Roads Less Traveled in Southeast Oregon
From windswept desert plains to deep river canyon walls, the southeast corner of Oregon is crossed with miles of empty roads that invoke the Oregon Trail and the state’s pioneer heritage. Roads Less Traveled in Southeast Oregon leads modern explorers on more than 950 miles of routes and explains what they’ll find along the way.
Cruisin’ Highway 20 and Obscure Points North
Brothers to Burns (200 miles)
Going to the Birds
Hines to Fields (148 miles)
Exploring Oregon’s Outback
Fields to Burns (125 miles)
Visiting Basque Country, Rome, and the Jordan River in a Day
McDermitt to Jordan Valley (109 miles)
Exploring Leslie Gulch, Succor Creek, Jordan Craters, and the Oregon Trail
Jordan Valley to Vale (102 miles)
“Where Oregon Begins”
Ontario to Vale (124 miles)
Don’t Start a Fight In Drewsey!
Vale to Burns (147 miles)
Click on the images to the left for sample pages from Southeast Oregon.