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12 places to see fall color in Oregon

THE OREGONIAN - 10. Lithia Park: The 93 acres of forested canyonland in downtown Ashland's Lithia Park is a fall color wonderland, intermixing local deciduous trees with ones unfamiliar to Oregon forests, like European beech, Japanese snowb...

7 Up-and-Coming Winetasting Regions in the West

VIA MAGAZINE - Wine Country no longer just means Napa or the Willamette. Here are seven places in the West where you can get hip to some amazing sips.If the idea of a weekend in wine country brings to mind only California's Napa or Oregon's Willamett...
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - Say Ashland, and the word Shakespeare leaps to mind. But veteran visitors of the charming Southern Oregon town find other words - shoe shopping, Class III rapids, pinot noir and tuna tartar - also are part of the Ashland lexic...

10 Best Wine Travel Destinations

WINE ENTHUSIAST - Once known for its Shakespeare festival, wine now steals the show in Ashland. The story of Oregon wine no longer begins and ends with the Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, as many of the state's most exciting new offerings hail fro...
OREGON WINE PRESS - To be honest, it’s kind of a dream job, owning a wine club. This summer, I spent a month driving the hills and valleys of Southern Oregon looking for great wine. And you know what? I discovered some extraordinary ones there.Yes,...

Fall a terrific time for hiking in Southern Oregon

THE OLYMPIAN - A late October hike along the stretch of the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail between Wolf Gap and Bear Gulch offers more than a testament to the fall colors of Southern Oregon.The oak leaves are now popping neon splashes of browns and rusty ...

Come for the plays, stay for the city

BOSTON GLOBE - When the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s artistic director Bill Rauch isn’t curating seasons of classic and original theater, he’s on the Rogue River with his family, rafting.“There’s such a strong culture of outdoors: You can ...

Meet the undiscovered wine country of your dreams

SUNSET MAGAZINE - Even serious enophiles describe Oregon wines with one word: Willamette. And one grape: Pinot Noir. It’s understandable. The Pinots produced in places like McMinn­ville and Dundee are among the very best in the world. But ano...
LOS ANGELES TIMES - Salt needs pepper. Romeo needs Juliet. And your epic nature trip to Crater Lake might need a cultural detour.Enter Ashland, Ore., which sits in the bucolic Bear Creek Valley about 90 miles southwest of Crater Lake and 16 miles nor...

72 Hours: Ashland

1859 MAGAZINE - From a distance, Ashland is a storybook town: a village cradled by steep forested slopes on one side and hills that change from green to tawny, to white and snowy on the other. The illusion doesn’t fade with proximity. Well-preserve...
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