The outdoors enthusiast

For who is this route?
This route is for people who love to spend time outdoors and love to be active.

Day 1
The first day of this route starts in the Columbus River Gorge. You can do all kind of things outdoors here. You can go hiking along waterfalls, make a river cruise, watch the salmon fight their way up stream and in the spring you can pick wild flowers. Are you a real daredevil? No problem, you can go whitewater rafting in the river. Prepare yourself for a wild ride!

-Day 2
Today you will drive south. It’s not a long drive. You can go hiking some more in  the Mt. Hood Wilderness or go skiing on Timberline’s Palmer Glacier. You can ski here all year long.

-Day 3
You are driving to the south again. Today you could go climbing on Smith Rock, outside of Terrebonne. You can also go rafting in this area. A special thing you can do here is a moonlight canoe tour. It is magnificent and you will never forget that tour. If you like golf you have enough to do. There are more than 25 golf courses and in the winter you can do all kinds of winter sports.

-Day 4
You are heading to  The Cascade Lakes. These lakes offer great fishing possibilities. You can take a boat tour to Wizard Island in Crater Lake National Park. In this area you can also take a canoe tour. There is also a possibility to go horseback riding or to go whitewater rafting. A lot of things to do on this fourth day. You can also choose to stay 2 days in one place to do all the things you want to do.

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