Make Baker County Your Base Camp for Adventure in Eastern Oregon, where the pioneering spirit and the sense of adventure still thrive along the Historic Oregon Trail. Whether you are looking for quiet solitude on mountain hikes or thrill-seeking adventure like riding white water with Hells Canyon Adventures on the Snake River, Skiing at 8,000 feet at Anthony Lakes Ski Area, or taking a Horse drawn Elk Feeding Tour, Baker County’s friendly communities will welcome you. Take time to visit Baker City’s Historic Downtown District with its many registered historic buildings, Crossroads Carnegie Arts Center, terrific restaurants, national award winning brew pub, coffee houses and one of a kind shopping. Ride the Baker City Trolley from your hotel to the Historic District. Tour the Baker Heritage Museum and the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center to get a taste of pioneer life. Breathe in the fresh air while golfing at Quail Ridge Golf Course, fishing, biking or birding or just strolling down the Leo Adler Parkway. Visit Sumpter, the liveliest ghost town in Oregon and ride one of the oldest narrow-gauge railroads in the country, Sumpter Valley Railroad. Tour The Sumpter Valley Dredge before you drive the Elkhorn Scenic Byway. The small town of Haines Oregon gives you the opportunity to view the historic Chandler Homestead in their memorial park. Drive the Hells Canyon National Scenic Byway to the town of Halfway and beyond to where the Snake River enters the southern end of Hells Canyon, the deepest river-carved gorge in North America. Scenic Baker County is a visitor’s dream come true.