Hillside Bed and Breakfast

Address: 53875 Hwy 86, Halfway, Oregon, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 53875 Hwy 86, Halfway, is near National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
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Travel Blogs from Halfway

Arrived Baker City - "Free" hotel - whee!

A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Oct 07, 2015

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... I was not really sure I knew where the car's limits were.

I stopped only for gas and took no photos.

But I am in a 3 star Best Western hotel, with it's own restaurant and it's own bar - which is quite beyond my nominal "$100 Can / night" rule, but I was able to do it because I redeemed a free night (from booking all those other nights online) and so get all this luxury for a ...

Reverse Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by lingchick on Aug 06, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

A lot of driving today, about 8 hours, but we've crossed 2 states and one time zone and are now in central Idaho. We had an informative stop at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Baker City Oregon where we learned about the pioneers who packed up their wagons and came out West lured by the offer of free land. We then all realized we're doing a reverse, modern-day Oregon Trail of our own except our "wagon" is way more comfortable! We're camping for the night ...

Base camp Baker

A travel blog entry by kelly.hall on Jun 28, 2015

3 photos

Met up with mom, dad and Johnsons here in Baker, Oregon. Hard to say goodbye to the Jims :( Settled in with all my gear and preparing to head out tomorrow for Spokane, the first leg of many legs to Alaska. Super warm here in Baker, hopefully it will cool off a bit as we head north. Lots of nice bikes in town for Baker Bike ...

My Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... oxen or horses. The wagon cargo was mostly food, it took 1,000 pounds of food to feed a family of four on the trip. Overpackers were forced to throw out extra gear to lighten the load. The Trail was littered with books, heavy trunks, clothes and anything deemed unessential. I can envision Maura and I pulling the CRV to the side of the road on our Bike Trip and chucking out ...

Out of the Sage, into the Tamarack

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 25, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... Colors. The 2 colors refer to the spruce and pine, but this time of year you get a free bonus color, again at no charge, because the Tamarack have turned a brilliant gold. If you have never seen a golden Tamarack, you need to add this to your bucket list, absolutely spectacular. The price of admission to Two Colors turns out to be the long and winding road (cue song) of 41 miles leading into the camp. Gravel no less. A price we are willing ...