Landmarks Unlimited Oregon Natural Wonders 4" Sticker Hood River
Hood River is perched along the banks of the Columbia River at the foot of the majestic Mount Hood. With year-round activities such as mountain biking, skiing, kayaking, kiteboarding, paddle boarding, hiking, rock climbing, fly fishing and windsurfing, Hood River is known in the Pacific Northwest as a mecca for any outdoor enthusiast. The area is also known for its Fruit Loop, a 35 mile scenic drive dotted with fruit farms, wineries, breweries, alpaca ranches, and much more.
The Oregon Cities and Towns Collection highlights the distinctive architectural traditions and geographic diversity across the state. In the 1840s, the Oregon Trail brought many new American settlers to the Oregon Country leading to the development of cities and towns across the region. The Oregon Territory was created in 1858 and became a state the following year. A majority of Oregon residents live within the Willamette Valley, a lush, fertile area dotted with vineyards, farmland, and the state’s largest cities and towns.
Dimensions: 3.5" width x 4" height
Designed in Portland, OR