Frontier country with modern conveniences! This region of Oregon is rich in history of the Oregon Trail and gold mining, but sheep and cattle are still more plentiful than humans. If you are seeking ample room to move, but still want access to high speed internet, consider this area!
The Northeast part of the state has a drier climate, with four distinct seasons. Summer days can range from 80-100 degrees Fahrenheit, and winters are cold, with excellent snow conditions in the mountains. Three ski areas offer great winter sports opportunities: Anthony Lakes, Spout Springs, and Ferguson Ridge. Try a new activity or polish your skills in downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, or snowmobiling. In the summer go hiking, horseback riding, or even llama-trekking in the Wallowa Mountains, also called the “Alps of Oregon.”
Popular destinations in the area are Eagle Cap Wilderness, Hells Canyon, and Wallowa Lake, to name just a few. There are a wealth of choices for outdoor recreation, and they’re just steps from your door. Bring your practice here, and switch to a less stressful, more rewarding quality of life!