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Meet the Volcanoes of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway

The Pacific Northwest’s position along the so-called “Ring of Fire” gives it a dramatic geological backstory (not to mention some of the most flat-out glorious scenery in North America). A goodly share of that scenery…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to Tule Lake National Wildlife Reserve

The Klamath Basin is a wildlife lover’s paradise, home to a whopping six National Wildlife Refuges. One of the six—the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge—is a major reason why the basin is considered one of…Read More

Done in a Day: The Top 7 Ways to Spend a Day on a Trip to Klamath Falls

Located in the heart of some of Oregon’s most beautiful country, Klamath Falls is the perfect base camp for exploring the region. Founded in 1867, the town is known for its sunny weather—300 days of…Read More

Klamath Falls to Eugene and Top Attractions Along the Way

How Far is Eugene from Klamath Falls, Oregon? The quickest way to travel from Klamath Falls to Eugene is by car. Travel time for a trip to Eugene Oregon by car takes just about three…Read More

Klamath Falls to Medford and Best Stops Along the Way

How Far is Klamath Falls From Medford? Both Klamath Falls and Medford are located in beautiful Southern Oregon dotted with wild and scenic rivers, scenic byways, breathtaking high-country landscapes and Oregon’s only national park, Crater…Read More

Distance From Klamath Falls to Portland, Oregon

How Far is Klamath Falls From Portland? Portland is Oregon’s largest city and it sits at the northernmost part of the state on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood.…Read More

Why Is Everyone Beginning to Move to Klamath Falls?

Nestled amidst a spectacular alpine setting in southern Oregon, Klamath Falls is a popular destination for the outdoor set. The town averages more than 300 days of sun a year, inviting adventure-minded types to take…Read More

Four Reasons You Should Visit Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

It’s hard to feel anything but peaceful at the Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Just a half-hour northeast of Chiloquin, the refuge invites visitors to slow down, unplug, and enjoy the stunning scenery within (and…Read More

Not-to-be-Missed Stops in Klamath County According to the Locals

It’s the age-old traveler’s question: How do you figure out where to go and what to do when visiting someplace new? Sure, you can scour the internet or check-in on social media. But if you…Read More

Your Perfect Weekend Itinerary for Visiting Crater Lake and Lava Beds National Monument

The Klamath Basin region is home to a pair of stunning U.S. National Park Service sites. Crater Lake National Park—Oregon’s only national park and the home of the deepest lake in North America—sits at the…Read More