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Fields of fresh cut hay on Highway 203 outside of La Grande
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Fragrant fields of mints flavor the air outside of Union
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Historic Hotel Union dates to 1921 and offers comfy room and excellent buffalo burgers for dinner.
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Highway 203 leading up to Catherine Creek Pass
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Completing the 900-foot climb up Salt Creek Summit outside of Baker City
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Vintage mural in downtown Union
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Shadows are often you only company on the climb up Highway 203
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Inside the Pondosa Store, where Bob and Jean Bennet welcome travelers into their home—which doubles as a convenience store
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Oregon Scenic Bikeway signs dot nearly the entire route. Maps and turn-by-turn directions are also available online at rideoregon.com/grandetour
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Highway 203 near Salt Creek Summit
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Sunset at Salt Creek Summit
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Pocahontas Road, outskirts of Baker City
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Straightway on Anthony Lakes Highway
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Climbing Highway 237 outside of North Powder
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This vintage Texaco Station in La Grande might wish you needed to stop for gas on a cycle-powered Eastern Oregon adventure
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The reward for completing the 134-mile route? A dip in the 86-degree natural mineral waters at the Cove Warm Spring Pool
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