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Discover Oregon

Oregon Coast, Redwood NP, Mt Shasta, Crater Lake & Portland

Not the most famous or visited state in the union, but it is all the better for it. Serious serenity and outstanding landscapes are on offer here, as well as the hip city of Portland. OK, so we cheated a little by bolting on two Californian National Parks but don’t tell anyone. Shhh.

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Discover Oregon 14 days

All of our American road trips can be tailored to meet your requirements. Do you have more or less than 14 days for your road trip? No problem, we can bolt on extra nights to allow more time to explore or shorten the number of destinations as required. Just let us know when requesting your quote.

Breath taking natural beauty at every turn

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Portland skyline

Day 1

Relax in your Portland hotel after your flight

In recent years Portland has become one of the coolest places to visit in the US. Hipster vibes, cool coffee joints and tax-free shopping make for an enticing offer for people looking for the next big thing.

  • Key location: Portland
  • Portland

So much to see and do

Day 2

Explore cool Portland over 2 days

Did we mention the tax-free shopping yet? Downtown Portland offers major labels and department stores like Nordstrom. In Pioneer Place, you’ll find top brands like Apple, Louis Vuitton and many more. Be sure to visit the Pearl District too for art galleries, interior design stores and trendy boutiques.

  • Key location: Portland
  • Portland

Boat Houses

Day 3

Your second full day to enjoy Portland

A second full day to explore Portland. Nature lovers may wish to check out The Japanese Gardens, Rose Test Gardens and Oregon Zoo. These three tourist treats all lie within Washington Park on the western edge of the city.

  • Key location: Portland
  • Portland

Wind in your hair

Day 4

Leave the city and head for the Oregon Coast

Collect your car and take the short drive along Sunset Highway to find lovely Cannon Beach. This charming town sits in a prime spot next to Haystack Rock on the epic Oregon Coastline.

  • Key location: Cannon Beach
  • Cannon Beach
  • 80 Miles

Ecola State Park

Day 5

Enjoy Cannon Beach and the surrounding area

Rent a bike, stroll around the shops and adorable homes or just enjoy some quality time on the beach. Feeling more active? Nearby Ecola State Park offers great hikes and awesome vista points for you to enjoy. Some of the classic 80s film “The Goonies” was filmed within this amazing State Park.

  • Key location: Cannon Beach
  • Cannon Beach

Heceta Head Lighthouse

Day 6

Head south on scenic Highway 101

Massive sandstone boulders look like they have been dropped from the heavens along this 360 mile stretch of coastline. Rugged, wild and windswept, Oregon’s coastal beauty is up there with the best of them.

  • Key location: Oregon Coast
  • Lincoln City
  • 84 Miles

Sea Stacks

Day 7

Continue south along the beautiful Oregon Coastline

Continue to cruise south down the awe-inspiring Route 101 and explore natures artistry at work, driving through forests, state parks and coastal areas often decorated with mist.

  • Key location: Oregon Coast
  • Coos Bay
  • 123 Miles

Biggest trees on Earth

Day 8

Giant Coastal Redwoods await in Redwood National Park

Redwoods once common throughout North America are now only found in Oregon and California. For the ultimate Sequoia experience, head to the Redwood National Park in northern coastal California. These are true giants at up to 100m high and 11m in diameter. Once you've stood amongst these trees, the stresses of work and home life will just melt away.

  • Key location: Redwood NP
  • Redwood NP
  • 155 Miles

Giant Coastal Redwoods

Day 9

Explore the trails of Redwood NP

There are 7 separate parks to visit in this area, so a second full day in Redwood National Park is a must in our opinion. Your road trip travel pack will give you loads more detail to help you decide how to prioritise your time.

  • Key location: Redwood NP
  • Redwood NP

Mount Shasta

Day 10

Onto Mount Shasta

Right at the top of California lies Mount Shasta, early west coast explorer John Muir wrote: "When I first caught sight of it I was 50 miles away and afoot, alone and weary. Yet all my blood turned to wine, and I have not been weary since." As John Muir got closer he would have seen sparkling lakes and emerald green forests.

  • Key location: Mt Shasta
  • Mt Shasta
  • 217 Miles

Roads through Oregon

Day 11

From Mt Shasta to Crater Lake NP

Our recommended route takes you via the historic town of Jacksonville en-route. Stop by for a nice lunch and to take advantage of the numerous photo opportunities this charming town offers up. After lunch, you’ll cruise north along scenic OR-62 towards one of America’s true wonders - Crater Lake National Park.

  • Key location: Crater Lake NP
  • Crater Lake NP
  • 167 Miles

Crater Lake NP

Day 12

Admire the natural wonder of Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park has inspired people for hundreds of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in colour; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom.

  • Key location: Crater Lake NP
  • Crater Lake NP

Mount Hood

Day 13

Head north to find more of Oregon’s natural wonders

Your final stop awaits. Cruise north to imposing Mount Hood and the epic Columbia River Gorge. Along the way, you’ll pass more stunning scenery including Newberry National Volcanic Monument and Smith Rock State Park.

  • Key location: Mount Hood
  • Mount Hood
  • 229 Miles

Multnomah Falls

Day 14

Explore Mount Hood & The Columbia River Gorge

Mount Hood is the highest point in Oregon, not so much a mountain as an active volcano and one of the crown jewels of Oregon. Within the Columbia River Gorge, we highly recommend visiting Multnomah Falls and the Bonneville Dam. The following day you’ll return to nearby Portland to fly home after two amazing weeks spent discovering Oregon and northern California.

  • Key location: Columbia River
  • Mount Hood

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