Oregon’s diverse climates and landscapes put on a different show in the Winter. Whether you’re hunting for powder in the Wallowas or wine tasting in the Willamette Valley, Oregon winter means diverse adventures.
Visit a winery. Or two. Or three. Oregon offers a wide variety of different wines from 16 unique AVAs. Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member inns have done the research and are familiar with the award winning wines and vintners in Southern Oregon, the Willamette Valley and the Columbia River Gorge.
Oregon offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor winter recreation. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or looking for backcountry trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, Oregon has it all.
Whether it’s a museum of science, art or vintage airplanes explore the past, present and future of Oregon.
You can Chase Waterfalls with us by subscribing to this blog, follow us on Pinterest, and on our Facebook Page. According to Wiki there are at least 238 waterfalls in Oregon! I’m guessing even more than that. Wouldn’t it be grand to witness the beauty of every one of them?
Winter Whale Watching on the Oregon offers front row seats for folks to witness the yearly migration. Can’t really do both at the same time but consider sticking around for an awesome Pacific Storm, too.
But a few things to do in Oregon this winter. Birdwatching. Farm and Ranch Stays. Historic Destinations. Lighthouses. Lightships. We’re excited to share them all with you.
Get to know our State like a local; stay with one of our nearly 100 hosts and experience romantic getaways, historic treasures, and tucked away rustic retreats. Whether your trip is for a quiet escape to a quaint rural or coastal town, taking in Oregon Geotourism, for a World Class City experience, or for a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance by staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.