|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£570|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£492|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£595|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£595|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£786|
Oregon is located In the northwest of the United States, situated on the Pacific coastline. It features diverse landscapes such as forests, mountains, canyons and even deserts in the southeastern areas. The Wallowa Lake State Park offers one of the areas most scenic lakes where there are hiking trails and camping spots for visitors.
Visitors can land at one of four large airports to start their Oregon holidays. They are namely Portland International Airport, Mahlon Sweet Field, Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport and Roberts Field. Take a note that Oregon is eight hours behind GMT. The Empire Builder train line runs between Spokane and Washington where it continues on to Portland. The climate in Oregon is variable with the western third having relatively heavy rainfall, and little precipitation in the eastern two thirds that include desert areas.
The Crater Lake National Park includes the Crater Lake alongside the Cascade Mountains. For winter sports check out the Mount Bachelor ski resort near Bend which is one of the largest ski resorts in the United States. There are a variety of beaches to visit during Oregon holidays, such as the Cannon Beach along the northern Pacific coast, home to the massive Haystack Rock that rises up 235 feet from the ground. The Oswald West State Park beaches have plenty of waves for surfers to try out.
The capital of Oregon is Portland, where numerous museums await exploration. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry has an emphasis on earth sciences whereas the Portland Art Museum features several notable collections and regularly updated exhibits. Check out the Pittock Mansion museum in the hills of west Portland. In and around Bend, east of the Cascades, there is the High Desert Museum and the Newberry National Volcanic Monument where lava flows out of the earth for all to see.