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Cheap flights to Oregon

Oregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, bordered by Pacific Ocean in the west, Washington in the north, California in the south, Idaho in the east, and Nevada in the southeast. It is one of the three states of the contiguous United States to have a coastline on the Pacific Ocean. Its capital is Salem, its largest city is Portland, and its largest metro is Portland metropolitan area. It experiences a variety of climates that range from temperate rainforest climates on the Oregon Coast, Mediterranean in the inland valleys, alpine climates in the higher mountain regions, steppe in the northeast and desert in the southeast.

What to see & do

The state of Oregon is characterised by its rugged coastlines, dense forests, lively cities, a volcano-studded Cascade Range, deep canyons, desert, dense forests, and abundant bodies of water. Not to mention, a diverse array of wildlife, and at its centre are semi-arid shrublands, prairies, deserts, steppes, and meadow – truly a fantastic state rich in stunning sceneries. Visit California National Historical Trail, which, during the 1840s and 1850s, more than 250,000 gold-seekers and farmers have used the trail heading to the gold fields and farmlands of California, and some who headed north to Oregon; Crater Lake National Park, the state’s only national park and the world’s deepest lake above sea level; the 12-park sites of Lewis and Clark National Monument, located on a 40-mile stretch of the Pacific coast at the western end of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail; the popular Painted Hills, a heavily photographed areas in the state, unsurprisingly due to its colour-changing skies when the sun moves; Oregon National Historical Trail, the pathway to the Pacific for fur traders, gold seekers, and missionaries, among others; Wallowa Lake, one of the finest lakes in the state; and Bend, a famous destination for year-round outdoor recreation.

How to get around within Oregon

Getting around Oregon can be done via several ways: by train, via Amtrak; by bus, via Greyhound, airport buses and shuttles from Portland International, Bolt Bus, Central Oregon Breeze (COBreeze), Oregon Point, Northwestern Connector, and more; by car, via three Interstate Highways, Interstate 5, Interstate 84, and Interstate 82, and other federal and state highways; by bicycle, although traffic, narrow shoulders, heavy winds and rains, and windy roads tend to make cycling dangerous, so exercise extra caution; and by foot, via the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, which passes through the state along the Cascade Mountains.

How to get there

Oregon has four large commercial passenger airports: Portland International Airport, Mahlon Sweet Field, Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport, and Redmond Roberts Field. Portland International Airport, the largest, is served by most major airlines and by several international carriers nonstop as it is the only international port of entry in the state. The three smaller airports, on the other hand, are served by feeder lines to Portland and other regional hubs such as San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City.

Flights to Oregon

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