Discovering Our Routes!

A Guide To Exploring Modern-Day Oregon Trails

In 1996, America celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Oregon Trail, it's the perfect time to explore some of Oregon's scenic routes. So let this be your guide. And like the early settlers, you'll discover a wealth of beauty and opportunity.
The Oregon Trail: over 150 years ago, it was an epic struggle. Today, it's a weekend drive.
The Cascade Lakes Highway: Oregon's highway in the sky.
The Roque/Umpqua Scenic Byway: Two raging rivers and a breathtaking National Park.
The Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge Loop: A majestic mountain, a mighty river and misty waterfalls.
The Lake/Harney Scenic Byway: The road less traveled offers Oregon's best-kept secrets.
The John Day Fossil Loop: An eight-hour drive that takes you back 30 million years.
The Coast Highway: No matter how many times you drive it, it always draws you back.
The Willamette Valley Covered Bridge Loops: A tour of “kissing bridges.”
Travel Information: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific NW Region, Statewide Tourism Information Contact, Regional Tourism Associations.
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