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There’s something to be said for a place that’s full of ingenuity and authenticity. From planting the first Oregon Pinot vine and trailblazing biodynamic wine to picking fresh organic berries off the bush, the Willamette Valley creates real experiences that make a real difference.

The valley follows the Willamette River north to south for more than 100 miles from the Mt. Hood Territory east of Portland south to Lane County. It is a quilt of cities and towns that offer unique experiences for everyone, from rural enclaves that pop up between expanses of farms and fields, to serene college towns with historic inns and classic main streets to cities alive with culture and heritage, including the state capitol of Salem.

The Willamette Valley is a natural playground for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure-seekers. Just a stone’s throw from any direction lies the Molalla River Corridor, Silver Falls and the Willamette and McKenzie rivers. Whether an ideal voyage includes biking through covered bridges, white water rafting, running the famous routes of track & field stars, skydiving or meandering from tasting room to tasting room, Oregon Wine Country is ripe with adventure.

While some say that wine is the heart of the Willamette Valley, locals agree the real heart is found in the people. In the Willamette Valley, community means connecting with friends and family and creating a life worth sharing with anyone and everyone. Residents and visitors alike enjoy a special connection with the Willamette Valley.

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