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Oregon has to be one of the most beautiful states in the USA. I recently returned from a road trip across Oregon and I want to show you some of my favorite places! From countless waterfalls, to the dramatic coastline, Oregon so much to offer! Where is your favorite place to visit in Oregon? My Second Relaxation channel: 🤍 Special thanks to David Rule for providing stunning shots: Instagram - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 My Travel Videos: Top 10 Places In Hawaii - 🤍 Top 10 Places In Utah - 🤍 Top 100 Places In Europe - 🤍 Top 10 Cities In Europe - 🤍 Top 10 Places In The Alps - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Scandinavia - 🤍 Top 10 Places In The UK - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Spain - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Europe - 🤍 Top 10 Places in Greece - 🤍 Top 10 places in Switzerland - 🤍 If you like my videos, consider supporting my channel on Patreon - 🤍 Song: Horizon by Ehrling 🤍
Check out all the places seen in this video: 🤍 The tenth largest state in the United States, Oregon exemplifies the beauty and wildness of America’s Pacific Northwest. While there are many cultural venues in Oregon worth exploring, it’s the state’s diverse landscapes that draw many travelers to this corner of the country. From rugged shorelines and thick verdant forests to towering volcanic mountains and steep river gorges, Oregon’s natural attractions are simply breathtaking. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Oregon: Video credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍
For my first full length feature - I set out to the coast of Oregon for 13 days. We chose the off season - ready to battle the challenging rain and wind in exchange for having most of the locations to ourselves. As a hiking guide with my business Roulette-Travel.com, I'm no stranger to inclement weather - and so was ready for the challenge of whatever Oregon could throw at us. Venturing into the Pacific Northwest for the very first time - I wasn't exactly sure what to expect - especially considering that I met my travel partner for the time - at baggage claim. We linked up through Instagram to split the costs of the trip as well as the burden of driving, and this documentary shows how it played out! Dive in with Roulette Travel as we travel 1,700 miles through Oregon's stunning forests and coastline, visiting 18 waterfalls and 8 cities along the way. From the lush forests along the Columbia River Gorge and its scenic waterfalls, to the giants of the redwood groves and back to the bridges and megaliths of the coast - this adventure has it all. Instagram: 🤍roulette_travel Web: Roulette-Travel.com Drone Used: 🤍 To License this footage, please visit roulette-travel.com/licensing For the full guide and written recap of this trip, visit 🤍 Trip Details Overall Itinerary - Portland (arrival), Keizer, Eugene, Roseberg, Grants Pass, Crescent City (California), Brookings, Lincoln City, Portland (departure) Lodging: $460 per person Rental Car: $456 total Fuel: $240 Food: $330 This trip was partially made possible through collaborations with Gregory Backpacks and the Roadtrippers Application. Music (licensed from SoundStripe Records) 'Begin at the End' - The Culprit 'Road Trip Radio' - Sounds Like Sander 'Tore Up' - Aaron Sprinkle 'Prepare Yourself' - Moments 'Color Change' - Be Still the Earth 'Blue Summer' - PALA 'Numbers' - OBOY Instrumental 'Deja Vu' - Nu Alkemi 'Dunes' - Hale 'Leave it on the Dancefloor' - PALA 'Knockdown' - Aaron Sprinkle '90's Sidewalkin' - Ghost Beatz 'Your Dearest' - Fillmore 'Nice to See You' - Abloom 'High Wire Act' - Aardverk 'Sunset' - Hale Instrumental 'Raindrops Fall on Freckled Faces' - Benson 'Wide Open' - Brent Wood 'Dewdroppah Dresden' - The Flamingo 'Over and Out' - Maor 'Just Remember' - Adrian Walther Facebook: 🤍roulettetravelinc Instagram: 🤍roulette_travel Web: roulette-travel.com
The Oregon Coast – Discover dynamic shorelines, towering forests and the art of coastal living when you explore Oregon's long and diverse coastline. Recent wildfires have brought untold hardship to Oregon, but this is a community that will forever stand strong. You can help with Oregon’s recovery by planning a vacation to the People’s Coast. 🤍 With COVID-19, it’s important to stay safe and practice social distancing. We hope you find the following content entertaining, inspiring, or useful for a future trip. Always research official websites for up-to-date information on closures and new health and safety policies as businesses and destinations reopen. Check out all the places we visited in this video: 🤍 When ready, browse vacation packages to Oregon: 🤍 In the USA’s Pacific Northwest, discover the #OregonCoast and start dreaming of the ultimate #vacation in this windswept and ruggedly beautiful region. #Explore the dozens of national and state parks across hundreds of miles of coastline. #Visit the many coastal towns that make up the charming tapestry of this West Coast destination. From the mouth of the mighty Columbia River to the streets of Bandon and all the intertidal treasures and lofty peaks in between, a #trip to the Oregon Coast will stir the imagination and ground you in the beauty of nature. For now, we hope you enjoy watching this #travel #guide as much as we enjoyed making it. More travel information around Oregon: 🤍 Subscribe to Expedia’s YouTube Channel for great travel videos and join the conversation on the best vacation ideas! - Follow us on social media: FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍 - 00:00 - Oregon Coast 01:23 - Astoria 04:00 - Seaside 5:09 - Cannon Beach 06:04 - Oswald West State Park 06:59 - Tillamook Bay 08:35 - Lincoln 10:30 - Newport 11:40 - Yachats 13:45 - Florence 14:18 - Reedsport 14:26 - The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area 14:45 - Coos Bay 16:15 - Bandon -
