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  • Jake Woodhead

    The Oregon Coast at sunset seen from the St. Perpetua trail. The Coast Highway (U.S. 101) is below. From up here you can really see the old lava flows which formed the coast... Its a beautiful place. Nothing like it in the world

  • Oregon Beach Vacations

    Check out this nice image of the #OregonCoast!

  • Marjan May

    Coast Highway, Oregon. Oregon Coast is my favorite place in the whole world.

  • Jamie Arnette

    Big Sur, Pacific Coast Highway

  • whitney goller

    A destination for my upcoming road trip: Oregon Coast Highway

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    I love living in Oregon!

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  • Cassandra M.

    I have passed by this so many times along the coast, but have not a clue how to actually reach that rock (and will not chance it by taking a dive in, either)! Absolutely breathtaking view ... one that reminds me of why I live in Oregon!

Oregon Coast. I love it. Been up & down quit a few times, it's always stunning, the Seafood in the little out of the way places is to die for...

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Oregon Coast Map, It's my dream to travel the Oregon coast!! Or even all of Oregon, some day. . .some day. . .

  • gaby

    I did several years ago it was wonderful..dont wait. .do it

Oregon coast...where it all suddenly made sense., 2006 -- the most beautiful drive in the USA!! Highly recommend. We drove it from Oregon to northern California, back to Washington State. Never get tired of the scenery. The redwoods of California were amazing too!

Oregon Coast. This must have been a pleasant day because usually it's windy, rainy and cloudy.

Haystack Rock, Oregon Coast. Composed of basalt, Haystack Rock was formed by lava flows emanating from the Grand Ronde Mountains 10 to 17 million years ago. The Haystack Rock tide pools are home to many intertidal animals, including starfish, sea anemone, crabs, chitons, limpets, and sea slugs. The rock is also a nesting site for many sea birds, including terns and puffins.