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10 Best Places to Visit in Oregon

The tenth largest state in the United States, Oregon exemplifies the beauty and wildness of America’s Pacific Northwest. While there are many cultural venues in Oregon worth exploring, it’s the state’s diverse landscapes that draw many travelers to this corner of the country. From rugged shorelines and thick verdant forests to towering volcanic mountains and steep river gorges, Oregon’s natural attractions are simply breathtaking. Whether rambling along a rocky beach, strolling through a rose garden in high bloom or hiking up the side of a mountain, visitors will find a broad range of outdoor activities to enjoy in Oregon wherever their travels take them. An overview of the best places to visit in Oregon:
10. Columbia River Gorge
9. Wallowa Lake
8. Yachats
7. Hells Canyon Recreational Area
6. Mount Hood
5. Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway
4. Astoria
3. Portland
2. Crater Lake National Park
1. Cannon Beach
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  1. Jasper Jackson
    Jasper Jackson says:

    They forgot to mention that you can hand feed deer in the winter and summer at Wallowa Lake…My husband was born in Wallowa..there's some humongous racks on some of the bucks..and they eat berries and deer pellets out of your hands. We used to go there every year and the deer will even come up on the porches when they smell breakfast cooking. In October they have October fest where there's homemade food and craft stands. I'm thinking that it's at the beginning
    of October.

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  2. Mark Farmer
    Mark Farmer says:

    I'm not a robot. and I'm a native born Oregonian. do us a favor stop inviting the douchebags to come here unless they are going to pay me for guide information. I was born here in 1970. my home. get out.

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  3. _ Kass
    _ Kass says:

    I do love several of these places on here, but Portland is only good for the food and drinks, otherwise just blah and more homeless and strip clubs than anywhere. But so much missed here. The coast itself is just amazing from beginning to end. And I'm and ex Californian but I love it here and Oregon is home for good. 😌🌲☔️🌊

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  4. John Montgomery
    John Montgomery says:

    I'm not too fond of the narration, but they did a nice job with the video. I don't agree with the rankings, but that's very subjective. I would put the Gorge and the entire Oregon coast at the top of the list. Yachats, Portland, and Astoria are merely places and don't belong on a top 10 list.

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  5. Nomad Wanderer
    Nomad Wanderer says:

    been here this is a public tourism ad because these places are absolutely breathtaking they are packed p.s. PORTLAND IS KINDA WIERD, IF YOUR A NORMAL.

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  6. Overland 80
    Overland 80 says:

    Hmmmm no mention of the Alford desert or crack in the ground or smith rock??? And yes Portland sucks…terrible traffic and way to many liberals lol.

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  7. smart451cab
    smart451cab says:

    I've visited 7 out of 10, and out of those I have visited there are several I have zero desire to return to. Among them is Portland. The only reason I would ever be IN Portland is because that's where PDX is. Not a place I care to remain any longer than necessary for arrival & departure from the state.

    It seems this video is aimed at activities oriented people (mostly that's where the MONEY is), and doesn't consider sightseeing and the enjoyment of nature to be valid activities (mostly FREE). I hate those sightseeing boats that cross Crater Lake. Their wake leaves a visible mark on the lake's surface for tens of minutes after the boat is out of sight.

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  8. Tony VannTruth
    Tony VannTruth says:

    Bend is expensive, and there is a major shortage of rental housing. Rents are escalating big time. It is very hard to find a place to rent. Home prices are also very high, as many people have been buying up Real Estate and driving up the prices in a big way.  The real estate property taxes are also very high. Bend is really a beautiful place. Wages are very low here compared to the high cost of living. Summers are great in Bend.  The winter is long, cold, dry and mostly sunny. Bend gets about 3 feet of snow per year, so its not that bad. The long winter cold months last about half of the year here.

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  9. jake gomez
    jake gomez says:

    Portland is a festering hemaroid. There are homeless tent encampments spread through out the city. The river stinks. The people are honey badger friendly. The streets are torn up in an endless series of repairs. Parking is a nightmare. People say the city is pretty, but what they mean to say is the area around the city i.e. the beach, the gorge, and Mt. Hood are beautiful. The beer is great. And the food carts can be fun.

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