Oregon is a natural and lush green state, with several scenic tourist attractions. US 101 runs along the coast, linking a range of stunning resorts, and beaches with breathtaking coastlines. The coast stretches to the Columbia River, marking the state's northern boundary. The river flows along with the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, filled with fun things to do, such as windsurfing, waterfall hikes, and kiteboarding at Hood River. Alongside the natural splendors, Oregon also has a reputation for urban charm. The largest city of Portland has earned an international reputation for attracting visitors with its unique and friendly cultural scene. Further south, some cities, and destinations to explore include the bustling college towns, the coastal city of Newport, and the capital. There are many historical attractions in Oregon to explore, From rugged shorelines, and green forests to the imposing volcanoes, and gorges. Tourists can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities, wherever their journeys lead them. Plan your next trip to the beautiful state of Oregon, lets's get to the best places to visit in Oregon. 00:00 - Oregon beauty 01:27 - Bend 02:40 - Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area 03:47 - Silver Falls State Park 04:56 - Columbia River Gorge 06:04 - Hells Canyon National Recreation Area 07:19 - Mount Hood 08:31 - Astoria 09:45 - Portland 10:54 - Crater Lake National Park 12:26 - Cannon Beach #UsHistorians #Oregon #BestPlacesToVisit - Music Used chill. by sakura Hz 🤍 Creative Commons Ã¢â‚¬â€ Attribution 3.0 Unported Ã¢â‚¬â€ CC BY 3.0 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 - For any copyright issues, please reach out to us first before filing a claim with YouTube. Send us a message or email detailing your concerns and we'll make sure the matter is resolved immediately. All contact details are on our channel's "About" page! Please consider "fair use" before filing a claim. Thank You! Under Fair Use Policy: (Under 10 seconds) 3 Ayan Akbar 🤍 Taylor Hamilton 🤍 Escape the Bore 🤍 Blue Moon Universe 🤍 4 VM 🤍 SAIF Corporation 🤍 Bergen Davis 🤍 Austin White 🤍 5 Out Of This Van 🤍 Lindsey & Casey Shearer 🤍 ToORiMa 🤍 6 Jon Conti 🤍 Fire, Weather & Avalanche Center 🤍 Chris Boyan 🤍 7 Chenk'O 🤍 Northwest Aerial Imagery 🤍 Igor Shkinder 🤍 8 hawkdrivermann 🤍 Stace Baal 🤍 Steiner Drone Services 🤍 9 Xplore Film 🤍 Jesse F 🤍 Davydiuk Life Chanel 🤍 Jake’s Excellent Drone Adventures 🤍 10 SAIF Corporation 🤍 oregon 🤍 Oregon drone shots 🤍
Explore the most beautiful destinations in Oregon with us! Oregon, the tenth-largest state in the United States, is a Pacific Northwestern region of the Western United States. Blessed with such a location, Oregon has so much to offer to the tourists. Oregon offers some of the most captivating natural sights on the West Coast. Easily accessible to the tourists are the mile-long beaches, vibrant waterfalls, lush green forests, scenic mountains and steep river gorges. Here's a look at Oregon most beautiful places! Welcome to TRAVELOPIA! We will deliver you the greatest travel videos with the best places to visit around the world so that you are ready to pack your bags and go on a trip! We will show you the best tourist attraction in each country or city, magical places and much more so that your trip will be unforgettable. 🔴Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out our next videos: 🤍 👇🏼Let us know in the comments what your favorite place was! #Oregon #TravelGuideOregon #BestPlaceOregon
Welcome to Oregon, a place we still get really excited telling you about. Plan your trip at: 🤍 Produced by Wieden+Kennedy with animation by Psyop and Sun Creature Studio and the musical score composed by Jim Dooley. Produced in consultation with the Pendleton Round-Up and Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Featuring the following Oregonians: Xuemei Simard (noodle-maker, owner, Stretch the Noodle); George Fletcher (Pendleton Round-up Hall of Fame in 1969); Cheryl Strayed, Ashton Eaton; Rainbow Dickerson (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); CJ McCollum and Elise Esposito; Bill Walton and Lori Matsuoka; and Ranger Melissa Meitle. For more details on the people and places in this video, please visit: 🤍
Will and Kate embark on an insanely epic overland adventure through Central Oregon. They are overlanding solo on this trip and face many challenges while finding the secrets the epic Central Oregon High Desert have to offer. Come along on this family friendly adventure as we answer the question: How far is too far??? Were we insane to do this alone??? Join our Community! Every viewer is important to us. Please subscribe to our channel! 🤍 #overlanding #centraloregon #familyadventure
BARE USA is a photography project that contrasts natural beauty with man-made decay by photographing nude models in abandoned locations across all 50 US states. Join me as I explore abandoned locations in Oregon for my photography project BARE USA. We will first visit an old house in the forests of Portland Oregon. It's rumored to be the home of a Witch. It's a really cool structure and a true example of “they don't build em' like they use to”. Next, I visit the Lime Cement Factory. Note this location has since been demolished. I'm sorry it's true and it sucks because this was one of the coolest concrete playgrounds I've ever been to. It was wide open, free for roaming, climbing, and exploring. I was there for hours. Lastly, I check out an abandoned house in Vail Oregon. I wasn't exactly abandoned as it was full of birds but it was stripped down to its bones, which is always pretty cool to see. Visit my website briancattelle.com to collect fine art prints from the project. DM me to know more.
