Cannon Beach, Oregon, Pacific Northwest

Edge of the World: The Oregon Coast – Complimentary

This itinerary is excerpted from the E-Book title, the Pacific Northwest: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries. You might want to consider the complete E-Book if you are considering any additional itineraries as there are seven for the Pacific Northwest and they are all duplicated in the more complete E-Book.

This E-Itinerary includes only recommendations (also excerpted from the E-Book title) for places to stay that are in close proximity to this featured itinerary route.

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Product Description

A trip along the Oregon coast is like a trip along the very edge of the world, where one small piece of North America comes finally to an end and drops dramatically into the Pacific Ocean. Mist and mild temperatures, awe-inspiring scenery, and a wide range of recreational activities make this one of the state’s most popular regions for Oregonians and visitors alike. Here one comes to revel in quiet; in raw and rugged landscapes and unspoiled sandy beaches; in revitalizing ocean breezes; and for the liberating sensation of sheer space and remoteness. Town populations are small. The way of life is relaxed and unhurried. When deciding how you want to approach your visit, keep in mind that it is not at all necessary to make the entire 362-mile trip from the California to the Washington border (or vice versa, of course) to appreciate the beauty and wonder of the coastline. One- and two-day trips from many of the destinations we cover in other Oregon itineraries are not only realistic, but a great way to mix things up a bit and enjoy a variety of the landscapes that make the state so unique. The approach we’ll take here is to segment the coast into three separate sections: South Coast, Central Coast, and North Coast. We’ll highlight our favorite spots along the way and interject an alternative route or two to inland places of interest in case you do decide to mix and match itineraries to vary your experience.

NOTE:  This itinerary is excerpted from the E-Book title, the Pacific Northwest: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries. You might want to consider the complete E-Book if you are considering any additional itineraries as there are seven for the Pacific Northwest and they are all duplicated in the more complete E-Book.

This E-Itinerary includes only recommendations (also excerpted from the E-Book title) for places to stay that are in close proximity to this featured itinerary route.

If you would like to use this complimentary E-Itinerary in conjunction with our website, it will be necessary to always login in so that our website will recognize you as a Karen Brown E-Patron and allow you to see every property we recommend in this E-Itinerary. Not all properties we recommend on our website are accessible to a non-E-Patron. Once you download this E-Itinerary through the Karen Brown Website Store your E-Patron status is automatically applied.  You will be recognized as an E-Patron through December 2017. It is also important to know that because of anticipated changes in our website for 2018, any of the links from this E-Itinerary to www.karenbrown.com may not function after the end of the 2017 calendar year.

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Revised 2017 Edition