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Are There Waterfalls in Klamath Falls?

Are There Waterfalls in Klamath Falls? Just sixty miles south of Crater Lake National Park and seventy miles north of Mt. Shasta, located in the south central region of Oregon and bordering northern California nestled…Read More

6 Hikes That Show Off Klamath County’s Scenic & Ecological Diversity

At more than 6,100 square miles, Klamath County is the fourth-biggest county in Oregon. It also lies astride a great geological and bioregional crossroads, stretching from the crest of the Cascade Range to the margins…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to the Waterfalls at Link River

The Link River flows from Upper Klamath Lake on the north side of the town of Klamath Falls to Lake Ewauna on the south side—“linking” the two lakes. From the native Klamath tribes that fished…Read More

Getaway Train Tips From Klamath Falls

The Amtrak Train Station in Klamath Falls There are many ways to get to Klamath Falls, Oregon. In fact, there are three major highways that meet in Klamath, plus a regional airport. One of the…Read More

Waterfall Road Trip: An Itinerary to Six Falls Near Klamath Falls

Waterfalls are an intrinsic part of the Northwest. They are iconic symbols of the region – right up there with volcanoes, salmon, and craft beer. The town of Klamath Falls is situated in the middle…Read More

Crater Lake Afterparty: An Adventure for Every Personality

Maybe you’re taking down the tent at Mazama Campground at Crater Lake National Park, a fire still smoldering from breakfast and dirt still lodged under your fingernails. Or perhaps you’re looking out over the deepest…Read More

Klamath Falls to Crater Lake Distance & How to Get There

Klamath Falls to Crater Lake Distance It’s no secret that Crater Lake National Park is the gem of Southern Oregon. Fed by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the United States  and one…Read More

Hot Fishing in Klamath Spring 2021

Water drives everything in the Klamath Basin.  In a good water year, some forget the Basin is a desert.  In a bad water year, it is impossible to ignore. This year is projected to be a bad…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to Klamath County’s Arts and Culture Scene

It’s no exaggeration to say that art is everywhere in Klamath County: Drab utility boxes have become colorful canvases for local artists in downtown Klamath Falls, theaters and museums bring visitors closer to the arts,…Read More

Top 10 Absolute Must-Do Things After Visiting Crater Lake

Crater Lake National Park is the deepest lake in North America, and one of the deepest in the world. The lake itself is awe inspiring with its brilliant sapphire blue waters, but the adventures to…Read More