The Oregon Coast is famous for winter storms. Visitors who brave the coast from November to February are typically there to hunker down in their oceanfront hotel rooms and watch Mother Nature’s grand joust between land and sea. Twenty-foot waves are not uncommon sights during these winter months. Then again,
Solar Eclipse 2017 On August 21, 2017 there will be a total eclipse of the sun traversing the middle of the United States. The last time a total eclipse crossed the entire continental U.S. was in June 8, 1918. A total eclipse touched part of the continent in February, 1979.
After a few wonderful, food-filled days in Portland, we loaded up our rented VW Eurovan (our own van, Shaquille, couldn’t make it out in time, so the awesome team at Roadtrip Oregon hooked us up with an amazing stunt double). If you’re looking for an awesome way to experience the state, their
Editor Kevin Max takes a road trip with his family to explore the southern Oregon coast and ends up having quite an adventure. IT HAD BEEN COMING DOWN IN BUCKETS FOR DAYS. It was even chilly, late June on the coast. There was no tent this time. No rain-fly, no
Stand up paddling in Oregon can range from paddling around serene lakes and ponds to chasing coastal swell, riding waves, and river running. With a quick and easy learning curve, a person of nearly any age can get up on a SUP board and start paddling. In this way, stand-up
Few places in the world have such diverse and high quality fishing as Oregon. The Pacific coastline offers incredible opportunities to catch halibut and salmon. The major rivers deliver fresh runs of steelhead and salmon to the tributaries of central and eastern Oregon. The countless smaller mountain streams and lakes