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Page Springs Campground is located at the base of Steens Mountain in southeast Oregon, just 3 miles from the town of Frenchglen. Thirty-six roomy campsites under cottonwood and juniper trees, and near the Donner and Blitzen River, welcome visitors year-round. The campground serves as the trailhead for two short hikes: the Blitzen River Trail meanders 4 miles up the river; and the Wilderness Nature Trail climbs gradually to the top of the bluff overlooking the valley floor and looping 1 mile. Page Springs also offers a large, covered picnic area for no-fee day use, multiple vault restrooms and drinking water. Hikers, fly-fishers, campers, bird watchers and families most enjoy Page Springs Campground. It provides a comfortable base for adventures on Steens Mountain or the nearby Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Know Before You Go: Camping fees are $8 per vehicle, per night. Campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis - no reservations. Fishing the river: catch and release only (rainbow trout); two, 8-inch minimum length per day limit (redband trout); artificial flies and lures only. Ticks, mosquitoes and rattlesnakes are known to be in the area - stay alert. A campground host is usually on site May-September. No equestrian use or stock trailers permitted. From Burns, take State Highway 78 southeast for approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto State Highway 205 and travel south for 60 miles to Frenchglen, Oregon. Just past Frenchglen, tum left onto the Steens Mountain Loop Road. Follow the Loop Road for approximately 3 miles before turning into Page Springs Campground to the right, just across the Donner und Blitzen River. Contact: Burns District Bureau of Land Management 28910 Hwy 20 West Hines, OR 97738 541-573-4400 🤍blm.gov/or/districts/bums Video captured in summer of 2015. Video produced by Larry Moore, BLM
👉 🤍 Exploring Oregon 1.0 by Morrisey Productions. Our goal with this video was to capture the most scenic locations the State of Oregon has to offer. Our journey started at on the North Oregon Coast and continued South until we reached Samuel Boardman State Park. From there we headed inland towards Mt Hood and Trillium Lake. After a night stay there we made our way towards the Painted Hills in Eastern Oregon. After a day of filming we headed back West and stopped at Rowena Crest for one final shot. Other locations we visited along the way included Ecola State Park, Pacific City, and the Lincoln City Thumb. We love exploring Oregon and the entire PNW discovery new locations to film. During the production of this video we traveled nearly 1,000 miles. For the most part we camped at various State Parks and occasionally wherever we could park my Jeep for the night. Of all the locations we filmed I think Samuel Boardman State Park on the Southern Oregon Coast is the most scenic. Music Credit: Blackmill - Evil Beauty Special Thanks to: Alex Reed: 🤍 Melissa Stough: 🤍 Morrisey Productions is regionally located in Portland Oregon and provides video production services to the entire Pacific Northwest. 🤍 Want to see more amazing drone videos? Oregon Coast Aerials: 🤍 Backpacking Adventure: 🤍 Hawaii Drone Video: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Morrisey Video Youtube - 🤍 Morrisey Productions - 🤍 Vimeo - 🤍 Pinterest - 🤍 Weebly - 🤍 Seaside Oregon - 🤍 Morrisey Video Production | Portland Oregon 1220 SW Morrison St #841 Portland, OR 97205 (971) 231-9908
We're back in the Pacific Northwest and we could not be happier! And for our first adventure, we went on a Southern Oregon Coast road trip from Brookings to Bandon. This region, similar to the rest of the Oregon Coast, is home to a gorgeous, rugged coastline, state parks, beaches, overlooks, hikes, small towns, insane rock formations, and so much more! 🔗Links See all of our camera & hiking gear: 🤍 Butternut Squash soup recipe: 🤍 ⌚Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 01:04 Whaleshead Beach 02:43 Natural Bridges 03:55 Secret Beach 06:25 Arch Rock 07:20 Lunch with a view 08:44 Sisters Rocks State Park 11:12 Cape Blanco State Park 13:15 Bandon, Oregon 13:58 Fish & Chips in Bandon 15:10 Kronenberg County Park 18:07 Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint 📍Locations in this vlog Whaleshead Beach (where we parked): 🤍 Natural Bridges: 🤍 Secret Beach: 🤍 Arch Rock: 🤍 Our lunch spot: 🤍 Sisters Rocks State Park (where we parked): 🤍 Cape Blanco State Park: 🤍 Bandon Fish Market: 🤍 Kronenberg County Park: 🤍 Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint: 🤍 📷 See ALL of our gear: 🤍 🚐 Our Van Life products: 🤍 💻 Follow us on social media! Instagram 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 🌎 See everywhere we have been + view our blogs and travel guides: 🤍 👋🏼 About us Hi y’all! We’re Adam, Kathryn, and Kona, an adventurous married couple (+ pup!) living on the road in our self-converted sprinter van! You can often find us driving all around the US and Canada, scoping out the best coffee shops, eating tacos and ice cream (we're a 5+ taco and 2+ scoop household), and enjoying nature. We help travelers spend less time (and stress!) planning their trip and more time enjoying it! Our detailed travel guides, YouTube videos, and travel resources share the must-visit local eats, popular and off the beaten path sights, and tons of tips to make planning your next adventure a whole lot easier. Note: We’ve linked a handful of items so you can see exactly which products we take with us. Full disclosureif you click on these links and make a purchase, we get a small commission at no extra cost to you. We will only ever recommend products we truly love, actually use during our adventures, and think you can benefit from too!
