Let Oregon’s Weather Compass Take You Away to Play

  Travel Oregon recognizes that our region’s legendary rain may be its most famous winter weather pattern, but it’s hardly our only one. Remarkably, sunnier (or snowier) skies are rarely more than a couple hours away. Travel Oregon’s new Oregon Weather Compass is the first-ever mobile site designed to point local and visiting explorers to…

Oregon Represented on National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure

  The United States Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, appointed Travel Oregon CEO, Todd Davidson to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure (NACTTI).   “I am honored to be appointed to the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure,” said Todd Davidson, CEO of the Oregon Tourism Commission, dba…

Pendleton Bronze Trail Website Ready to Guide Travelers

Travel Pendleton just released the new Pendleton Bronze Trail website (pendletonbronzetrail.com) to encourage tourists to not only learn about Pendleton’s rich western heritage but also to get them walking around town to see all the sites. This site is optimized for mobile and tablet use. Every page features a brief history of each statue that…

Out and About Across Oregon with Tour de Mike

By Samara Phelps Bicycle tourism is alive and well throughout Oregon   How could it not be with awe inspiring landscapes from corner to corner? Do not be fooled, the success of cycling in Oregon is no accident. Passionate cyclists, dedicated community advocates and visionary agencies work to welcome cyclists from around the world in…

Pendleton Bike Week Ready to Rumble Pendleton

Pendleton Bike Week is rumbling into the Round-Up City July 20-24, 2016. Riding on an extremely successful inaugural year, Pendleton Bike Week is expanding all the events and rides that made the 2015 week so popular. 5800 motorcycle enthusiasts registered in 2015 making it the largest motorcycle rally in the Northwest. Pendleton Bike Week begins…