You might know that Crater Lake National Park is Oregon’s only national park, that its namesake lake is the deepest in the United States, and that Rim Drive—the 33-mile loop around the lake—is among the most scenic drives anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. And while that’s all true, there’s a lot to Crater Lake’s history […]
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You have no shortage of outstanding views at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon’s only national park and the subject of our newest tour. Want to gawk at the lake’s impossibly blue hue from along the 33-mile Rim Drive, ascend one of the park’s scenic peaks, or even get down to the shore for a truly […]
And returning permits to Multnomah Falls
It sounds unbelievable, but it’s true: No two visits to the Hood River Fruit Loop are ever quite alike. A visit in early spring might showcase colorful fruit blossoms, while a return visit in summer yields the height of harvest season—with juicy berries, plump cherries, and other items ripe for the picking. By fall, a […]
One of the most special drives in Oregon has to be the approach to Mount Hood. This drive provides the traveler with an experience of the best parts of this state we love: old growth forests, waterfalls, dramatic mountain views, and volcanic topography. And then there is the hiking… and biking… and stories! Did you […]
Our driving tour down the wildfire affected area on the McKenzie River Scenic Byway takes you past Finn Rock, a special place with a very notable resident.
Going back centuries, the Hood River Valley has meant many things to many people. For millennia, the Wasco-Wishram tribes hunted, foraged, and camped in what was once a forested valley. The mid-1800s brought European-American emigrants to the region, where they began chopping down trees and planting the area’s first fruit orchards. By the late 1800s […]
We just love the McKenzie River Scenic Byway. With Together Anywhere, you can experience a road trip like you never have before. Our GPS location based app tells you stories and places to visit.
…other than Multnomah Falls and even without an entry ticket!
One of the most special drives in Oregon has to be the McKenzie Scenic Highway 242. A scenic byway only open six months a year, this drive provides the traveler with an experience of the best parts of this state we love: old growth forests, waterfalls, dramatic mountain views, and volcanic topography. And then there is the hiking… and boating… and biking… and stories! And did you know that astronauts have been here? Well let’s find out more.