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While tradition reigns in the revered vineyards of Willamette Valley, Corvallis itself is a city that’s keen to innovate. Whether it's the ground-breaking research conducted by scientists at Oregon State University, the free bus services that help guests and locals hop around the city with ease, or the unusually high number of patents that the city's population of creative inventors file each year - Corvallis is an undeniably forward thinking place. Things are also decidedly green here, and the city's enthusiastic adoption of renewable energy, and its many miles of cycle paths and tree-filled parks, has helped it to earn recognition as a 'Tree City USA.'

Things to see

A cacophony of aerial honking and hollering signals the arrival of crowds of Canada Geese into William L. Finley National Park. Lie back on the grass to watch as hundreds of the long-necked birds soar above your head, in perfect V formations. Afterwards, hike between the forest's thick stumps and reaching branches – to smell fresh air laced with wildflower pollen - before stopping to pluck sharp berries from thick blackberry bushes. Or, climb to the top of the world at Mary's Peak - in Siuslaw National Forest - where you can see everything from the cones of volcanoes, to the blue haze of the Pacific. Feel the crunch of branches under your feet while hiking up the mountain, or grip your handlebars hard while hurtling along its technical mountain biking trails and descents. Lower your pulse rate afterwards by returning to Corvallis to settle down for a movie in Darkside Cinema's uniquely cozy setting. The intimate theater specializes in quirky indie films, and you'll feel as though you're snuggled up on a friend’s sofa as you sink into your comfy seat and the screen flickers into life.

Hotels in Corvallis

Wide windows beckon the sun's rays into your spacious hotel room, while also offering beautiful views of the spindly vines in the courtyards below. Choose from simple motels, or characterful bed and breakfasts, where you’ll be welcomed in like long lost friends. Hotels in Corvallis can keep you connected and entertained at all times, offering quick WiFi, and flat-screen televisions with cable TV and DVD players attached. Wake to the smell of tasty omelets in the morning, and fill up on cereals and cooked meats during your hotel's breakfast buffet. Be sure to help yourself to plenty of fresh filter coffee - if you need a little morning boost.

Where to stay

Corvallis is a creative place, and you'll stumble across home-grown art hanging everywhere in downtown - from its restaurants to its banks. Bag an original by visiting Central Park during the Corvallis Fall Festival Annual Arts Party – where you can browse the colorful portfolios of local artists, while bobbing your head to the beat of live music. Or, stay in Philomath, where you'll be surrounded by some of the area's best wineries. Sip samples to taste for yourself how Willamette Valley's long growing season, and mild climate, helps its producers nurture the perfect pinot noir grape.

How to get to Corvallis

The Downtown Transit Center is the hub of the city's travel network, and you can hop onto long distance Greyhound busses to Portland and Vancouver from there. Portland International Airport is the nearest major airport to the city – around 1.5 hours away – but the smaller Eurgene Airport is also worth considering. Located 35 miles from the city, it takes flights from San Francisco, Seattle, and Honolulu.