Roads Less Traveled in South-Central Oregon


From the clear water of Crater Lake to the desolate desert valleys near the California and Nevada borders, south–central Oregon is a region of cinder cones, ancient forests and rugged living. Roads Less Traveled in South–Central Oregon leads modern explorers on nearly 900 miles of routes and explains what they’ll find along the way.

Hot Water and Covered Bridges 
Belknap Springs to Lowell (95 miles) 

Oregon’s Largest Mine, Colliding Rivers, and Waterfalls 
Dorena to Diamond Lake (111 miles) 

From the Deepest Lake in the US to Pelicans in the Sky 
Crater Lake to Klamath Falls (131 miles) 

A WWII Bomb, Westside Story, and Oregon’s Geyser 
Chiloquin to New Pine Creek (195 miles) 

Gemstones, Rudolph, and a Crack in the Ground 
Plush to Christmas Valley (172 miles) 

Going from the 70s, Past a Tragic Fire, to a Hole in the Ground 
Paisley to Fort Rock (74 miles) 

Through the Land of Lakes to Obsidian, Lava Cast Forest and Caves 
La Pine to Highway 97 (100 miles) 

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

ISBN: 978-0-9844294-7-9