L’Oregon est aussi riche en paysages qu’en activités. Vous pouvez explorer son magnifique littoral, ses montagnes volcaniques, ses lacs cristallins et ses déserts qui s’étendent à perte de vue. Si vous êtes à la recherche de bières artisanales et gastronomiques de classe mondiale, d’aventures épiques en vélo, kayak, planche à voile ou toute autre activité, ne cherchez pas plus loin ! www.pays-monde.fr


The great thing about Oregon’s great outdoors is that you won’t have enough time to experience them all. Find practical tips at travelboundmagazine.com and inspiration for your trip and hike along the rugged coastline or through the Willamette National Forest.

Camp in the desert near Steens Mountain or explore the snow-capped Wallowa Mountains (also known as ‘Little Switzerland’). Rent an RV from Cruise America and settle on the volcanic foothills of Mount Hood, in the beautiful Umpqua National Forest or by a mountain lake in the Deschutes National Forest.

Oregon’s state parks offer great picnic spots, as well as yurts, tepees, rustic cottages and RV rentals.

Known for its thriving arts scene, Portland, the nation’s premier green city and Oregon’s most populous city, is attracting more and more tourists.

Shipwrecks and old lighthouses, a life of great richness and days at the beach: this is the program of your vacation on the Oregon coast.

Lots of outdoor activities, spectacular views, a vibrant downtown: that’s what makes this mountain town one of the most visited in Oregon.

Pack your bags for Eugene! Discover a dynamic student life, great festivals and American football matches.

Medford’s calling you! Discover exciting entertainment, plays, gardens and many more activities and spots.

Salem is one of the most important spots in Oregon! Discover a dynamic student life, great festivals, art treasures and much more.



Crater Lake National Park
The deepest lake in the United States (589 m) occupies a caldera, the circular crater of a collapsed volcano that once stood over 3,600 m high.
Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
The huge and fabulous Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum complex includes several distinct and remarkable spaces where history of aviation is the name of the game.
Columbia Gorge Landscape
Stretching from the suburbs of Portland to the mouth of the Deschutes River, the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area (1,440 km2) includes more than 90 waterfalls, national parks and cliffs over 200 m high.
Hells Canyon
The Snake River traces the border between Oregon and Idaho in the deepest canyon in North America. Isolated, Hells Canyon offers an exceptional vertical landscape.
Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
Perched on top of Flagstaff Hill, the museum protects from the ruts left by the covered wagons of the Oregon Trail: from 1842 to 1869, more than 400,000 pioneers passed west on this trail.
Columbia Maritime Museum
This exciting museum illustrates the region’s long maritime tradition, from Native American canoes to the intrepid coastguards and rescuers who guard the fearsome mouth of the Columbia River.

In Oregon, gourmet artisans are at the forefront of trends and flavors. The state is home to craft breweries, micro-distilleries and 17 wineries, and offers sea salt, ice cream, cheese and other artisan products.

Unlike most U.S. states, there is no tax on sales in Oregon, which will save you 5-10% on all your purchases. Find your favorite brands at retailers like Nordstrom, Macy’s, H&M and Apple…

Although Europeans settled in Oregon as recently as 200 years ago, Native Americans have inhabited this region for thousands of years. Learn about their history in Oregon’s information centers and museums. Visit the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton to learn more about the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Indian tribes. Exhibits and events there will introduce you to the traditional songs and dances, art, language, clothing, religion and cuisine of these tribes.

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