Roads Less Traveled in North-Central Oregon


From the alpine slopes of Mount Hood to the vast wheatfields and grasslands of the interior, north-central Oregon is a region of distant horizons, scenic wonders, and pioneer history. Now Roads Less Traveled in North-Central Oregon shows modern explorers seven routes to follow through the region and explains what they'll find along the way.

Captain Albert Walker’s Answer to Sam Barlow’s Trail
Hood River to Brightwood (72 miles)

Going from Hot Water to Warm Springs
Detroit to Warm Springs (134 miles)

Finding a Friend Near Dufur
The Dalles to Tygh Valley (47 miles)

Stage Stops and Pioneer Graves
Bend to Willowdale (116 miles)

Wind Generators and Ghost Towns in the Grasslands
Biggs to Shaniko (81 miles)

Locating the Meaning of Metasequoia
Antelope to Arlington (67 miles)

Following Flood-Ravaged Willow Creek
Heppner Junction to Mitchell (145 miles)

The Three P’s in the Geographical Center of the State
Prineville to Paulina (58 miles)

Click on the images to the left for sample pages from North-Central Oregon.

ISBN: 978-0-9844294-6-2