trail down to the shore and you can board a boat that cruises to Wizard Island.

Colombia River Gorge

Cutting through the Cascade Mountains for 80 miles, the Columbia River Gorge is a winner on two fronts, with breathtaking scenery and fantastic action on its river. Hikers will love the miles of trails snaking past spectacular waterfalls, while there's great windsurfing, fishing, kite boarding - even cliff diving.


Fly Drive Holiday: North by Northwest

Seattle – Vancouver – Kamloops – Jasper – Banff National Park – Calgary – Kalispell – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson – Twin Falls – Pendleton – Yakima – Seattle

Take in two countries, five states, two Canadian provinces and seven National Parks on this epic fly drive holiday of majestic mountain ranges and incomparable natural wonders. Start in the cultural, coffee mad city of Seattle before making your way north to Vancouver. You’ll pass through the majestic scenery of the Rockies before dipping back down to the USA.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Pacific NorthWest

Seattle – Port Angeles (Olympic National Park) – Ashford - Portland – Newport – Coos Bay – Grants Pass (Crater Lake) – Eureka - Ukiah - Napa

Hit the open road and take a fantastic drive from buzzing Seattle to the vineyards of Napa Valley on this spectacularly scenic Northern California fly drive itinerary. Along the way you’ll get to see natural wonders including the rainforests of the Olympic National Park, the towering redwoods of Humboldt County and the Pacific surf along Highway 1. Your holiday starts with a flight into the coastal seaport of Seattle with its impressive music pedigree and world famous café culture. From here, pick up your hire car and head south, from the peaks of the Cascade Range to the brooding volcano of Mount St. Helens, the deserted beaches of Redwood National Park and the deep blue hues of Crater Lake. After some time in wine and foodie heaven Napa, it’s time to drive to San Francisco for a flight back to London.
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Motorhome Holiday: Northwest USA Self Drive

Seattle/Everett - Mount Vernon - North Cascades National Park - Electric City - Coeur d'Alene - Butte - Yellowstone National Park - Idaho Falls - Massacre Rock State Park - Boise - La Grande - Portland, Oregon - Mount Rainier National Park - Seattle/Everett

Pick up your hotel on wheels and take to the road on this 13 night itinerary taking you through the highlights of America’s Northwest corner. Your journey will take you into National Parks, along mighty rivers and past dormant and not so dormant volcanoes. Enjoy afternoon tea in the former home of George Washington, watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park, mix with celebrities in Jackson and learn about the life of pioneers arriving from the East along the Oregon Trail.
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Mt Hood and Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland  
Make your way from Portland to the Columbia River Gorge and Mt Hood on this stunning and relaxing day trip. You'll be in awe of the beauty of the Pacific Northwest as you ramble to waterfalls, soak in breathtaking mountain vistas, learn about the wildlife from your expert guide and try locally made wines at boutique wineries. Wine tastings and lunch are included. Prices from £113 per person.

Murder Mystery Train Dinner from Hood River, Portland 
Spice up your Saturday evening with this fun 4=hour murder mystery train ride along the historic Mt Hood Railroad. Enjoy a four-course dinner as a bawdy cast of characters acts out a murder plot. Piece together the clues and try to solve the whodunit before your journey ends! A live band also plays on selected tours. Prices from £48 per person.

Portland Segway Tour
See the sights of downtown Portland by Segway and learn about the history of the city from an expert local guide. Choose a 1-hour riverfront sightseeing tour, or a 2-hour historical downtown tour, for a ride through the streets of central Portland and along the Willamette River on a self-balancing electric Segway. Make stops at top Portland attractions like the Steel Bridge and Chinatown. Prices from £25 per person.

Willamette Valley Wine-Tasting Tour
This half day tour takes you to Willamette wine country where you’ll get an in-depth look at four award-winning wineries. Sample smoky zinfandel, floral pinot and more as you meet the winemakers and learn about local viniculture from your expert guide. Also included is a Cascadian safari lunch as well as seasonal snacks and water throughout your tour. From £105pp.

Time Difference:
GMT- 8hours

Closest Airport:
Portland International Airport (approx. 13 hours, indirect flight).

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the beautiful mountain and coastal scenery of Oregon at your own pace or discover historic and hip cities like Portland and state capital Salem. Car hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Why not go lighthouse hunting along Oregon’s rugged coastline? Visit the Cape Blanco Lighthouse for example, the oldest continuously operating light in the state with a fantastic outlook for whale spotting.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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