Views of Crater Lake in Oregon

Oregon Vacations: Evergreens & Volcanoes

Find Oregon’s spirit of adventure at every turn, from snow-capped peaks to the historic Lewis and Clark trail. Drive along the Pacific coast and visit Cannon Beach. Ski or hike Mount Hood, or marvel at the pure blue waters of Crater Lake National Park. Visit Portland—a quirky city known for its food trucks. Just outside the city, you’ll find the Columbia River Gorge and Multnomah Falls. Go on a wine tasting tour through Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Whether you’re looking to taste your way through Portland or want to get lost in the wild, a Liberty Travel Oregon vacation package can take you there.

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Oregon at a Glance

Currency: U.S. Dollar ($)

Tipping Customs: Tip anywhere between 20-25%

Power Up: A or B (two or three-prong) 110 V

Popular Drink: Craft beer and pinot noir

Must Eat: Anything with wild mushrooms

Language: English

Weather: Weather varies depending on where you’re going in the state. Dress in layers for higher elevations and pack a rain jacket.

Best Time to Visit: Year-round. Summer brings hiking, while winter draws ski enthusiasts to Mt. Hood.

The Hawthorne Bridge in Portland in the evening

Portland: Independent and Wild

Portland’s independent spirit is reflected in its bookstores (Powell’s City of Books is one of the world’s largest indie bookstores) and its food truck pods are renowned for their innovative cuisine and experimental flavors. The city is also known for its parks and natural beauty. Take a drive to the Columbia River Gorge and Vista House, Mount Hood, or stay in the city and stroll Laurelhurst Park, Mt. Tabor Park, the International Rose Test Garden, and Washington Park.

Experience Portland

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Man skiing in Oregon

Top Things to Do in Oregon

Keep Portland Weird
Visit Powell’s Books—the world’s largest independent bookstore, eat cuisine from around the world at the food trucks, and visit the International Rose Test Garden.

Ski a Volcano
Mount Hood is a volcanic mountain that boasts incredibly skiing. Timberline is the only ski area in North America open year-round.

Take a Wine Tour in the Willamette Valley
Taste your way through the wineries of the Willamette Valley.

Visit Crater Lake
This lake is as blue as lapis when seen from the boat tours that operate in the park in the summer. Plan with your Liberty Travel consultant; tours fill fast.

See Wild Oregon
With whitewater rafting, epic hiking, kite surfing in the Columbia River Gorge, and the treasures of the high desert, which include the John Day Fossil Beds, the Painted Hills, and Smith Rock—there’s an adventure for families and adrenaline-seekers alike.

A Western Meadowlark, a yellow bird native to Oregon

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