National Geographic : 1950 Jan
Commercial bulb fields in bloom, as well as multi hued wildflowers, add seasonal color swaths along Oregon's holiday routes. This daffodil field, below Mount Hood's snow-crowned peak, is in North western Oregon, near Gresham. SOregon's mountain ranges offer extra-long sea sons of winter sports. Here skiing enthusiasts await a helpful rope tow at Tollgate, in the Blue Moun tains recreation area of Northeastern Oregon. Exciting things to see and do will make every day of your vacation in evergreen Oregon a treasured mem ory. You will thrill to the beauty of deep, cool lakes that mirror snowy mountain ranges... world-famous stands of towering virgin forestland... the awesome grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge... the unfor gettable blue of Crater Lake. From easy-driving highways you will enjoy breath taking viewpoints along the 400-mile Oregon coast highway; weird geological formations on the high Central Oregon plateau; sparkling-clear rivers and waterfalls. Plan to visit this friendly Pacific Northwest holiday-land soon and be sure to bring your camera. SSEE ALL OF BY TRAVELING SCENIC HIGHWAYS Travel Information Dept., Room No. 10 State Highway Commission, Salem, Oregon Please send free booklet to: Name Address Zone_ State C"