Oregon isn’t a place you see as much as you do. You can sight-see our beautiful coast, volcanic mountains, crystal-clear lakes and deserts that stretch as far as the eye can see. If you’re looking for world-class pinots, some of the best food and craft beer in the country, epic cycling, kayaking, windsurfing or just about anything else-ing, look no further. Better yet, don’t look, come out here and leap.

In Oregon, there’s always something to do. You can play world-class golf, cycle along hundreds of miles of designated bike lanes, take road-trips to wine country, hunt for fossils or get lost in the moment of a brilliantly crafted scene of play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. We can argue that Mt. Hood is the most scenic mountain around, “quantity” in Oregon isn’t up for debate: we have not just Mt. Hood but also Mt. Bachelor, the Three Sisters, and the volcanic obsidian mounds. We have a coastline of unthinkable diversity, thousands of waterfalls and rivers and the fourth deepest lake on the planet. We have high desert, flat desert, rain forests, evergreen forests, alpine forests and endless pastures of wild flowers.