Situated on a lake, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Rim Visitor Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Castle Creek Wildflower Trail and Crater Lake Superintendent's ...
This smoke-free Portland hotel, overlooking the Columbia River, is 2 blocks from the Jantzen Beach SuperCenter. The Oregon Convention Center, Rose Garden, and ...
Located in Downtown Portland, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Dreamer, Portland State University, and Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Pioneer Courthouse ...
An active arts and music community provides plenty of entertainment to locals and tourists alike, and tours of gorges, waterfalls and towering forests leave travelers breathless. Oregon truly has it all, and using Orbitz.com, you can design the exact vacation you want at the most affordable price.
Portland attractions include the venerable Portland Art Museum, which is 120 years old and features over 40,000 exhibits. Also of interest are spots like Schreiner's Iris Garden in Salem, where for 73 years, amateur and professional minds have converged to preserve and create new varieties of one of the world's most beautiful flowers.
The best times to visit are in September and October, after the summer crowds are gone and temperatures have cooled down, or in April, when local flora are in bloom. Whale watching and seafood festivals pack the winter months, and cultural and art festivals fill the summer. The Cascade Mountains divide the climate of the state in two. The coastal side of the state has moderate temperatures and heavier rain throughout the year. July sees temperatures from the mid-60s to high 70s and an average of 37 inches of rain in Portland, while other areas in Oregon receive a sparse 8 inches each year. Snowfall in the mountains can average 300 to 550 inches per year.
When in Portland, take the convenient, affordable light rail to the city's top attractions.
These affordable options offer double-wide bunks, futons, dining tables and electricity.
Not-so-adventurous travelers will enjoy the closest option to Mount Hood that doesn't require backpacking.
Wine connoisseurs will enjoy the wide selection of choices at this upscale restaurant, which is housed in a refurbished National Historic Registry property.
Sitting near the popular landmark's trailhead, the lodge enjoys an amazing backdrop, along with a menu that includes fresh seafood and local beef.
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