Enjoy another solo week trip vlog, this time we're in the Pacific Northwest in Portland, Oregon! Places listed down below ↓ ↳ My Links Blog: 🤍 Insta: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Business E-mail: hellogonewiththewendy🤍gmail.com ↳ Equipment: Camera: Canon G7 X Mark II (🤍 USB Studio Condenser (🤍 PoP Voice Lavalier Condenser iPhone Mic (🤍 Mini Flexible Tripod (🤍 Music: Donut - Lukrembo, Cosmetic Cosmos - Verified Picasso, Fender Bender - Bad Snacks, Unavailable- Causmic ↳ Places Day 1 Never Coffee Nola Doughnuts Powell Books Keep Portland Weird Sign Saturday Market Tom Mccall Waterfront Park Portland White Stag Sign Mill Ends Park Pioneer Square Portland Art Museum Grassa 1927 Smores Day 2 Blue Star Donuts Portland Flea Market Thrifting: House of Vintage, Red Light Exchange, 2nd Street, Artifact Recycle Pinolo Gelato Screen Door Day 3 Pine State Biscuit Good Coffee Rose Test Garden Japanese Garden #vlog #weekend #travelguide
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OREGON COAST was always a Road Trip we had on our bucket list. We never thought our van was going to make it all the way to the West Coast though 😂. Driving down Highway 101 in Oregon, exploring places like Seaside, Cannon Beach, Cape Kiwanda, Thor's Well was a dream come true. We ate lots of clam chowder, had campfires on the beach, and even found some magical spots that we know you will love! Oregon Coast will BLOW YOUR MINDS... We bet a beer on it! 🤩 Check out our NEW USA Travel Guide: 🤍 ✅ 10 tips to travel for only $30/day ✅ Everything you need for a successful road trip ✅ Four 7-day routes including states like (UT, AZ, CA, OR, WY, SD) ✅ All the free campsites we stayed at and the apps we used to find them ✅ How to deal with bathroom problems ✅ Eating & Shopping ✅ Tips to staying SAFE on the road (very important) ✅ Finances (the app we used to stay on budget) ✅ All of our instagram photo locations ✅ A list of every hike we did ranked by enjoyability and difficulty 😍 Download Our Instagram Presets: 🤍 🚐 Van Life Essentials: 🤍 💻 Website: theothersidevlog.com 😱 Instagram: 🤍 😍 TikTok: 🤍 📩 Email: othersidevlog🤍gmail.com . Tools and services we recommend: 🎵The copyright-free music we use in all our videos: 🤍 📊The tool we use for youtube research & stats: 🤍 📕The book that will get you started on Youtube: 🤍 .. #Oregon #OregonCoast #OregonRoadTrip . WE ARE A PARTICIPANT IN THE AMAZON SERVICES LLC ASSOCIATES PROGRAM, AN AFFILIATE ADVERTISING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A MEANS FOR US TO EARN FEES BY LINKING TO AMAZON.COM AND AFFILIATED SITES.
Portland Oregon in the PNW has many amazing things to do. Whether you want to see Multnomah Falls, go to the Portland International Rose Test Garden, the Portland Japanese Garden, or more, there is plenty to do on a trip in Portland. The Columbia River Gorge has beautiful Oregon hikes near Portland, and you can eat donuts at Voodoo Donuts and ice cream at Salt and Straw. Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock, and the Oregon Coast are only a day trip away. Mount Hood, Silver Falls State Park, and Mount St. Helens are also nearby. FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIALS FOR MORE CONTENT! 🤍 🤍 🤍 SUPPORT VENESSA BY CHECKING OUT HER ETSY! 10% off with code: WANDERLUST10 🤍 PREPARE VISAS & OTHER TRAVEL DOCUMENTS ONLINE! Visas and Travel Documents iVisa Application Page: 🤍 Photos Application Page: 🤍
#oregonaquarium #oregoncoast #oregoncoast # Aquarius #oregoncoastaquarium #aquarius #newportoregon #newportoregonaquarium #aquariumfacific #oregoncoastaquarium Thủy cung Bờ biển Oregon là một thủy cung ở Newport thuộc bang Oregon, Hoa Kỳ. Khai trương vào năm 1992, cơ sở này nằm trên diện tích 23 mẫu Anh (9,3 ha) dọc theo Vịnh Yaquina gần Thái Bình Dương. Thủy cung là nhà của Keiko, con orca đóng vai chính trong bộ phim Free Willy, từ ngày 7 tháng 1 năm 1996 cho đến ngày 9 tháng 9 năm 1998, khi nó được chuyển đến Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland. USA Today coi Thủy cung Bờ biển Oregon là đẳng cấp top 10 thế giới và tạp chí Coastal Living xếp nó trong số mười thủy cung hàng đầu ở Bắc Mỹ.
