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The Best Things to Do in Klamath County (Based on Your Personality)

Here’s some far-from-earth-shattering news for you: everybody’s different. (Groundbreaking, right?!) Some of us are outdoor fanatics, others creature-comfort cravers. Some of us like chocolate, others (weirdly) don’t. The fact is, what makes us different makes…Read More

Where to Go Mountain Biking in Klamath County (Based on Your Ability)

Slowly but surely, Klamath County has become a world-class, nationally-recognized mountain biking destination. Not long ago, only local riders or a lucky few travelers were in on the secret. All the other fat-tire fanatics were…Read More

Is Klamath Falls Worth Visiting

Why Klamath Falls, Oregon is Worth Visiting Is Klamath Falls worth visiting? If you are interested in visiting a place with crisp clean air, stunning mountain views, plenty of year-round outdoor recreation, and so much…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to Moore Mountain

Situated along the in-skirts of town, a mere skip-and-a-jump across the Link River from downtown Klamath Falls, Moore Mountain is a humble yet hugely charismatic outdoor destination buzzing with recreational opportunities. At 458 acres, it’s…Read More

Bringing Your Kids to Klamath County? Here Are the Things You Should Know

Five hours south of Portland Oregon is home to a mecca for individuals and families. Klamath County, Oregon is a nature enthusiast’s paradise with no shortage of activities. From the regal and vast Crater Lake…Read More

8 Fun Fall Activities in Klamath for the Whole Family

Family trips are the ones that we cherish for decades. They are where we can spend time with our kids in a different environment and experience new activities together. Klamath County, Oregon, is one of…Read More

5 Amazing Mountain Bike Trails in Klamath

Oregon’s Klamath County boasts extraordinary ecological diversity: It straddles the Southern Cascades and a basin beyond the mountain range’s eastern face, making way for expansive farmland, old-growth forests of hemlock and Douglas fir, and Mars-like…Read More

A Cyclist’s Guide to Rim Drive in Crater Lake National Park

Descending to depths of nearly 2,000 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. And as the centerpiece of Oregon’s only national park, Crater Lake’s exceptional clarity makes it a prime tourist…Read More