Where to Spot Color Through Oregon’s Regions

Find overviews on Oregon’s Regions below, and click through them for more details:

  • Oregon Coast:
    Travelers can easily meander their way along the vivacious Pacific on Highway 101, one of the first National Scenic Byways. The 363 miles (560 km) of spectacular Oregon coastline are dotted with historic
  • Willamette Valley:
    This fertile valley follows the Willamette River from the Cascade Mountains near Eugene through rolling farm land and orchards to the greater Portland area. With easy-to-navigate access along
  • Greater Portland:
    The greater Portland area is filled with exquisite urban parks and gardens that will ignite the city in fall color this season. To get away from the boulevards and busy streets, drive only a few minutes from
  • Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge:
    Ski, hike, windsurf and wander Mt. Hood and its fertile foothills. This diverse region is one of the largest fruit producers in Oregon, making for an abundant fall harvest. In one afternoon, travel
  • Southern Oregon:
    Southern Oregon encompasses the southern Cascade Mountains leading up to Diamond Lake and Crater Lake along the Umpqua and Rogue rivers, meeting the Siskiyou Mountains at the California border
  • Central Oregon:
    The high desert of Central Oregon offers a unique experience for fall foliage seekers. With 300 days of sunshine a year, ancient lava flows, snowy Cascade Mountains, and over 150 rivers and lakes
  • Eastern Oregon:
    This vast region unfolds natural wonders from snow-capped peaks overlooking rolling hills to complex desert lands and wild rivers. Albeit lacking foliage, the Painted Hills and John Day Fossil Beds ignite