Oregon: One Day in Florence, OR - Travel Vlog | Exploring the Oregon Coast - What to Do, See, & Eat Welcome to Oregon (state 46/50)! For our time in the Beaver State (yes, you heard that right) we spent one day exploring the quaint coastal town of Florence. Situated just an hour west of the larger city of Eugene, Florence is home to miles of rolling sand dunes, beautiful beaches, and charming boutiques making it an incredible small-town getaway. We started our day at an outboard motor repair shop turned coffee shop before making our way 15 mins north of town to the Heceta Head Lighthouse. After taking in the beautiful coastal sites, we headed back into town for lunch, but not without making a short pit stop at the famous Sea Lion Caves. We spent the afternoon exploring the many boutique shops, enjoyed a rainy evening on Heceta Beach, and ended our day with a delicious dinner in a 1912 train station that was moved in pieces from the town of Mapleton (15 miles east of its current location) and reassembled in Old Town Florence and is now home to Waterfront Depot… A riverside restaurant offering “Elevated Coastal Cuisine”. Even though the weather didn’t cooperate enough for us to experience the incredible playground that the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area presents, we still had a wonderful time in this awesome little town! Check out our “One Day in Florence, OR” itinerary for help planning your visit! 🤍 Make sure to watch the end for bloopers ———————————————————————————————————— Oregon: One Day in Florence, OR | State 46/50 | Travel Vlog 2021 Filmed October 27, 2021 ———————————————————————————————————— PATREON: Support our work & get awesome goodies… 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— TRAVEL PLANNING: Overwhelmed planning your next vacation? Let us help! Click here to get started — 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— MAIL TIME: If you want to be pen pals, send us a postcard from your recent travels, or send us a product to review, you can send it to the address below! Matt & Nat PO Box 140231 Nashville, TN 37214 ———————————————————————————————————— OUR CURRENT GEAR: Sony RX100 VII: 🤍 Nikon D5600 DX - DSLR: 🤍 DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo: 🤍 GoPro Hero 9 Black: 🤍 Full List Here… 🤍 Shop our Amazon Storefront with ALL of our travel Essentials… 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— WATCH NEXT: ▶ 5 Must-Do Las Vegas Attractions 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— $40 AIRBNB DISCOUNT! We can't recommend Airbnb enough! Use this link for up to $55 off your first Airbnb booking: 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— *MUSIC* All music is from Epidemic Sound! Check out this link for a FREE Trial! 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— ★★ FOLLOW US ★★ INSTAGRAM - 🤍AdventuresofMattandNat 🤍 TRAVEL BLOG - 🤍 TIK TOK- 🤍AdventuresofMattandNat FACEBOOK - 🤍 TWITTER- 🤍AdventuresofMattandNat - 🤍 ———————————————————————————————————— About Us We’re Matt and Nat, a part time travel couple based out of Nashville, TN. Like everyone else, 2020 turned our world upside down. With more time on our hands than ever and multiple international trips canceled, we were left wondering what our 2021 travel plans would look like. What we realized is that we wanted to see more of our own beautiful country, so we decided to set out on our biggest adventure yet… to see all 50 states in a year! This channel is about all things travel & adventure. From vlogs, to tips & tricks, to crazy travel stories, the best foods, as well as product & service reviews, & soo much more. So please make sure you SUBSCRIBE (it really helps us out) to follow along on this crazy adventure. :)
One of eastern Oregon's most popular fishing spots, man-made Chickahominy Reservoir was first stocked with rainbow trout in the summer of 1967. It is still stocked once or twice a year with fingerlings and legal-size fish. The water level fluctuates with the amount of spring run-off and can be low at times, affecting the availability of fisheries. The recreation site offers 28 campsites, a fish cleaning station, drinking water, vault restrooms and a boat ramp. The extensive valley where Chickahominy Reservoir lies is surrounded by foothills, distant buttes and rough ridges - a landscape that provides far-reaching views of the open high desert country. Wildlife species common to the area include mule deer, pronghorn antelope, black-tailed jackrabbits, coyotes and ground squirrels. A variety of waterfowl, raptors and songbirds frequent the area as well. Know Before You Go: The fishing season peaks in June and resumes in September as the hot summer weather ends. Ice fishing is popular from December to late February. Camping fees are $8 per vehicle, per night. Campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis - no reservations. Shade is limited and strong winds are common - be prepared to tie everything down. Five, 8-inch minimum length trout per day limit; bait is allowed. Chickahominy Reservoir is located on Hwy. 20 between Bend and Burns, Oregon. From Burns, take U.S. Highway 20 west for approximately 32 miles to milepost 100, and tum north (right) into Chickahominy Reservoir Campground. Contact: Burns District Bureau of Land Management 28910 Hwy 20 West Hines, OR 97738 541-573-4400 🤍blm.gov/or/districts/burns Video captured in summer of 2015 and produced by Larry Moore, BLM
Pack your fishing gear and your raft and bring family and friends, because this corridor has something for everyone! This North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River Corridor is known for its stunning forest setting with the emerald green waters of the North Umpqua running right through the heart of it. Nestled amongst old-growth trees, one can relax at Susan Creek Campground, take a hike along the river on the 1.5 mile long Emerald Trail or stroll up the short trail to 50’ tall Susan Creek Falls. Anglers from across the country, flock to the North Umpqua to fly-fish for the elusive salmon and steelhead. The 79-mile long North Umpqua Trail is perfect for longer distance hikes and mountain bike excursions. Know Before You Go: • Susan Creek Campground opens late-April and closes late-October. • Pets are allowed in the campground, but must be kept on a 6-foot or shorter leash. • 29 individual camping sites, 15 of which can be reserved for part of the year. To reserve sites visit 🤍recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777. • Angling on this stretch of the river is limited to fly-fishing only. • The North Umpqua is a class III whitewater river. It demands your attention. Directions: To access to the Susan Creek Recreation Area, travel 29 miles east of Roseburg along Highway 138. A parking area is located at the Susan Creek day-use area; this is where river access for rafters is located. Across the road, an easy ADA accessible 0.8 mile trail leads to the 50 foot tall Susan Creek Falls. Point of Interest: The spectacular 79-mile long North Umpqua Trail is popular with hiker and mountain bikers, and can be accessed by crossing the Tioga Bridge or at Swiftwater day-use area. Contact: BLM Roseburg District, 777 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97471 or 541- 440-4930 🤍
The Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area (CMPA) is approximately 500,000 acres of private and public land offering diverse scenic and recreation experiences. The CMPA encompasses deep glacier-carved gorges, stunning scenery, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, and a way of life for all who live there. The 52-mile Steens Mountain Backcountry Byway provides access to four campgrounds, numerous trails, the Riddle Brothers Ranch National Historic District, wild horse roaming areas, and opportunities for fishing and hunting. The views from Kiger Gorge, East Rim, Big Indian Gorge, Wildhorse, and Little Blitzen Gorge overlooks are not to miss! Know Before You Go: There are long distances between services and amenities, such as fuel, drinking water, restrooms and cell phone reception. Most roads in the area are rough and primitive -high clearance or 4x4 vehicles along with high quality tires are recommended. The remote nature and vast landscape of the area may leave even the most experienced traveler confused or lost. Traveling with a current map of the area is essential. The Steens Mountain CMPA is a mixture of public and private lands and specially designated areas where particular regulations may apply. Obey road closure signs and stay on designated open routes (which are those shown on current BLM maps) -driving off road is prohibited. Respect land owners and always get permission to go onto private property. From Bums, take State Highway 78 southeast for approximately 2 miles. Tum right onto State Highway 205 and travel south for 60 miles to Frenchglen. Just past Frenchglen, tum left onto the Steens Mountain Loop Road. Contact: Bums District Bureau of Land Management 28910 Hwy 20 West Hines, OR 97738 541-573-4400 🤍blm.gov/or/districts/bums
Sharps Creek Recreation Site is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, 18 miles southeast of Cottage Grove. Located in evergreen forest, the site consists of a small, family campground and a day-use area overlooking Sharps Creek. Here, visitors will find opportunities for hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, camping, picnicking, swimming, and panning for gold! In addition to the recreational activities provided at Sharps Creek, there are several interesting attractions nearby. The Bohemia Mining District and covered bridges offer a glimpse into the area's past. Dorena Lake provides opportunities for fishing, wildlife viewing, boating, swimming, and windsurfing. Hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians can enjoy the area's remarkable scenery while traveling the 16-mile Row River Trail. This National Recreation Trail is an old abandoned railway that has been developed into a paved multiple-use recreational trail extending from downtown Cottage Grove to the small community of Culp Creek. For more information Contact: 3106 Pierce Parkway Suite E P.O. Box 10226 Eugene, OR 97477 541-683-6600
The Explore Oregon exhibit hall opened in May 2014, representing a major expansion of the museum's public exhibition space and its coverage of the Pacific Northwest's natural history. Learn about the exhibit - and the inspiration behind it - through this short video.
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Between Eugene and the coast, just off Hwy 126, visitors can enjoy picnicking, hiking, and camping at Whittaker Creek! The site offers family camping in a wooded riverside location with a hiking trail that provides access to an old growth stand of Douglas-fir high above the campground. The 2.5 mile Old Growth Ridge Trail was designated in 1994 as a National Recreation Trail due to the exceptional wildlife, geologic features, and old growth trees that are typical of coast range ecosystems. Chinook and coho salmon, as well as steelhead trout can be observed in the fall and winter months in the creek next to the campground. The site also features a paved boat ramp that provides drift boat and canoe access to the Siuslaw River. RV and Truck Length Limit: 32 feet. For more information: 3106 Pierce Parkway Suite E P.O. Box 10226 Eugene, OR 97477 541-683-6600 🤍
Presenting Louis & Keegan Adventure #2: The Alvord Desert In this adventure, Keegan Van Hook and Louis Bengtson embark on a scenic wander of Eastern Oregon's Alvord Desert the barest land in all of Eastern Oregon. Along the way we learn about the desert's natural environment as well as its human history. Join us! This is the second installment of Louis & Keegan Adventures, following our first film "The Cornucopia Project," which came out last year. 🤍 Support for this content is provided by generous donations from viewers like you. 🤍
Jordan Craters is a volcanic field, covering 27 square miles with olivine basalt. This otherworldly scene is the result of lava flow that occurred in two main phases, both less than 30,000 years ago. This ancient lava field features craters, lava tubes and pahoehoe (a Hawaiian term meaning “ropy,” describing the smooth, billowy lava flows), showing just how mobile a lava flow can be. Drive right up to Coffee Pot Crater, a well-preserved, steep-sided crater that covers two-thirds of a square mile. Hike through or take photos of this alien-like terrain and explore the area’s beautiful and geologically violent past. • The area is full of rugged terrain, footing is precarious. • Lack of trails, sharp lava formations and open pits can be dangerous for the most experienced hiker. • The lava fields can reach temperatures of more than 120 degrees during the summer. Dehydration is a very real and very dangerous possibility. Bring enough water to remain hydrated. • Roads become nearly impassable when wet. • Winter weather can make access difficult. • High-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicles are recommended. Jordan Craters is located in the southeast corner of Oregon in Malheur County. From Highway 95, 8 miles north of Jordan Valley, turn west at the Jordan Craters sign onto Cow Creek Road. Follow BLM Jordan Craters access signs for 25 miles to the site. Coffee Pot Crater: the only crater on site to offer vehicle access. This area also features roughly aligned spatter cones—blocks of lava that have welded together, forming cones. Contact: BLM Vale District 100 Oregon St. Vale, OR 97918 541-473-3144
