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  1. Ashford Creek Pottery

    Original stoneware, paintings, and glassworks at this tiny and adored gallery reflect Pacific Northwest spirituality and celebrate the natural beauty. Located in a small mountain community of Ashford, visitors can enjoy distinctive handcrafted pottery that has embraced the essence of Mount Rainier’s flora for over…

    Location: 30510 State Route 706 East, Ashford, WA 98304
  2. Ashland

    Shakespeare Festival, outdoor activities, Mt. Ashland for skiing, culture and arts… people who visit often want to move to Ashland. This vibrant community tucked in the shadow of the Siskiyou Mountains, home to Southern Oregon University has been voted among the top 10 best small towns to both visit…

    Location: 555 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland Oregon, OR 97520
  3. Aspen Lakes Golf Course/Brand 33 Restaurant

    The Cyrus family, a sixth-generation Central Oregon family that originally came over the Oregon Trail in the 1840s, built and owns Aspen Lakes Golf Course in Sisters. Aspen Lakes is an 18-hole golf course, featuring unique red-sand bunkers, that has drawn international attention. Combined with classic Central Oregon views…

    Location: 16900 Aspen Lakes Drive, Sisters, OR 97759
  4. Aufderheide Memorial Drive

    The Aufderheide is truly one of Oregon’s most authentic and scenic byways. It runs from Westfir (on Highway 58) north to Rainbow (on Highway 126), following various rivers and streams up and over a mountain pass. You’ll encounter giant old-growth trees, awesome mountaintop vistas, hiking…

    Location: 46375 Highway 58, Westfir, OR 97492
  5. Aunt Ding’s

    This cafe offers fine home-made food, including some of the best pies anywhere. It’s nicely decorated, spotless and staffed by friendly employees. It’s a great spot to stop by on your way to recreational activities on the McKenzie River or up and over the pass…

    Location: Highway 126, Walterville, OR
  6. Avenue of the Boulders

    The Avenue of the Boulders provides visual information as to the power of volcanic eruptions and the strength of water flows.  These boulders were thrown all the way from Mt. Mazama- more than 20 miles distant – when it erupted 7,700 years ago and created the caldera now…

    Location: Mill Creek Drive, Prospect, OR 97536
  7. Bald Eagles on Odell Lake

    Picturesque Odell Lake offers a chance to view the majestic bald eagle in person, and revisit later from wherever you are. When you visit the lake and its rustic lodge, you may spot one or more bald eagles (there have been reports of as many as seven at…

    Location: Odell Lake, Oregon
  8. Barlow Road Tollgate Maples – Heritage Trees

    Near the town of Rhododendron, two bigleaf maple trees stand on each side of the replica tollgate that marks the westernmost and last tollgate operated on the Barlow Road—the branch of the Oregon Trail that crossed Mt Hood.  The construction of this road and subsequent…

    Location: Barlow Toll Gate, Hwy. 26, 1 mi. east of Rhododendron, MP 45-46, Rhododendron, OR 97049
  9. Barlow Trail

    Walking the Barlow Trail – seeing the wagon ruts, walking on the trail pioneers used, looking at the scarred trees where they used ropes to lower wagons down hills, and envisioning wagons loaded with what remained of peoples’ lives traveling this route – brings history…

    Location: 040 Main Street, Dufur, OR 97021
  10. Barlow Trail Roadhouse

    An authentic log cabin rich in history and legends, The Barlow Trail Roadhouse dates back to 1926 and is loved by everyone who visits. Locals, travelers and tourists alike have made this restaurant one of their favorite gathering places.  The building has a wonderful rustic…

    Location: 69580 E Highway 26, Welches, OR 97067
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