Willamette ValleyCurrently Open
- Address: Willamette Valley, Oregon, Portland, USA, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Valley, Vineyard, Adults
Willamette Valley - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Willamette Valley
39.77% of people who visit Portland include Willamette Valley in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
31.82% of people start their Willamette Valley visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Willamette Valley
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Willamette Valley
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Willamette Valley, Portland Reviews
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I love it here. Mild weather most of the year. Usual lots of greenery to see and there's tons of outdoor rec stuff to do. Easy access to the Cascade mountains and all sorts of rec activities. And also easy access to the Pacific coast to go play in the cold ocean.
It's a rather difficult place for me to avoid visiting; as I both live and work in it. A hundred and fifty miles long and at least seventy miles wide at its farthest. It's an alluvial flood plain that was formed several thousand years ago after an Ice Age ice dam in Montana broke. It is home to several large cities such as Portland, Salem, and Eugene. There are quite are a number of middling cities that are either slowly transforming into Ghost Towns, or are in tbe process of becoming a suburb. There are also many towns too small to have their own post office. In those places one can almost expect a Horror movie villain to jump out at them. It's rainy much of the year with the occasional freezing rain that will drive up your insurance rates. Summers are often too hot and the air will be packed with ungodly amounts of grass pollen. Logging truck drivers tend to drive insanely. Regular car drivers love to sit in your blindspots. Expect the slow poke driver ahead of you to accelerate when you you can pass.
This place is incredible for wine. All of the wines are great! A lot of places waive the tasting fee if you buy some wine.
Lovely, temperate climate. The valley is protected by the the Coastal range on the west, the Cascades on the East. There are cool parks/forests and cities to visit. There's also a lot of industry, so if the winds aren't right, the air pollution is problematic. I think it's hilarious that I can review Willamette Valley! It's a really big, varied place from Portland to Eugene.