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Family Winter Fun in Oregon

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Travelin' Grandma
on the road with Myrna Oakley

    I’m picking up the grandkids and heading to Southern Oregon for some winter fun!  Here’s our itinerary: Diamond Lake Resort, near Crater Lake, for cross-country skiing, innertubing, and, hopefully, a snowmobilePopular with all is the tubing hill with an up-hill tow.1 ride from Diamond Lake to Crater Lake – weather permitting!  We’ll check in with the Diamond Lake Resort Cross Country Ski Center ahead of the trip, and when we arrive too.
    We’re renting one of the cottages at the resort that look out on t
Dog sledding is an adventure the family will never forget. 2he lake and on both Mt. Thielsen and Mt. Bailey; we’ll ask for one of the cabins that has a kitchenette so we can make hot chocolate and popcorn in the evenings, around the cozy fire!
    If the road
is open we’ll drive up to see Crater Lake and Crater Lake Lodge, at the 6,000-ft. elevation level. The lodge closes during the winter but cross country skiers and snowmobilers traverse the area, weather permitting. Also, we’ll drive north on Highway 97 to Chemult to check out the Chemult Sled Dog Races, scheduled for January 15th and 16th of 2011. This free event offers short sprint and long distant sled dog races and also advanced and novice skijoring races.  The dogs will be a big hit with the kids, maybe even the highlight of our trip.

More Information:

Southern Oregon Visitors Assoc.

www.southernoregon.org

Diamond Lake Resort
www.diamondlake.net

Crater Lake National Park
www.nps.gov/crla

Crater Lake Lodge
www.craterlakelodges. com

Chemult

www.chemult.org

Photo Credits: www.nps.gov, www.diamondlake.net, www.chemult.org

– Myrna Oakley is editor of Have Children Will Travel and she authors two travel guides to the northwest, Off the Beaten Path WASHINGTON (7th edition) and Off the Beaten Path OREGON (9th edition). Contact Myrna at www.travelandwords.com

 

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