Wildwood Recreation Site is located along the Mount Hood Scenic Byway near the town of Welches, Oregon. Mount Hood, Oregons tallest mountain, beckons travelers through a forested corridor to wade the waters of the Wild and Scenic Salmon River. This day-use area is home to a wide range of recreation facilities and the Cascade Streamwatch Trail. Visitors have a chance to explore natural stream and wetland ecosystems along accessible interpretive trails and boardwalks and observe native fish in a unique, underwater fish viewing chamber. Natural Features: Nestled in a bend of the spectacular Wild and Scenic Salmon River, Wildwood Recreation Site encompasses 550 acres of beautiful land forested with old-growth Douglas fir, western hemlock, and western red cedar. Dense vegetation provides nice privacy between sites. Recreation: Hiking and wandering the boardwalks at Wildwood is the best way to experience the park. The Cascade Streamwatch Trail is an accessible, 3/4-mile paved loop that features quality educational displays, picturesque views of the Salmon River and a fish viewing window below stream level.The Wetlands Trail is an accessible, 3/4-mile loop trail leading to the challenging Boulder Ridge Trail, which is a 4.7-mile hike up the steep slopes of Huckleberry Mountain into the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness. Visitors also enjoy swimming and fishing in the cool, clear waters of the Salmon River. Facilities: Wildwood is an excellent place for large groups, company picnics or special events. The site offers family picnic units, several group shelters, outdoor picnic kitchens, athletic fields, volleyball and basketball courts and fully accessible trails. Picnic tables, fire rings and grills are available at each site. Flush toilets and drinking water are also provided. Nearby Attractions: Mount Hood National Forest offers many recreational activities, including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping, backpacking, and skiing, among others. Mount Hood, Oregon's tallest mountain, beckons travelers through a forested corridor to wade the waters of the Wild and Scenic Salmon River. Located along the Mount Hood Scenic Byway near the town of Welches, Wildwood Recreation Site is a day use area home to a wide range of recreation facilities and the Cascade Streamwatch Trail. Visitors have a chance to explore natural stream and wetland ecosystems along accessible interpretive trails and boardwalks and observe native fish in a unique underwater fish viewing chamber. The site offers family picnic units, several group shelters, outdoor picnic kitchens, playing fields, volleyball and basketball courts and fully accessible trails. The site also provides access to the Salmon River and an extensive system of trails in the Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness (managed by the Mount Hood National Forest). Wildwood is excellent for large groups, company picnics or special events. The extensive Cascade Streamwatch and wetland boardwalk complex are also ideal for environmental education and school groups. Contact Wildwood Recreation Site at 503-622-3696 to schedule. Contact: 1717 Fabry Road, SE Salem, OR 97306 Phone: 503-375-5642 Fax: 503-375-5622 E-mail: BLM_OR_SA_Mail🤍blm.gov (503) 375-5646 🤍
The Little North Fork Recreation Area is located in Marion County roughly 32 miles east of Salem near Mehama, Oregon. The Little North Fork Recreation Area is off the North Fork Road on the banks of the Little North Fork of the Santiam River in the forested foothills of the cascade Mountains west of the Forest Service Opal Creek Wilderness Area. Several agencies including Marion County, US Forest Service, private timber companies, non-profit organizations, and the BLM work cooperatively to manage recreation within the area. Elkhorn Valley Recreation Site is a 78-acre developed camping and day-use recreation facility established by the Bureau of Land Management in 1962; the site encompasses undeveloped and developed areas including individual campsites, picnic sites, swimming and wading areas, and a diverse example of Cascade foothill forest structure that provides an ideal aesthetic setting for people to enjoy. Amenities available include an extensive pump and gravity fed potable water system, individual fire rings and grills, toilets, garbage service, trails, and a camp host. Visitors pay a standard amenity fee of $5 for day use at the site. This business plan would increase the expanded amenity fees for use of 14 first come-first served tent sites and 9 first come-first served RV/camper trailer sites. Numerous other outdoor recreation opportunities exist within a 30-mile radius. Canyon Creek Recreation Site is an approximately 5-acre developed day-use site established by the Bureau of Land Management in 1963. Visitors pay a standard amenity fee of $5 for day use at the site. The site encompasses undeveloped and developed areas including picnic sites, walking and hiking trails, swimming and wading areas, and a diverse example of Cascade foothill forest structure that provides an ideal aesthetic setting people enjoy. For more information: Fishermen’s Bend Recreation Site P.O. Box 785 Mill City, OR 97360 (503) 897-2406 BLM Northwest District Office 1717 Fabry Road SE Salem, OR 97306 (503) 375-5646 🤍
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From exploring tide pools teeming with life to witnessing Oregon's tallest lighthouse, there is something for every visitor at Yaquina Head. Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area extends out from the Oregon coast, one mile into the Pacific Ocean. Standing 93 feet tall at the westernmost point of the basalt headland, the lighthouse has been a bright beacon of the night, guiding ships and their supplies along the west coast since the light was first lit on August 20, 1873. The offshore islands are a year-round refuge for harbor seals and a spring-summer home for thousands of nesting seabirds. Gray whales can be spotted during their annual migrations to Mexico (late fall-early winter) and Alaska (late winter-early spring). During the summer months some gray whales take the opportunity to feed in the shallow waters around the headland. Cobble Beach is compiled of millions of round basalt rocks that produce an applause-like sound as the waves roll in. When the tide is low a vibrant ocean floor is revealed—pools of colorful animals including orange sea stars, purple sea urchins, and giant green anemones. Rangers are at hand to answer questions and point out all of the amazing plants and animals that call the tide pools home. Visit the Interpretive Center and discover 140 years of lighthouse history and thousands of years of natural and cultural history. Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses, a non-profit organization, offers site-related books, maps, and postcards in their interpretive store. Whether you want to see raging winter storms batter the Oregon coast, learn about the role lighthouses played in the westward expansion of the United States, or watch peregrine falcons at play, visit Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area and experience something wild. For more information: 750 NW Lighthouse Drive, Newport, OR 97365 (541)574-3100 BLM_OR_SA_YHONA_Comments🤍blm.gov 🤍
