This Easy Wildflower Hike In Oregon Will Transport You Into A Sea Of Color

March has officially arrived and many of us Oregonians are ready for spring. As the seasons change, we can’t help but get excited about warmer weather and the chance to see colorful meadows of blooming wildflowers. Here in Oregon, the season for wildflowers can be gloriously long. Flowers typically start blooming in March and are here until late July and early August, though higher altitude regions may have to wait a few weeks longer as the last of the snow melts away. There are plenty of great hikes in the Beaver State that offer prime wildflower viewing. One of the most enchanting is Rowena Plateau Hike in the Columbia River Gorge. Check it out:

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Have you embarked on this beautiful trail before? What is your favorite spring hike in Oregon? Share your thoughts and photos you snapped along the way in the comments below!

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For more spring color, check out our previous article: This Mountaintop Meadow In Oregon Is A True Hidden Gem.