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Adventure on Demand

In Oregon, visitors can feel sand between their toes, crunch fresh powder under their skis, raft down a raging river and sip the only U.S.-made sake – year-round, and possibly all in the same day. Several area luxury tour companies can tailor a custom trip, providing equipment, experienced guides and gourmet meals, all to your liking.

Set your own itinerary: Explore the Lodge at Government Camp, the newest premier vacation rental property on Mt. Hood – with elegant private lofts suites and close proximity to Timberline Lodge and Mt. Hood Meadows snow parks. Or, pair those designer jeans with spurs and stargazing at the Rock Springs Dude Ranch, a premiere facility with private two-bedroom cabins, exceptional culinary masterpieces and daily horseback riding over 12,000 acres of varied and scenic terrain. In Central Oregon, Wanderlust Tours offers a High Cascade Bonfire Snow-Shoe Tour, where you’re guided on a trek to a hand-carved amphitheatre to indulge in desserts and hot chocolate warmed by a raging bonfire under the moonlight.

Instead of settling for just one luxurious golf experience, brag to friends about accomplishing the Oregon Hat-Trick: golf, fishing and a run down spring powder, all in the same day. You’ll even impress the locals.

Rock Springs Dude Ranch
Rock Springs Dude Ranch



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