Oregonians are a proud bunch and it's easy to see why. The state is one of the most diverse and beautiful in the country, and the people will fiercely defend it in hopes of keeping it that way. From rugged coasts, to volcanoes, to high deserts, to snow peaked mountains, Oregon is an outdoor-lover's dream.
Those traveling to Oregon for its nature should begin at the iconic Crater Lake then work their way north to the snowy summits of Mount Hood, making stops at the many forests, waterfalls, deserts, and rivers along the way. The Oregon Coast could be a trip in itself, because once you begin the drive along the wild coastline, you'll want to see it all.
Depending on your definition of the word, Portland could be considered the capital of cool. With a number of kitschy bars, coffee shops out the wazoo, and a passionate music scene, those with “hipster” sensibilities will feel as though they have found their mecca.
Other fun spots to check out, especially for their boozy potential, are the Willamette Valley and the city of Bend. The Willamette Valley has an emerging wine scene, while the outdoors capital of Oregon, Bend, is rumored to have the most breweries per capita in the world.
Head to Oregon in the fall -- the cool weather will add to the outdoors mood and couples with a pint well.
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