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Ashland Oregon Tours

South Cascades and Mountain Lakes Tour
This 40- mile tour takes you to several mountain lakes, including Hyatt and Howard Prairie Lakes. There are opportunities to fish, boat or canoe, and rental services are available at many of the lakes. This tour is especially well-suited to the nature lover, and photographic opportunities abound. Estimated travel time: 2 hours.

Historic Jacksonville Route
This 24-mile route travels from Ashland through the Rogue Valley's pear and apple orchards on your way to the historic city of Jacksonville. Known as the first place gold was discovered in Oregon, Jacksonville is one of the only eight cities in the U.S. named as a National Historic Landmark. There are 85 historic homes and buildings in Jacksonville, old-time trolley tours, lodging, shops and restaurants. Estimated travel time: 2 hours

South Cascades Route
This 140-mile route travels along Highway 66, one of Oregon's "Historic and Scenic" highways. Pine and fir forests along the route open to reveal small sub-alpine meadows and vistas. Turning northwest the route (Highway 140) skirts Klamath Lake. Lake of the woods and Fish Lake as well as seven U.S. Forest Service Campgrounds are situated near the summit of the Cascades on this route. The southern Cascade Route returns to Interstate5 heading west and then south on Highway 62. Estimated travel time: Full day.

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