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  1. Fat Biking the Central Oregon Coast

    Posted by OCVA

    Just a decade ago, fat-tire bikes were a brand-new iteration of mountain biking, hardly part of anyone’s lexicon or vacation plans yet. Today, fat biking is becoming a favorite way to explore the natural beauty and geography of the Oregon Coast. With wider, grippier tires than mountain bikes, fat-tire bikes are sheer fun to ride for all skill levels on all sorts of terrain —…

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  2. Exploring Nature on the North Coast

    Posted by OCVA

    How much do you know about Oregon’s state animal, the industrious beaver? On International Beaver Day (April 7, 2018), you can head to Tillamook County on the North Coast to tour sites where active beavers are working, see other sites that can be restored for better habitat, and then wrap up your day with a evening documentary about these fascinating critters. Free and open to…

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  3. Must-Do Spring Adventures on the South Coast

    Posted by OCVA

    There’s no traffic or crowds at this beach-lovers’ paradise on the Wild Rivers Coast — about 80 miles south of Coos Bay and 30 miles from Oregon’s southern border. Just rugged, wide-open coastline and breathtaking beauty. In the spring, there’s also plenty of bling: Hundreds of glass floats and hand-painted rocks dot the coastline through April 30, during Gold Beach’s annual glass float treasure hunt.…

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