Adventure is high in Salem—soar over Willamette Valley in a glider or stay close to the ground on horseback. If you’re in the mood for something more tame, tour a nearby winery or watch government work at the state capitol.
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Oregon City is located about 15 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon, and is the oldest incorporated city west of the Rockies. The city is rich in historical homes and buildings, and hosts several interpretive centers and museums dedicated to celebrating the pioneer spirit.
Ranked one of the most livable cities in the world, Vancouver is an international destination with local Pacific Northwest flavor. Surrounding water and mountains provide ample recreational opportunities, including world-class skiing at neighboring Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort.
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Wonderfully weird Portland, OR. A self-proclaimed "weird" city—and committed to keeping it that way— Portland does things a little differently. And these quirks are what give the city its eclectic charm. Locals are passionate about the arts, the environment, locally sourced foods, microbrews, green spaces, music and bicycle transportation, to name just a few of the things visitors will enjoy during a visit to Portland.
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Step back in time in Vancouver, WA and visit historic Fort Vancouver, the Lewis and Clark trail, or Pearson Air Museum - the oldest active airfield in the West.
Relive the eruption of Mount St. Helens over 20 years ago at the visitors' center located in Kelso. If volcanoes aren't your thing, visit the Farmer's Market in Longview for plenty of fresh vegetables and local crafts. The historic train station is a major transportation hub located in downtown Kelso.
Take a step back in time to the city of murals, historic buildings, and antiques. Before you stroll through the quaint downtown, take a moment to tour the historic train station, built in 1912. It evokes Centralia's pioneer spirit and a time when steam locomotives rumbled into town over 40 times a day