A downtown tour of Portland shows some real surprises! So here we are in downtown Portland Oregon. You’ve probably heard that Portland has a lot of challenges, and is being run by a terrible liberal government that turns its back on crime and vandalism and homelessness. Those are all true. Portland suffers from mismanagement, and has for years now, and because of that lots of bad people are coming and lots of good people are leaving. Say what you want about Portland’s politics and crime, but it IS a really pretty and charming place, despite a lot of the damage that’s been done by vandals and the homeless stain on the city. And on this drive, we’re going to take a tour through a lot of downtown Portland. We’re lucky, because the day I chose this drive was a nice one. It was evening in late October, right when the city’s maple trees were beginning to fall, creating a neat orange carpet. Now I know you came to see the homeless tents, and we'll get to that part and we'll see the part of town that's in tatters from the looting too. But I have to say, while driving around downtown Portland I was surprised that the city wasn’t as destroyed or chaotic or overrun with tents like I had thought it would be. Oh I mean it was a thing, but it wasn’t as BAD as you hear about on the news. At least when I was here. On this drive you’ll see a lot of windows broken out and graffiti and homeless people. But Portland has had some time to recover from the seemingly endless protests, where a holes battled with the cops and ruined a big chunk of downtown. The city is also actively trying to clean up all the bum poop and the needles and has begun to push some of the homeless encampments out of downtown and into surrounding areas. Here’s where all the rioting happens that you see on TV. Based on news reports, you’d think that the whole city was up in flames and gutted out. But it’s actually just in one small part of downtown that’s about 5 blocks long. And until there’s another overreaction to something that happens here, this riot zone is pretty peaceful and quiet. Too bad it can’t stay this way all the time, but vandals and criminals and idiots can’t seem to remain civil. They’ll jack this part of town up again, sadly. This is where a big part of the homeless gather downtown. It’s in an area off of Burnside, near Portland’s Chinatown. These blocks and blocks of downtown have been overtaken by tents, and it's an area that kind of ruins a whole section of downtown. When I was here, it was all mostly contained to one area. Don’t get me wrong - the homeless spill out into the surrounding blocks and leave trash everywhere and harass people and cause issues. And almost all bathrooms in the area have a keypad to get in to prevent homeless people from using area bathrooms to do what homeless people do in there. But it’s not really that dangerous here in downtown’s tent city. At least to me. Sure it looks bad, but I walked around in this area at night and it was actually pretty quiet. It was like the homeless people were all given sedatives or something. And the maple leaves on the sidewalk certainly helped to cover up a lot of the grimy homeless mess, too. You can see a lot more of this in another video I did that only covered Portland’s homeless problem. And when you drive around into other parts of the city, it’s clear that it is a BIG problem. #oregon #moving Subscribe to World According to Briggs here! 🤍 You can buy my music here: iTunes: 🤍 More places to get my music: -Google Play: 🤍 -Amazon Music: 🤍 This channel is about America! The best video on this topic!
Welcome to the North Bank Habitat Management Area. North Bank offers visitors the opportunity to hike, bike, and horseback ride on miles of roads and trails. With hidden creeks, high ridgelines, oak-savannah woodlands, and thickly forested canyons, the opportunities for wonderful views are nearly endless. Two access points offer access into the heart of North Bank. At the Comstock day-use area, a pavilion, picnic tables, barbecue grill and vault toilet offers a superb venue for your post-outing picnic. Know Before You Go: • BLM-host on duty at main entrance. • The main entrance gate is open Friday through Monday, 8am to 8pm. • West Entrance: Can accommodate 4-5 horse trailers or 10 vehicles, and has a small informational kiosk. • Comstock Day Use Area: Can accommodate 6-8 horse trailers and 8 vehicles. • There is no potable water at North Bank so be sure to bring your own. • North Bank is closed to all motorized use. • Hunting is a popular activity in the fall. Use caution if recreating this time of year. Directions: Traveling North on I-5 from Roseburg, Take exit 129 toward Winchester/Wilbur. Turn left on 99. Turn Right onto North Bank Road. Travel approximately 6 miles and West Entrance is on your left. Continue on North Bank for approximately 6 miles and Comstock entrance is on your left. North Bank can also be accessed by Highway 138 right before you get to Glide. Point of Interest: North Bank has been set aside for the conservation of Columbian white-tailed deer habitat. Bring your binoculars and try and spot this elusive deer along with many other types of wildlife including black bear, cougar and fox. Contact: BLM Roseburg District, 777 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97471 or 541-440-4930. 🤍
Diamond Craters, an Outstanding Natural Area of 17,000 acres (23 square miles), has some of the most diverse basaltic volcanic features in the nation clustered within a small, accessible area. The area displays an entire range of eruptions possible in basaltic volcanism. It was formed sometime in the past 25,000 years and now resembles a thin, rocky pancake with a few bumps. Features identifiable at the Outstanding Natural Area include craters and vents, cinder cones, spatter cones, lava tubes, driblet spires, a graben, and a water-filled maar. • It took thousands of years of volcanic activity to form Diamond Craters, but only a few seconds can damage its features. Help BLM protect this area. Please do not destroy or collect plants, animals or rocks. • There are no restroom facilities or other amenities. Bring your own water and shelter and follow Leave No Trace principles: pack it in, pack it out. • Keep your vehicle on hard-packed road surfaces and obvious parking areas. From Burns, take State Highway 78 southeast for approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto State Highway 205 and travel south for 46 miles to the Diamond Junction. Turn left at the junction and travel approximately 6 miles to the junction of Lava Bed Road and Happy Valley Road. Turn left onto Lava Bed Road to access Diamond Craters Outstanding Natural Area. Located in southeast Oregon’s high desert country, Diamond Craters is really unlike any other place in North America. A brochure is available to help you find your way around its special volcanic features. Contact Info: Burns District Bureau of Land Management 28910 Hwy 20 West Hines, OR 97738 541-573-4400 🤍blm.gov/or/districts/burns