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|Oregon's coastline holds the essential ingredients for those seeking action and adventure, whether on the waves, in the dunes or in the sky. Take an adrenaline-pumping thrill ride over the dunes. Feel one with the wind as you paraglide from a precipice. Hop on a jet boat to course upstream on the wild Rogue River. The hundreds of miles of......[read more]|
Bridging the Coast
: A summer tour of the Oregon Coast Highway's distinctive bridges showcases the handiwork of State Engineer Conde B. McCullough, who believed bridges should be as elegant and enduring as they were economical.
Wet & Wild Coastal Adventures
: Oregon's coastline holds the essential ingredients for those seeking action and adventure, whether on the waves, in the dunes or in the sky.
Oregon Coast Aquarium Welcomes New Sea Otter Pup
: Playful and photogenic Nuka makes a splashy debut.
Cannon Beach Sets the Stage for Summer
: When the sun sets in Cannon Beach the curtain rises at the Coaster Theatre Playhouse.
Looking Back: Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
: Officially lit on January 21, 1881, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse is considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century.
Dog Days of Summer
: Have fun with Fido at several upcoming events along the coast.
Living on the Edge
: The Pacific Pelagic Cormorant is a common inhabitant along the Oregon's rocky coast, frequently nesting on the narrow shelves of the near-vertical cliffs that face the water. It is in these rugged refuges that the cormorants lay their eggs in nests made only of collected seaweed and guano.
Ask Oregon: Rainfall on the Coast
: Coast Explorer publisher Gary Hayes answers questions from travelers as Travel Oregon's Oregon Coast Ambassador for the Ask Oregon program.
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