The Snow Lakes Trail is one of the more challenging hikes available in Oregon. Snow Lake is by far the most visited lake in the Alpine Lakes Wildernes. Keep in mind that there is a risk of avalanches in the area if snow has been falling during the winter months.
Tumalo Falls can be found in the Cascade Range west of Bend, within the boundaries of the Deschutes National Forest. Take care to look out for wildlife around the falls, as visitors to the falls have spotted animals such as hawks, deer and squirrels in the area.
Mount Hood is Oregon’s highest point, but the peak is so much more than that. Mount Hood, one of the seven wonders of Oregon, is home to a wide range of hiking trails, while there is also skiing, snowboarding and climbing available.
Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm dates back some 65 years ago. Since 1985, the family that owns the farm has been opening the fields for people to enjoy every Easter weekend, and now the farm is open from the end of March to the first week in May.
Boardman State Park is a great starting point for anyone who wants to start exploring the natural beauty of Oregon. There are 27 miles of Oregon Coast Trail to enjoy in Boardman State Park too and most of these are easy beginner hikes.