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Portland: Silver Falls Hike and Wine Tour

1. Portland: Silver Falls Hike and Wine Tour

Hike the forests and waterfalls of the Willamette Valley, discover the natural and cultural history of the area, and get intimate with the most renowned wine region for Pinot Noir in North America, on a small-group tour. Together with the other members of your group, learn about the history, terroir, and character of Willamette Valley from your naturalist guide.  In the morning, travel south of Portland as your guide takes you through the verdant landscape of Willamette Valley, known for its hazelnuts, berries, Christmas trees, and Pinot Noir wine. Arrive at Silver Falls State Park, the "crown jewel" of the Oregon State Park system. Hike under, beneath, above, and around waterfalls along the Trail of 10 Falls with your guide, before stopping for a picnic lunch. After your picnic lunch, you'll wander through the rolling hills of Willamette Valley, passing through charming little villages. Make 2 stops at unique boutique wineries. You may stop at a farm stand to get farm-fresh eggs or fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Finally, head back to Portland and be dropped off at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Silver Falls State Park

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Such an amazing way to spend a day. It was great to have someone else organizing the day and transporting us. Marcus has so much knowledge! We hiked the Trail of 10 Falls, then had about an hour break at the lodge and gift shop while the van was retrieved, before heading to two vineyards. Tip: a case of wine flies free on Alaska Airlines! You just need to buy the right packing materials before you get to the airport. Silver Falls State Park and Oregon are beautiful!

Silver Falls state park is a MUST if traveling to Oregon. Imagine a bright green, lush, tropical rainforest with 10 dramatic waterfalls (3 or 4 of which you can venture behind the falls) on only a mile hike. Definitely an exquisite place to visit! The guide was incredibly knowledgeable about the area, history, terrain, plants, wildlife and even wine!