The Oregon Trail is more than a simple hike — it's a journey through time.
The Oregon coast is where the forest meets the sea. Who wouldn't want to camp here?
Willamette National Forest lies at the heart of Oregon’s Cascade Range and contains over 1,500 unique campsites.
As the highest peak in Oregon, Mount Hood stands tall as the state’s geographic symbol of outdoor adventure.
Here's some of the best sections to tackle first if you're looking to traverse the Pacific Crest Trail one piece at a time.