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  1. Friendly Haven Rise Biodynamic Farm

    Reconnect with food at its source by preparing a garden fresh meal, and then stay the night at this educational biodynamic farm. Friendly Haven Rise Biodynamic Farm offers classes that teach sustainable ways to live on the land with a good heart for all who…

    Location: 20309 NE 242nd Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604
  2. Gifford Pinchot National Forest

    The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is one of the oldest National Forests in the United States. Included as part of the Mount Rainier Forest Reserve in 1897, this area was set aside as the Columbia National Forest in 1908. It was renamed the Gifford Pinchot…

    Location: Trout Lake, WA 98650
  3. Goat Rocks Wilderness — Gifford Pinchot National Forest

    Hike the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail through this rugged, high alpine terrain named for the many mountain goats that reside here.  A U.S. Wilderness Area first recognized in 1931, is actually part of an ancient volcano, eroded over time. Today, Gilbert Peak and Old…

    Location: Packwood , WA 98361
  4. Hole in the Ground

    Hole in the Ground is a distinctive feature of the Cascades. It is a spectacular, memorable site – it is what it’s called, a giant, round depression in the middle of nowhere – and it naturally invites one to question, How did it form? The…

    Location: 43.241, -121.1154
  5. Hosmer Lake

    Hosmer Lake is in the Deschutes National Forest and is a natural area with diverse pine forests, wildflowers in the summer and wildlife. In 1962, the lake was named in honor of Paul Hosmer, a long-time resident of Bend and a well-known amateur naturalist. Atlantic…

    Location: Hosmer Lake, OR
  6. Hummocks Trail

    The Hummocks Trail is a wonderful pond-filled area for viewing migrating birds in the Mt. St. Helens area of the Central Cascades region. Migration starts in April bringing uncommon Nashville Warblers and Lazuli Buntings to alders, along w/ Orange-crowned and Yellow-rumped Warblers and Common Yellowthroats; and…

    Location: Hiwy 504 Milepost 45.1, Toutle, WA
  7. Imperial Stock Ranch

    The Imperial Stock Ranch has been operating continuously since 1871, producing sheep, cattle, grains and hay. Established as an 160-acre homestead claim, it grew to become Oregon’s largest individually owned land and stock holding.  Designated a National Historic District, the ranch headquarters is an ongoing working…

    Location: 92462 Hinton Road, Maupin, OR 97037
  8. Jackson F. Kimball State Park

    J.F. Kimball State Park is situated in a pristine forest setting at the headwaters of the Wood River. The river emerges as bubbling springs from a rocky mountainside into a beautiful, large, clear-blue lagoon. The park features 10 primitive campsites, canoe access to the Wood River…

    Location: Sun Pass Highway, Fort Klamath, OR 97626
  9. Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area

    The park offers camping hiking, biking, swimming and boating. This park is also about 40 miles from Crater Lake National Park, and makes an excellent jumping-off point for an exploration of southern Oregon. Picture yourself in a campsite overlooking Lost Creek Reservoir with wildlife, large conifer…

    Location: 35251 Hwy 62, Trail, OR 97541
  10. Klamath Basin Birding Trail

    The Klamath Basin Birding Trail guides birders on a spectacularly scenic route that includes dozens of birding hot spots, including the Wood River Day Use Area just outside Crater Lake National Park. The trail showcases an incredible natural resource that includes more than 350 bird…

    Location: Forest Service Road 960, Fort Klamath, OR 97626
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