Willamette Valley, Portland
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Address: Willamette Valley, Oregon, Portland, USA
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Willamette Valley, Portland
The Willamette Valley has beautiful vineyards that have led to the presence of about 400 wineries. If Pinot Noir suits your taste, you are bound to enjoy your visit to this valley. You can easily sip on your wine amidst the greenery and breathtaking landscape the valley offers.
In the valley, you will find an array fine-dine restaurants from where you can grab a delicious bite as well. Some of the old-guard wineries include Sokol Blosser, Erath and Eyrie. So, there are places to stay where you can find an ultimate accommodation to spend some time in the lap of nature.
Willamette Valley Information
- Luxurious resorts are also part of the valley.
How To reach Willamette Valley by Public Transport
- By Train: Amtrak Station - SLM
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Find places near Willamette Valley, Portland
Name: Mona Lisa's Cafe Address: 5852 Angle Dr NEDistance: 0.6 km away
Name: Nature's Guesthouse Address: 4588 Swegle Rd NEDistance: 2.987 km away
Willamette Valley, Portland Reviews
In spite of the fact that the Native Americans used to call it "The Valley of Death", the Willamette Valley is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. The rivers and farm land, as well as the forests, really make it unique. People are friendly there like nowhere else.
Seriously? A ravine? This is the fertile and flat valley of the Willamette River, which flows north to Portland, where it empties into the mighty Columbia. I live here, and I love it. (Except for the grass pollen and the wildfire smoke and the neighbor's wet firewood.)
NOT A BUSINESS !! How bout a 200-plus mile long valley? And yes, it is a fantastic area.
I'm 62, and have lived in quite a few places and this is one of the nicer places overall!! Weather isn't to bad, people are pretty nice, access to outdoor activities available all over the place, and the greenery ( herbal ) is top-notch (5*) that's ( 5 star )!!! Couldn't hardly ask for more!!!
Not far from the mountains full of places to camp and trek and not far from the sea to walk on. The Willamette Valley is a wonderful place to visit or live with it's relatively mild climate.