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Greater Oregon

Greater Oregon

Price Per Person

$365

Duration

7 days

People

2-8

Trip Type

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Overview

Wildflower hikes, quintessential waterfalls, and dessert sports are just the beginning. Explore untouched towns, off the beaten track countryside of Steen mountains, or pure splendors like the Painted Hills.

 

*This package trip requires a minimum of 2 people. The rate of $365. is per person, per night. There is an additional $90+ flat rate per person for adventure activities.

*Can be customized upon request, to meet travelers needs

*7 Nights 

Trip Extensions available on request.

 

INCLUDED ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES

3 Mile White Water Rafting

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Included/Excluded

  • Van rental and fees
  • Welcome pack
  • Campground reservations
  • Park permits
  • Adventure activities
  • Trip itinerary and guide
  • 24x7 trip specialist access
  • 24x7 roadside assistance
  • Fuel Charges
  • Meals & Souvenirs

Itinerary

Day 1 Smith Rock State Park

Scale Smith Rock for spell-binding views of river canyon formations. Next head to Paulina Peak in Newberry National Volcanic Monument.

Day 2 Camp in Lava Lake

The geological wonder of Lava Lake invites you to a homely camp. Undertake the South Sister Summit before after an epic ATV ride.

Day 3 Diamond Lake Adventure

Diamond Lake is an amazing camp retreat graced with staggering basalt formations and cascading waters. Gear up for a white water rafting trip!

Day 4 Crater Lake

Explore Crater National Park with marvelous hikes wrapped around a sleeping volcano and a Garfield Peak Trail that is perfect for seasoned hikers.

Day 5 Steens Mountains

Slip away to the Steens Mountains and soak in the rusty and rugged topography. Relax on the shore of Wildhorse Lake before an exciting horse trail ride.

Day 6 Owyhee Canyonlands

Uncover the natural treasures of Owyhee Canyonlands. Savor the abundance of recreational activity and capture its rich range of biodiversity.

Day 7 Out in the Painted Hills

Take a tour around Clarno Unit and Sheep Rock Unit. On the way home, visit the ghost town of Shaniko and get a firsthand experience of its eerie tales and legends.

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