Imagine a guidebook with 32 maps of walking or running routes in Eugene, Oregon. This Beautiful Alley walk is just a sample of a dream come true for people who love Eugene, and those who are going to love Eugene.
The guidebook "Eugene, Oregon Walks" has 32 maps for walkers or runners, including two bicycle paths and trails. Available at local independent bookstores and shops.
What better excuse to exercise in Roseburg, Oregon! A fabulous walk takes you along the river, through a fascinating historic neighborhood, and around the downtown. On Mondays, stop in the Roseburg Book & Stationery store, en route, to meet the tiny, spry 92-year old woman who has worked in this store for 74 YEARS! She still works at the counter with a big smile.
Enjoy this wonderous walk from "Oregon Townscape Walks', a guidebook of 22 Oregon towns, 7 Amtrak whistle stop walks, 13 bicycle paths. This unique, hand-done book graces a table coffee table as well as takes you to great places. And you will get a little exercise while checking out the neighborhoods.
Available in Roseburg at Waldron's, Roseburg Book & Stationery, While Away Books, Douglas County Museum. In Winston at Sandy's Book Nook.
Why walk the tiny town of Sutherlin, Oregon? To see the the Vick 56 Ford mural and the real pick up, the Blue Bulldog, the No. 100 steam locomotive, the Old West downtown and greet the friendly folks. Ok, and it is a little exercise, too.
This walk is from the guidebook, "Oregon Townscape Walks" with 22 Oregon Towns, 13 bicycle paths, 7 Amtrak whistle stop walks and 14 train depots. This totally hand drawn book by the author takes you fabulous places, as well as looking good on your coffee table.
Available in Sutherlin at the Books Gallery, 220 W. Central Ave.
Here is a unique experience of Portland, Oregon on foot, and a good excuse to exercise. Walk from the Amtrak station, along the Willamette River, past the Mounted Police arena, through the Pearl District to the Pigs on 23rd, and into beautiful neighborhoods.
Walking route from guidebook, "Oregon Townscape Walks" with 22 Oregon towns, 7 Amtrak whistle stop walks, 13 bicycle paths and 14 restored train depots. This artistic book does more than grace your coffee table, it takes you fascinating places for a unique experience.
Here is a good excuse to exercise in Corvallis, Oregon.
This artistic book is more than something to grace your coffee table, it takes you fascinating places.
The guidebook, "Oregon Townscape Walks" is available in Corvallis at the OSU Bookstore, Book Bin, Browser's Bookstore, Five Star Sports, Mission Mill Visitor Center and Robnett's Hardware. Costs only $9.97.
While I have walked across England three separate times (484 miles total), across Spain (550 miles at one blow) and led walking tours in Ireland, France, Italy and Morocco, I love walking in Oregon. In the USA I have given walking tours in New York City, Washington DC and Boston, but I really love walking Oregon towns.
This new and unique guidebook explores 22 towns in Oregon. From the big city of Portland, down I-5 to the small town of Ashland, people can drive or take the Amtrak train and discover charm, history and the personality of Oregon on foot.
"Oregon Townscape Walks" by Tyler Burgess is available in Salem at Tea Party Books, Book Bin, Mission Mill, Gallagher Sports, Willamette University Bookstore. Online at www.walk-with-me.com Cost is only $9.97.